You know growing up in a dysfunctional southern California home in the ’60s and ’70s, I didn’t enjoy much stability, but there was something I could always count on: an In-N-Out Burger right there in West Covina, home of the chain’s original hamburger University. Support for this iconic burger chain is legendary, with some even calling it cultish.
But California Democrat Eric Bauman called for a boycott of the popular restaurant because the chain had reportedly donated to Republicans. Oh, guess what! They also donated to Democrats, but that didn’t matter.
Why do people who support anti-bullying spend a lot of their time bullying us? I don’t know, but Bauman has now claimed the boycott is off—but that’s only because fans at In-N-Out Burger have teed off on him.
Hey, let’s do it this way: Let’s stop bullying each other.