State Sen. Phil Williams to California’s In-N-Out: ‘C’mon to Alabama!’

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In-N-Out Burger, a quintessential west coast fast-food chain that’s practically synonymous with California dining, has found itself under scrutiny over a $25,000 contribution to the California Republican Party.

Despite the fact that In-N-Out donates to both Republicans and Democrats, Eric Bauman, Chair of the California Democratic Party, called for the boycott of the beloved burger joint last week.

“Et tu In-N-Out? Tens of thousands of dollars donated to the California Republican Party… it’s time to – let Trump and his cronies support these creeps… perhaps animal style!,” Bauman tweeted.

Which got one Alabama State Senator to thinking maybe he ought to invite the Christian-based chain — the company prints Bible verses on the bottoms of its packaging — to relocate their headquarters in more GOP-friendly state.

Rainbow City-Republican, State Sen. Phil Williams tweeted an invitation to In-N-Out to move to Alabama on Thursday night.

“Hey #InNOutBurger c’mon to Alabama! We love burgers, and we love #Republicans! #alpoliticshttps://t.co/DAruwg2uCh,” Williams tweeted.

It remains unclear whether or not In-N-Out would consider leaving California. The company has been headquartered there, in Irvine, Calif since 1948. Currently, it doesn’t have a location farther east than Dallas.

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