Jay Inslee

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Jay Inslee
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Governor of Washington
From: January 16, 2013 – present
Predecessor Christine Gregoire
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former U.S. Representative from Washington's 1st District
From: January 3, 1999 – March 20, 2012
Predecessor Rick White
Successor Suzan DelBene
Former U.S. Representative from Washington's 4th District
From: January 3, 1993 – January 3, 1995
Predecessor Sid Morrison
Successor Doc Hastings
Washington House of Representatives, 14th District
From: January 9, 1989 – January 11, 1993
Predecessor Jim Lewis
Successor Dave Lemmon
Information
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Trudi Inslee

Jay Robert Inslee (also Gov. Incel, born February 9, 1951, age 69) is the current governor of the state of Washington, serving since 2013. He is a Democrat. He was preceded by Christine Gregoire. He also served in the Washington House of Representatives and the U.S. House of Representatives.

Inslee is an enthusiastic supporter of the Green New Deal which seeks to terminate airline travel. Boeing, which is headquartered in Washington state, moved production to South Carolina on Inslee's watch.

2020 presidential election

Main article: 2020 presidential election

Inslee was one of the white males who dominated the Democratic 2020 presidential primary candidates. He known as a Chicken Little[1] Gaia worshiper.[2] Inslee wants open borders for "climate refugees" and to continue doping up voters with marijuana and opioids to further totalitarian healthcare.[3] Inslee said the Senate filibuster rule is causing the oceans to rise.

Inslee claims that if the atmosphere in Seattle were kept at 350 carbon dioxide parts per million, the whole world would live happily ever after. In 2018, it was at 408.52 carbon dioxide parts per million, making life unsafe for orcas and salmon, creating forest fires, and "leaving ash on the hoods of our cars" which contribute to carbon emissions.[4] This would entail grandfathering in the white privilege of rich car owners, and limit the opportunities of Millennials and minorities to ever own a car. As to noxious emissions from a North Korean nuclear device exploded over Seattle, Inslee has yet to make his position clear. Inslee claims windmills do not cause cancer.

Ocasio-Cortez's chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti had to explain to an Inslee aide that the Green New Deal has nothing to do with climate change and is all about overthrowing capitalism. A single-issue candidate, Inslee criticized the DNC for its decision to stall the impending doom of the climate crisis by putting it on the backburner in the First Debate, effectively eliminating him in future debates where a larger support base is needed to qualify for participation. As soon as he dropped out, CNN held a 7-hour Climate Crisis Townhall.[5]

2020 Antifa riots

Marxist insurrectionists set up check points and border walls in Occupied Seattle. Citizens and taxpayers were extorted and forced to pay protection money. Inslee claimed to know nothing about it.
See also: 2020 Antifa riots and CHAZ

For nearly a month, starting in June 2020, the City of Seattle permitted anarchists and activists to seize six square blocks of the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, naming their new enclave the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” (CHAZ) and then the “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest” (CHOP). Law enforcement and fire fighters were precluded from entering the territory. The Seattle Police Department was ordered to abandon their precinct within the CHOP. Person-related crime in the CHOP increased 525% from the same period of time in the same area the year before, including by Mayor Jenny Durkan’s own count “two additional homicides, 6 additional robberies, and 16 additional aggravated assaults (to include 2 additional non-fatal shootings).” The CHOP was allowed to stand for nearly a month, during which time two teenagers were shot and killed in the zone. The Seattle City Council, Mayor Jenny Durkan, and Washington Governor Jay Inslee publicly rejected federal involvement in law enforcement activities within the city of Seattle.[6]

Forty-eights hours after Marxist insurgents occupied a 7 square block area including a police station, extorting protection money from businesses and employers to allow them to continue operating, Inslee claimed he was unaware of the situation and the first he heard of it was when asked at a press conference.[7]

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