A career cop who was forced to resign for refusing to go along with vaccine mandates warned Wednesday that ‘a sleeping giant’ has been awoken.
Washington State trooper Robert LaMay, who infamously signed off after 22 years in the job by telling Democrat Governor Jay Inslee to “kiss my ass”, told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that he has been overwhelmed by the support he has received.
“I’ve had contacts from Great Britain. I guess I’m in a Russian paper. I mean, it’s insane. It’s going across the state and across the world,” LaMay said, adding “It’s been unlimited talk shows. I’ve been on talk shows pretty much solid since two o’clock yesterday. And I could do a ton more if I had the time of day, it’s just a mess.”
The veteran officer urged that the Biden vaccine mandates for all government workers is “a control thing,” explaining “we tried religious exemptions, we tried everything legally we could possibly do. They even fired our senior chaplain. His only job is to pray and help people and they fired him. So it’s not just a me thing. It’s not just a chaplaincy, it is a ‘we’ thing.”
“What about all the homeless people they’ve allowed on the roadways to walk around and just do crazy things in violence? I don’t see them wearing masks or getting vaccinated. It’s ridiculous,” LaMay further urged.