Special forces veteran and Police Officer Greg Anderson FIRED for Telling Other Officers to Do What Is Right and Follow the Constitution

      
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Liberally Disgusted
Liberally Disgusted
1 year ago

I am so sorry this happened to you. We need more people in law enforcement to stand by the Constitution. “Following orders” is not a good reason to violate people’s rights. There are many police forces and sheriff’s departments across the country that will welcome you. Praying you find one of them soon. (Going away on a sailboat sounds nice, but our country needs people like you!)

yoo
yoo
1 year ago

Here is the website showing Chief of Police Rod Covey, who fired officer Greg Anderson

https://www.portseattle.org/page/command-staff

Here is the contact form you can use to tell Chief of Police Rod Covey that he is a traitor to the U.S. Constitution

https://www.portseattle.org/form/webform-police-contact

Give him hell, which is exactly what this traitor deserves

All that is needed for evil to succeed is for good men and women to stand by and do nothing.

Rabbi Will McCubbins
Rabbi Will McCubbins
1 year ago

Of course they fired him ! Cops are to carry out the orders not think about right or wrong.. If a cop doesnt obey, his master takes the uniforms from him and puts them on flunkies who will obey!

grayjohn
grayjohn
1 year ago

You’re a thought criminal. And I have total respect for you sir. Don’t cave to these bureaucrat bastards.

Rabbi Will McCubbins
Rabbi Will McCubbins
1 year ago
Reply to  grayjohn

Your photo is awesome

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