In-N-Out Shut Down

PUBLISHED: 1:30 PM 20 Oct 2021
UPDATED: 5:02 PM 20 Oct 2021

Restaurant Chain Closed For ‘Refusing’ To Be San Francisco Vaccine Police

Basically, they shut the place down because it refused to check vaccination status.

Comply or close. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

In San Francisco, they can’t do their own policing, so are demanding the businesses do it for them (you know, fake virtue signaling about getting a deadly vaccine). In-n-Out burger chain refused to be the vaccine police, so the city has closed them down.

Conservative Treehouse explained:

The City of San Francisco and Mayor London Breed announced a vaccination mandate in August for any business offering indoor dining.  According to the order, all businesses are required to ask for proof of vaccination from customers.  San Francisco was the second city in the country, behind New York, in making such a regional mandate.

The owners and operators of In-N-Out burger, refused to be vaccination police and discriminate against their customers.  The City of San Francisco shut them down.  The restaurant still offers outside seating and take out, but they will not participate in vaccine checkpoints.

CALIFORNIA – “In an email to Eater SF the San Francisco Department of Public Health says it’s been trying to get In-N-Out to adhere to the city’s vaccination order for weeks. The city’s Joint Information Center Outreach Team first visited the restaurant on September 24 after receiving a complaint to the 311 non-emergency service line.

Inspectors from the Environmental Health division who followed up on October 6, found the restaurant was still in violation of the health order and issued a Notice to Comply. The department finally issued a Notice of Closure on October 14, at which point the restaurant was “instructed to cease all operations on site immediately because of the threat it poses to public health,” according to the Department of Public Health. The owner of the property, Anchorage Holdings LP, which is based in Addison, Texas, was also issued a Notice of Violation.

The company says it has “properly and clearly posted signage to communicate local vaccination requirements.” But In-N-Out also admits employees were not checking customers’ vaccinations cards and IDs, nor were they preventing customers who are not able to prove they’ve been vaccinated from entering the restaurant, which the health department told the company that staff must do.

“As a Company, In-N-Out Burger strongly believes in the highest form of customer service and to us that means serving all Customers who visit us and making all Customers feel welcome,” the statement continues. “We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government. It is unreasonable, invasive, and unsafe to force our restaurant Associates to segregate Customers into those who may be served and those who may not, whether based on the documentation they carry, or any other reason.” (read more)