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Mike Pence was in California on Thursday – and took some time out to eat.

The former vice president did just that to select the In-N-Out Burger location — just days after the chain announced on Twitter that it was opposed to San Francisco’s mandate, which required that it ask its customers Ask about their vaccination status.


In-N-Out Burger said its restaurants in the city were temporarily closed because the company did not want to comply.

“We refuse to be the vaccination police for any government,” In-N-Out wrote in a statement.

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attract company Support stream on social media this week — including a post of support from Pence, who retweeted a news story about the series’ controversy in San Francisco. Several posts included the hashtag #DoNotComply.

Hours later, Pence posted another show of support for In-N-Out, stopping by for a meal.

“Had to stop in California and at In-N-Out Burger!” Pence wrote on Twitter. The post included three photos: one showed Pence outside the restaurant with an order for burgers, fries and a drink, one showed him receiving his order from an In-N-Out employee inside the restaurant, And the third picture showed Pence with one. group of young adults.

This wasn’t the first time Pence took a stand in support of the country’s restaurants, which have been badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic over the past two years.

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In May 2020, Pence and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited Beth’s Burger Bar in Orlando, Florida, to help that state restaurant reopen to limited personal service at the time, Orlando Weekly reported.

Granthshala News’ Andrew Mark Miller contributed to this story.