Governor Jay Inslee, Lt. Governor Denny Heck, and Attorney General Bob Ferguson Served
Speaker of the House Laurie Jinkins, Senator Patty Murray and Senator Maria Cantwell Continue to Refuse Service. Washington State Citizens Question If Their Affidavits Matter. Will There Be Accountability for Injuries Caused By Covid-19 Mandates?
By: Washington Tea Room
The Washington State Tea Room had set up an appointment with Governor Jay Inslee's office for service. When the Process Servers arrived the Washington State Patrol was present to greet them and helped with delivery of the boxes of affidavits to the Governors office. Lt. Governor Denny Hecks office and Attorney General Bob Fergusons office also accepted service the same day.
The office for Speaker of the House, Laurie Jinkins, continues to refuse service while making statements that Speaker Jinkins is only concerned with the constituents within her district.
The assistant at Governor Inslee's office apologized for how the first attempt at serving transpired and was shocked that the Speaker of the House's assistant was refusing service as that "is their job". She was also shocked and dismayed that the Speaker is only concerned with the people in her district and not of the entirety of Washington State.
Senator Patty Murray's office continues to not respond to phone calls or emails while Senator Maria Cantwell's office in the Seattle Federal Building says the documents can be dropped off but the documents will not be signed for and legal service can not be accepted.
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Page Updated Last on: Mar 28, 2022