I don't eat there, myself; not since learning my money would be going to some causes I find objectionable. It usually does an OK business around here.
Yesterday, it was crowded. Cuh-rowded.
I learn this not because I went by. If I had gone by, it would have been to sit silently in the drive-thru lane until it became uncomfortable to continue to do so, that is, until someone approached me. I figured this may be three minutes.
Is this in any wise illegal? It would be slowing down their business, business which they apparently were going to get at any point regardless because a national media figure urged them to go on that day, so it wouldn't be taking away their business.
What if a number of people did the same thing at 10-minute intervals?
I muse over these things because there seemed to be a large amount of money flooding toward this business whose views and supported causes I find objectionable. There seems to be little way to counteract that large economic influence.