TODD HERMAN

Herman: Port of Seattle cop reminded officers to respect the Bill of Rights — now his bosses want him fired

May 11, 2020, 4:56 PM | Updated: May 12, 2020, 9:26 am
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(Port of Seattle Police, Facebook)
(Port of Seattle Police, Facebook)

Port of Seattle Police Officer and Special Forces Veteran Greg Anderson made an inspirational video reminding police officers they do not have unlimited powers.

“I have seen officers around the country enforcing tyrannical orders; I was hoping it was a minority of officers, anymore, I am not so sure …” began Officer Anderson’s video. “We do not get to violate someone’s Constitutional Rights …”

You can view the entire video, here:

Officer Anderson is now on administrative leave, meaning, he will probably be fired. There is a GoFundMe to support Officer Anderson’s retention of a lawyer, you can give money right here.

Meanwhile, in Seattle, Kshama Sawant is spending taxpayer money to tell Amazon employees to use militant tactics to take over the company. She used her official position to tell people to steal rent from the people who own their buildings.

As this officer fights for his career, Gov. Jay Inlslee is releasing violent felons who have gone on to commit new crimes. When he is not busy releasing criminals, Inslee is threatening barbers.

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Herman: Port of Seattle cop reminded officers to respect the Bill of Rights — now his bosses want him fired