In the fight against government overreach, and unlawful vaccine mandates, who would have thought that a couple of fast food icons would be leading the push back?
In San Francisco, California based In N Out burger took a stand by refusing to serve as the local 'vaccine mandate police' in one of their local restaurants.
And now across the U.S., Chick-fil-A locations are putting up signs letting it be known that they will not discriminate against the unvaccinated.
"It's wonderful to see folks like those at Chick-fil-A, and In N Out burger standing up for liberties" said attorney Jared Woodfill, who has been on the front lines himself fighting for the fired Methodist Hospital employees, who lost their jobs for refusing to take the vaccine.
"There's a whole lot of folks who share those same values, but they're afraid to take that first step" Woodfill told KTRH, "So when big corporations and companies like Chick-fil-A and In N Out burger take that first step, a whole lot of others who have the exact same beliefs stand with them, so that's what you're going to see."
Woodfill says hopefully you will see it inspire others, adding "I would encourage folks to go to Chick-fil-A, go to In N Out Burger, support them because they're supporting you! They're standing for liberty, they're standing for freedom, and they're standing against oppressive mandates that we're seeing all across this country."