“Gov. Jay Inslee can kiss my ass” said in the last message of an officer who was fired due to vaccinations
The video of a Washington State police trooper last communicating with friends and colleagues across the agency's dispatch system went viral. The man thanked everyone for the years of service and ended with a message for Gov. Jay Inslee.
"This is the last time you'll hear me in a state patrol car," Robert LaMay said. "And Jay Inslee can kiss my ass."
The bottom line is that the executive order signed by the governor would fire all employees if they refuse vaccinations and their argument is not convincing enough.
LaMay spent over 20 years in the service but was forced into retirement solely due to refusal to be vaccinated.
The no-alternative vaccination order was issued in August and the deadline was October 18.
"These workers live in every community in our state, working together and with the public every day to deliver services," Inslee said in the announcement. "We have a duty to protect them from the virus, they have the right to be protected, and the communities they serve and live in deserve protection as well."
According to information from various sources, the total number of unvaccinated police officers reaches 5-6 percent.
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