FAST FIVE: San Francisco Shuts Down In-N-Out Burger For Refusing To Be "Vaccination Police For Government"

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San Francisco Shuts Down In-N-Out Burger For Refusing To Be “Vaccination Police For Government” Authored by Jefferey Jaxen and Patrick Layton via TheHighwire,com, In-N-Out Burger's Chief Legal and Business Officer, Arnie Wensinger, is set to release a statement after the San Francisco Department of Health closed one of the Top California Burger Restaurant's locations.  “Today, the San Francisco Department of Health closed our restaurant-” he wrote.

Inspectors for New York City have reportedly given numerous violations of $1,000 for failing to check vaccination cards.

Federal and State Vaccine Mandates have fueled a great divide in the US, pitting businesses, unions, legislators, and neighbors against one another based on their firmly held beliefs on the issue.

In addition to that, CA Assemblyman Kevin Kiley tweeted that the embattled Governor is fighting to remove the vaccine mandate for a union that reportedly gave over $1 million to his campaign.

For In-n-Out Burger, they are not alone as employees, employers, unions, public employees, and even Governors across the nation are signaling their distaste for a mandate Arnie Wensinger describes as a “government dictate that forces a private company to discriminate against customers who choose to patronize their business.” The statement concludes with a declaration that leaves no doubt about where the famous Burger Institution stands.

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