Unvaxxed Washington trooper, 51 who called out Governor Inslee, dies from COVID-19


Robert LaMay, a former Washington State trooper, has died from COVID-19, at the age of 51. The state trooper had been terminated from his job as he refused to get vaccinated. He went viral as he released a video just before he left his job where he asked Washington Governor Jay Inslee to “kiss his a***.” Last October, he became one of the “heroes” of the anti-vaxxers when he preferred to lose his job rather than get vaccinated. Now he has lost his life at the somewhat young age of 51.

Last October, the trooper took a swipe on Governor Jay Inslee, before he left the agency. He said that it was his final sign-off after 22 years of service. He mentioned the highlights of his service in the state of Washington and all that it entailed.

He thanked the citizens of Yakima County in Washington and his fellow officers in the valley. He said that he had been successful because of them and they kept him safe and sent him home to his family.

He concluded by saying “So State 1034 this is the last time you’ll hear me in a state patrol car…And Jay Inslee can kiss my a***.”

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The radio operator replied saying “1034 thank you for your 22 years of service and more. She listed his achievements and called him a role model for young troopers.

After his death, Washington State Patrol Chief John R. Batiste released a statement that praised his service to the state. Batiste said that he was very sad when he heard the news that their “former friend and colleague Trooper Robert LaMay had passed away.”

The Patrol Chief added that the agency sent prayers for his family and loved ones. He also mentioned Robert’s service for over two decades and said that they had been disappointed when he had left the agency, last October.

Tangent: Different variants of the coronavirus have taken many lives of people at their prime or close to their prime. Some, if not all lives, could have been saved if they had got vaccinated and if people had rejected all the false and misleading information on COVID-19 that has been spread through social media posts and podcasts.

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