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Washington State House of Representatives Speaker
Laurie Jinkins, served with 5,000 lawful affidavits at public meeting
By: WA State Tea Room
Tony Ivey (Laurie Jinkins' assistant), refused to speak with Brianna Mattes (Founder of the WA State Tea Room) after their final conversation which culminated in Mr. Ivey stating that Speaker Jinkins was not concerned with hearing from the people of Washington State, but only those in her district; the 27th Legislative District. Despite her being the Speaker.
On April 29th, 2022 the WA State Tea Room was contacted by constituents of the 27th Legislative District and informed Brianna Mattes that Jinkins was holding her first public meeting. A "community chat" on May 3rd at the Center at Norpoint in Tacoma.
On May 3rd, 2022 Brianna Mattes and a WA State Tea Room process server, as well as other individuals who had signed the affidavits attended the Community Chat with the intention of serving Jinkins her portion of the affidavits which had already been accepted by the Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General.
Jinkins can be seen on film trying to deny Brianna Mattes and the process server service. Jinkins made a plethora of excuses and even tried to pass the buck off to the people of Washington State during her attempt to dodge being served lawful affidavits signed by her own constituents. See link: https://rumble.com/
Eventually Jinkins accepted service and stated the documents could be delivered to her office in the Capital. The team loaded up 13 boxes containing 5,000 Notices of Default and delivered them to the House of Representative chambers in the Capital building of Olympia that day.
Brianna Mattes, Founder
Page Updated Last on: May 19, 2022