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Protests erupt across Seattle over vaccine mandates for city workers

Seattle was the scene of a slew of protests last week as Governor Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandate went into effect at midnight on October 18. As all city and state workers who had not yet received their first shot were fired, people took to the streets of the progressive city to express their opposition to the mandate.

A rally hosted by March For Freedom Washington at Seattle City Hall was attended by law enforcement officers, teachers, bus drivers, nurses and firefighters, many of whom spoke out on their reasons for not getting the jab.

Many cited concerns about the potentially deadly side effects of the vaccine, while others took a stand because they want the freedom to make their own medical choices and are concerned about the precedent the mandate is setting.

The rally was not just attended by those who were unwilling to take on the risks of the vaccine; many of their vaccinated colleagues showed up to express their support.

Speaking to the Post Millennial, one attendee said: “I served as a firefighter for 23 years. I have seen things that you wouldn’t wish on your greatest enemy. I never thought this is how my career would end.”

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