Washington State Governor Wants Manditory Vacine and Microchip BEFORE Opening!

Wa Governor Only after the constituents in Wa state are tested THEN given vaccination that comes with a biometric device similar to microchip to identify those who have complied To get back on track to the path of normalcy Inslee outlines plan.

SEATTLE — The sheriff of Snohomish County says he won’t enforce Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, saying it violates people’s constitutional rights.

Snohomish County Sheriff Adam Fortney announced his position on Facebook Tuesday night, following a statewide address by Inslee in which the governor said the state will not be able to lift many of the stay-at-home restrictions implemented to fight the coronavirus by May 4.

That’s the date through which the current directive is currently in place — but Inslee hopes health modeling in the coming days will allow resumption of some activities.

In the post, Fortney said COVID-19 is “very real” and said the appropriate measures need to be taken to protect vulnerable populations.

However, he added, “I can no longer stay silent as I’m not even sure he knows what he is doing or knows what struggles Washingtonian’s face right now.”

Fortney said he believes small businesses and independent contractors are able to operate with the same safety measures in place that essential business have implemented.

Fortney’s post came a day after Franklin County Sheriff J.D. Raymond sent a letter to county residents saying he also wouldn’t enforce the stay at home order.