Democrats boycott In-N-Out Burger after $25,000 donation to Republican Party

Democrats boycott In-N-Out Burger after $25,000 donation to Republican Party

Democrats boycott In-N-Out Burger after $25,000 donation to Republican Party

And In-N-Out donates to both sides of the aisle: According to the magazine, the chain has given tens of thousands of dollars to "Californians for Jobs and a Strong Economy", a political action committee that aims to elect moderate Democrats.

Eric Bauman, the chairman of the California Democratic Party, took to social media Wednesday night to call for a boycott in response, writing, "Et tu In-N-Out?"

In-N-Out fans supporting livable wages may want to stick with the burger chain despite its perceived politics.

Huckabee said In-N-Out, which is based in Los Angeles County, is a "wonderful company" and that the $25,000 is a "very small amount" in the scheme of things.

In-N-Out donated $25,000 to the California GOP on August 27, according to a public filing. Or is all fair in love and food?

In-N-Out Burger, America's favorite burger chain, is finding itself under scrutiny over a $25,000 contribution to the California Republican Party.

In-N-Out released a statement saying the company contributes to both Democratic and Republican Political Action Committees, as well as organizations that prevent child abuse, human trafficking, and substance addiction. "It's time to #BoycottInNOut - let Trump and his cronies support these creeps. perhaps animal style!"

Some people got right on board with Bauman's call for an In-N-Out boycott. The company donated $30,000 to the party for general expenses in 2016 and 2017, LA Mag reported.

'This information will be painful to many of you, and you may act on it, or not, as your conscience demands, ' one user wrote.

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