A legendary Christian food chain faced off with the health stazi and what happened when they did will shock you

Many people are well aware of Chick-fil-A’s Christian roots and that things changed a bit after the company’s founder passed away.

But another legendary fast food chain is still unapologetically standing up for its faith.

Now this Christian food chain just faced off with the health stazi and what happened when they did will shock you.

The Left goes animal trying to get everyone to comply with their every demand.

Christian-owned businesses are some of their biggest targets – particularly ones that print Bible verses on their packaging like California-based cultural icon In-N-Out Burger.

Vaccine mandates are sweeping into effect across the country and In-N-Out took a stand when the mandate went into effect in San Francisco.

In-N-Out would rather shut down rather than give in to government demands.

While a local government agency is making wisecracks about the situation, the company remains 100% unapologetic.

And it looks like this is only the beginning of a nationwide battle for freedom-minded customers and business owners.

San Francisco’s Department of Public Health shut down the city’s only In-N-Out location (in Fisherman’s Warf) for failing to ask customers for their vaccination cards before allowing them to enter the restaurant.

The company boldly admitted to violating the city’s unreasonable regulations.

“We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government,” Arnie Wensinger, the company’s chief legal and business officer, said in a statement. “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.”

Another California location was recently fined by Contra Costa County for not checking customer’s vaccination cards. But a neighboring county supervisor is cheering the restaurant’s move.

San Joaquin County supervisor Tom Patti tweeted a video of himself leaving an In-N-Out saying, “We stand with In-N-Out Burger. We are proud of you for standing up and fighting against bullies and we respect a person’s choice of what they want and what they do not want in their bodies.”

Meanwhile, back in San Francisco, the public health department was cracking a joke on Twitter about In-N-Out(side).

The Fisherman’s Warf location was able to reopen for takeout orders only, and, as one of the region’s most beloved burger joints, will be sure to continue to sell plenty of burgers.

That said, In-N-Out is doing a great job of using their position in the marketplace to kick up some dust around this issue.

However, this is a serious situation with restaurants of all sizes and types being forced to choose between implementing invasive health screenings on their customers (like nothing ever seen before in a free country) or losing everything.

Similar vaccination card requirements for restaurants are being implemented in cities across the United States.

In New York City a group of restaurant owners is suing the city and mayor saying the rule, “prevents people who choose not to be vaccinated from doing their jobs, and that it infringes on their religious freedom,” according to a CNN article.

In the meantime, thousands of people in a low-margin industry are left to do the government’s dirty work as they turn freedom-loving Americans away at the front door or face losing their livelihoods.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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