Inslee heckled off stage during Tri-Cities appearance

PASCO, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was heckled and had to cut short his speech on battling the coronavirus pandemic in the Tri-Cities on Tuesday. Speaking outdoors at Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Inslee was repeatedly interrupted by hecklers as he urged residents to wear masks to prevent the spread of the virus.“Open it up,″ one heckler shouted in an apparent reference to widespread business closures in the Tri-Cities of Richland, Pasco and Kennewick. The community is still in Stage I of the pandemic, which is largely a shutdown.The hecking continued as a masked Inslee spoke. Finally the Democratic governor had had enough and went inside to finish.

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  1. The Freedom Foundation just smacked him about masks in the Seattle Times, and just smacked him again with a lawsuit about his illegal mask edict.

    He’s just desperate, grasping at straws, and his retreat here is only the beginning. We are not going to take this lockdown, mask, virus pack of utter lies anymore.

    We know this whole thing was overblown to give more power and more money to the people with already too much money and power.
    But they’re about to relearn whose country this is.

    Hint: it is not their country. It’s OURS.

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