San Francisco Rampant With Crime, But Closes 2nd In-N-Out Over Vaccine Mandates

San Francisco Rampant With Crime, But Closes 2nd In-N-Out Over Vaccine Mandates


San Francisco, the city rampant with drugs and crimes is focusing its efforts on shutting down popular burger joints. On Tuesday, Contra Costa County health officials shut down a second In-N-Out Burger restaurant for violating the local vaccine mandate on indoor dining. Located in Pleasant Hill, the county’s Environmental Health suspended the restaurant’s commercial food permit.

In a statement released by the County health officials, the shutdown was imposed on In-N-Out “for creating a public health hazard by repeatedly violating a county health order intended to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.”

Reportedly the restaurant continued to serve diners indoors without verifying the customers’ vaccination status or a negative test result; even after the restaurant received repeated notices of violation and had been fined.

Another incident on Tuesday in the Bay area goes to show how serving burgers to hungry consumers may not exactly be what officials should determine as a “hazard.” A man was arrested for stabbing a woman in plain daylight just after 12pm; she was rushed to the hospital and is reportedly in stable condition. The stabbing may be connected to the nearby robbery of an older Asian woman.

The city’s District Attorney Chesa Boudin, whose parents are known domestic terrorists, is facing recall efforts by dozens of attorneys. Boudin is a radical leftist who is being accused of “making San Francisco more dangerous by regularly handing down lenient sentences, releasing criminals early, and, in some cases, not filing charges at all, despite sufficient evidence proving those individuals committed violent crimes.”

Nonetheless, the county is furious that “even after the restaurant received repeated notices of violation and had been fined, it continued to serve diners indoors without verifying their vaccination status or a negative test result.”

The City of San Francisco has been combative with the restaurant chain. On October 14 the San Francisco Department of Public Health shut down the Fisherman’s Wharf location “because In-N-Out Burger Associates (employees) were not preventing the entry of customers who were not carrying vaccination documentation.”

The restaurant’s Chief Legal and Business Officer Arnie Wensinger stated the popular burger chain refuses to act as “vaccination police” in a statement:

“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. We fiercely disagree with any government dictate that forces a private company to discriminate against customers who choose to patronize their business. This is clear governmental overreach and is intrusive, improper, and offensive.”


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