In-N-Out Burger has biblical passages printed on the bottoms of their cups (as I remember). That the company, that Californians all seem to love, might not be hip to the radical stuff coming out of the California Democratic Party should be no surprise.
It should be noted that In-N-Out was the only fast food joint endorsed by the late Anthony Bourdain.
If anything In-N- Out might see the Chick-fil-a effect. That is, people going out of their way to do business with the company. In fact, according to the attached article that already seems to be the case.
This is yet another reason why business and government should be as separate as possible. Political cronies targeting burger joints is not the way things are supposed to go down in this country.
(From The LA Times)
By Thursday morning, his tweet had morphed into a national political story, and the state party was clarifying Bauman’s remarks. Bauman on Thursday referred calls to the party’s communications director, John Vigna, who said the chair’s tweet was “just his personal view” and the boycott isn’t being considered as an official California Democratic Party policy.