History will not be kind to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.
The left-wing politician chose to be tone-deaf, and levy Biden’s unconstitutional mandate on public workers, but now he will face the consequences of his actions.
According to the latest reports, 127 Washington State Patrol employees have been fired for non-compliance with Biden’s mandate.
The hugely unpopular move is already seeing scores of firefighters, police, and administrative employees leave because they are choosing not to take an experimental vaccine.
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Sources also claim that roughly 7% of the force remains unvaccinated, although these can either be propaganda numbers, or misleading due to what appears to be an exodus from these agencies.
The most heartbreaking development of this entire story is that following their termination, for failure to comply with communists and tyrants, the fired patrol officers went and fed the homeless….
Like I said, history will not look to kindly upon Inslee:
“This is the last time you’ll hear me in a patrol car and Jay Inslee can kiss my ass.”
— Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) October 17, 2021
The Epoch Times had more details:
The number of exceptions granted was not disclosed and the patrol did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The Washington State Patrol Troopers Association, a union that represents troopers, declined to comment.
The patrol indicated there may be a short-term impact from the losses but said it would look to shift resources where necessary to address that. It also plans on vigorously recruiting to fill three new academy classes while looking to fill vacancies on the civilian side as soon as possible.
As they stand to be fired on Monday, thanks to Governor @GovInslee's vaccine mandate, one Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crew left some parting words.
11% of state workers are unvaccinated. Services have already suffered, though Inslee says otherwise. pic.twitter.com/wqsmS5QxMI
— Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) October 14, 2021
Gov. Inslee Press Conference https://t.co/mI7WnANaKX
— Governor Jay Inslee (@GovInslee) October 14, 2021
The Seattle Times shared this:
Among them are 53 civil servants and 74 commissioned officers: 67 troopers, 6 sergeants, and 1 captain, according to the statement.
“We will miss every one of them,” said Chief John R. Batiste in the statement. “I truly wish that you were staying with us. You have my utmost appreciation for the hard and successful work that you have provided during your valued WSP careers. You will forever have our respect for your courage and your commitment in all you have done on behalf of the agency.”