It Begins: Snohomish County Sheriff in Washington State Will Not Enforce Governor’s Unconstitutional Lockdown

From Channel KHQ 

The sheriff of Washington state’s third largest county says he won’t enforce Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, saying it violates people’s constitutional rights, and House Republican Leader J.T. Wilcox warned public patience is hitting a tipping point if some changes aren’t made soon.

Snohomish County Sheriff Adam Fortney announced his position on Facebook Tuesday night, following a statewide address by Inslee in which the governor said the state will not be able to lift many of the stay-at-home restrictions implemented to fight the coronavirus by May 4. That’s the date through which the current directive is currently in place — but Inslee hopes health modeling in the coming days will allow resumption of some activities.

Also Wednesday, Republican gubernatorial candidate Joshua Freed sued Inslee in federal court, challenging the current prohibition on religious gatherings under the stay-at-home order. The complaint contends the prohibition is a violation of First Amendment rights pertaining to religious freedom, free speech and assembly.


Some law enforcement departments have shown guts and refuse to enforce the Big Brother shit.

An Illinois police chief said this:


Americans are fed up. Enough.  Reopen the country and get back to work.


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