WATCH: Washington State Trooper Tells Off Gov Inslee In Final Message Before Leaving The Force (VIDEO)
“Kiss my ***,” said a 22-year veteran of the Washington State Patrol.
Trooper Robert LaMay was fired for refusing to follow Inslee’s vaccine order. His last day in uniform was Friday in Yakima. He recorded his final radio call, thanking his coworkers for their help then chastised Governor Inslee.
The WSP might lose dozens of troopers, possibly even 100.
LaMay is a Christian who opposes the vaccine. Despite being only three years away from retirement, he refuses the shot. LaMay believes in religious freedom.
On Friday night, he turned off his radio.
“This is my final sign-off. After 22 years of serving the citizens of the state of Washington, I’m being asked to leave because I am dirty,” LaMay announced, referring to his unvaccinated status. “Numerous fatalities, injuries, I’ve worked sick, I’ve played sick. We’ve buried lots of friends over these years. I’d like to thank you guys. I’d like to thank the citizens of Yakima County as well as my fellow officers within the valley. Without you guys, I wouldn’t have been very successful. And you kept me safe and got me to my family every night. Thank you for that.”
LaMay gets emotional but keeps going.
“I wish I could say more, but this is it so state 10-34, this is the last time you’ll hear me in a state patrol car. And Jay Inslee can kiss my ***,” he concludes.
The communications center gave him a send-off after his final radio call. It shows the kind of trooper Washington is losing under Inslee.
In his first year, LaMay delivered a baby while on patrol in Bremerton. He’s since obtained a slew of credentials. He was a HAZMAT qualified commercial vehicle trooper who attended On Scene HAZMAT Command School. He was a Collision Reconstructionist with a heavy vehicle speciality. He also taught Drug Recognition Experts.
LaMay has received numerous accolades, including the Red Cross Real Life Hero Award, the WSP Commission Award (twice), and the Washington Traffic Safety Commission Certificate of Appreciation for Seat Belt Enforcement.
“You’ve been a great role model and mentor for all young troopers serving in the area by sharing your knowledge and experience throughout the years. Thank you for your service,” the dispatch operator said.
“That’s it,” the married father of four stated to the camera.
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