Look What Happens in Texas After Whataburger Doesn’t Support Gun Law

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We’re all used to the left’s boycotts of anything and everything that doesn’t support their very specific liberal agenda. Think Chik-fil-a, the state of Indiana, all things Trump — the list goes on and on. This organized and widespread bullying is a central component of liberal strategy. Sadly, more often than not, it works.

We don’t hear as much about conservative boycotts of business. Perhaps that’s because conservatives act as individuals — quietly supporting those businesses they choose and refusing to patronize others, based on their own criteria — and trusting in the free market to take care of the rest.

That’s why what’s happening in Texas, following Whataburger’s announcement that they will not support the state’s new open carry law, is kinda interesting.

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Via Twitchy:

Texas-based hamburger chain Whataburger is not going to comply with Texas’ open carry law.

haters gonna hate

Yep, and also: Customers. Gonna. Go. Elsewhere. 

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Anyone else see the irony of California-based In-N-Out Burger allowing open carry, while Texas-based Whataburger does not?

True to conservative — and Texan — style, there are no so-called leaders waving their arms and rushing to podiums rallying the sheep to boycott. Rather, individuals are making their own stand with their feet, and in some cases, fingers.

They say turnabout is fair play — though, to be fair, liberals tend to think it’s only as “fair” when they’re inflicting their version of fairness onto others. Knowing the liberal modus operandi of tearing down anything that doesn’t fit their narrative, coupled with the current hysteria sweeping the country over certain topics, I’m sure they’ll find a way to frame this boycott as racist.

[NOTE: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]
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