A Senator from Alabama has invited the California In-N-Out hamburger chain to his state after some Californian Democrats demanded a boycott of the chain for donations to the state's GOP.
State Sen. Phil Williams, a Republican from Rainbow City, Alabama, tweeted his invitation Thursday night.
"Hey #InNOutBurger come to Alabama! We love Burgers, and we love #Republicans! #Alpolitics," Williams tweeted.
According to reports, In-N-Out donated $ 25,000 to the Republican Party in California earlier this week, and the revelation has led many to identify as Democrats – or simply not Republicans – to demand a boycott of the chain ,
Thousands of dollars have been donated to the California Republican Party … it's time #BoycottInNOut – let Trump and his cronies support these sneakers … maybe animal-style! Eric Bauman, chairman of the California Democratic Party, tweeted on Thursday.
This is not the first time In-N-Out has donated to the GOP, and in 2016 and 2017, the company donated $ 30,000 to the Republican Party for General Issues, reports Los Angeles Magazine.
But the fast food restaurant also has thousands of dollars to support the Democratic PAC "Californians for Jobs and a Strong Economy," a pro-business group of Democrat David Townsend Created in 2009.
Founded in 1948 in Baldwin Park, California, In-N-Out is headquartered in Irvine, Calif. It operates restaurants in six states: California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Texas Utah.
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