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A Washington State Sheriff held a pep rally on Tuesday urging residents to not be sheep and to defy Governor Inslee’s unconstitutional face mask order.
Just hours after Governor Inslee issued a mandatory face mask order for all residents of Washington State, Lewis County Sheriff Rob Snaza held a pep rally urging residents to defy the order.
“In case you guys didn’t hear, Gov. Inslee in his infinite wisdom has decided after over a hundred and some odd days that we should all wear face masks — inside and out. Here’s what I say: Don’t be a sheep.”
– Sheriff Rob Snaza
Dozens of people gathered at the pep rally, clapping and cheering.
Prior to the pep rally, residents had gathered by a billboard on Interstate 5 that reads, “Oh no, a virus! Quick, Burn the Bill of Rights.” Residents were showing their support to keep the billboard up despite a petition that people have signed to have it taken down.
Governor Inslee has mandated anyone over the age of 5 must wear a face masks both indoors and outdoors. Anyone who violates the order could be fined up to $1,000 and face up to 90 days in jail.
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