Democrat calls for boycott of company for donating to GOP

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They’re coming for you next: The chairman of the California Democrat Party yesterday called for boycott of the fast food company In-N-Out Burgers because had donated money to the Republican Party.

His exact words, posted on the cesspool that is Twitter:

Tens of thousands of dollars donated to the California Republican Party… it’s time to #BoycottInNOut – let Trump and his cronies support these creeps… perhaps animal style!

In other words, anyone who is a Republican or expresses any support to that party is now unacceptable to this California Democrat, and should be hounded out of society.

Soon after he posted this tweet a local spokesman for the California Democratic Party issued a weak backtrack, indicating that the tweet was only their chairman’s personal opinion, though they understand his perspective entirely.

Remember, this is really only the start. They’re coming for you next.



  • Beausabre

    It’s 33 miles to the nearest franchise but I’m going. With a LARGE order. A VERY LARGE order….

    I encourage everyone reading this to do the same and E-mail their corporate HQ to let them know and why (besides the supposedly great grub)

    Let’s go national with a Counter-Boycott !

  • pzatchok

    The sad thing is I read the the company also donated even more money to the democrats.

  • hondo

    They dream of the day when business licenses, certifications etc. are dependent on political party affiliations.

  • Edward

    Well, I’m hungry, so I am heading for my nearest In-N-Out restaurant.

  • Col Beausabre

    pzatchok –
    The sad thing is I read the the company also donated even more money to the democrats.

    1. The important thing here isn’t that they gave to one party or the other or how much. It’s the Left’s attempt to stifle their ability to donate to whom they please by shaming them and affecting their bottom line. Their position is that if you don’t donate to them you are “evil” and must be punished. (As one of my bosses in civilian life put it, “We just want our fair share of the market – all of it”)

    2. Maybe this will teach the company executives a lesson

    3. Wouldn’t it be great if the company shows an INCREASE in sales ?!

  • “They’re coming for you next.”

    Bring it.

  • Dick Eagleson

    This will have no actual business consequences for In-N-Out except perhaps to improve it. Lefties aren’t famous as big consumers of fast food.

    Col. B. has the right idea, a “buy-cott.” This happened spontaneously the last time the Left tried to bully a fast food company for politically incorrect donations. That time it was Chick-fil-A. Their sales immediately rose and – based on the fact that their drive-thrus are always crowded, even here in lefty L.A. – it seems the boost to business has lasted.

    I expect the same may happen at In-N-Out Burger. It’ll be hard to tell though. The In-N-Out drive-thrus were already the busiest in the CA fast food market.

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