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  • Washington state sheriff tells residents to not be 'sheep' over statewide coronavirus mask mandate

    Washington state sheriff tells residents to not be 'sheep' over statewide coronavirus mask mandate

    A sheriff in southwest Washington state this week told residents to not be "sheep" over Gov. Jay Inslee’s new statewide order requiring masks in public to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

    H/T: Fox News

    “In case you guys didn’t hear, Gov. Inslee in his infinite wisdom has decided after over a hundred and some odd days that we should all wear face masks inside and out. Here’s what I say: Don’t be a sheep,” Lewis County Sheriff Rob Snaza said to a gathered crowd.

    The Lewis County Sheriff isn't the only Washington law enforcement chief that has something to say about the mask order.

    “The Grant County Sheriff’s Office has much larger public safety priorities than writing a ticket for a person not wearing a mask,” said Sheriff Jones.

    “Our jail is on restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and therefore violations of the Governor’s order will not meet the booking criteria. I have full trust in the residents and business owners of our great county that they will continue to use common sense and good judgment to be safe. Their efforts will support Grant County moving to Phase 3 of the reopening plan.”

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