San Francisco: In-N-Out Burger Rises Up Against Hoax Regime, Refuses to Enforce Vax Pass

“I have a dream… that a man will not be judged by the status of his vax… but by the juiciness of his paddies!” -Martin Burger King

So, just in case you haven’t been following – the vaccine passport system is being implemented in America, piecemeal, exactly as I said would happen.

Several cities effectively have a full vax pass system already. Because they are doing it in the most ridiculously gay and faggotized cities, no one is pushing back against it.

No one but one man: the guy who owns In-N-Out Burger.


A burger place in San Francisco has divided the nation as it defended its decision not to check diners’ vaccination status despite having to temporarily close its doors. The restaurant blasted the mandate as “clear overreach.”

The only In-N-Out burger restaurant in San Francisco has made national headlines, fueling an ongoing debate over vaccine passports, after it refused to enforce the city’s strict vaccine mandate.

The location was temporarily shut down on October 14, after it repeatedly ran afoul of the order, according to the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Inspectors said they alerted the burger joint’s representatives of the need to check customers’ vaccination status “multiple times,” but to no avail.

After finding the establishment in non-compliance with the order during a raid on September 24, the officials returned on October 6 only to discover that the defiant restaurant was “still in violation of the health order,” the department said, as cited by a local CBS News affiliate.

Under the mandate, in effect since August, restaurants, gyms, bars, concert halls and several other indoor businesses must post signs reminding customers of the need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to be granted entry. The affected companies are expected to verify the guests’ vaccination status themselves.

In-N-Out claimed that while it complied with part of the order that required indoor businesses to relay local vaccination rules through appropriate “signage,” the restaurant insisted it would not “segregate customers into those who may be served and those why may not, whether based on the documentation they carry, or any other reason.”

Nice one.

You all know I keep a pretty strict diet.

But I also have cheat days, and given that I’m an American, there is only one thing I want on cheat days: burgers.

I legitimately believe that In-N-Out is better than Five Guys or whichever other upper-class chain. I’m not just saying that because I agree with their radical QAnon politics.

This is the real shit, bro.

The faggots are screaming about In-N-Out refusing to force people to be vaccinated before they can buy food.

But you have to think: all the vegan restaurants in San Fran Anus are no doubt enforcing this vax bullshit.

So this might not be so much pro-vax as it is anti-burger, huh?


Look at this tweet:

What even… I can’t even.