Leftists Announce Boycott Against 'In-N-Out Burger' For Donating To GOP

"No more for me"

In-N-Out Burger signage stands outside a restaurant in Costa Mesa, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013. In-N-Out, with almost 280 units in five states, is valued at about $1.1 billion based on the average price-to-earnings
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In-N-Out, the famous California burger chain that out-of-towners frequent when visiting the Golden State, is about to get the Chick-fil-A treatment.

According to LAMag, the burger chain known for printing John 3:16 on their cups "gave $25,000 to the California Republican Party this week." The donation was confirmed by a public filing on the Secretary of State’s website, initially spotted by Washington, D.C.-based journalist Gabe Schneider:

The donation matches a pattern of political contributions made by the fast-food chain. The company donated $30,000 per year to the GOP in 2016 and 2017.

With that revelation, leftists have said they will boycott.

"No more for me," one user tweeted. "I refuse to spend money at any firm (when I have choices) that donates money to the Republican party or any Republican candidate."

"So @innoutburger just gave $25,000 to the CA Republican Party," tweeted another. "I've successfully boycotted fast food chains before, and I intend to do it again. #boycottinnoutburger."

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