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05 Aug
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Congratulations to the Larkin campaign

I just called Matt Larkin and congratulated him on advancing to the general election. I support Matt 100% going forward; there is too much at stake for our state…BOB FERGUSON MUST GO.

You can find and support Matt here:

https://www.facebook.com/LarkinForAttorneyGeneral/

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01 Aug
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Audio from my appearance on the Jason Rantz Show 7/31/20:

https://omny.fm/shows/the-jason-rantz-show/brett-rogers-on-his-run-for-attorney-general-and-w

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22 Jul
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King County no longer wants to prosecute crime

SHOCKING proposal from a number of King County Deputy Prosecutors.

They no longer want to prosecute eluding the police, burglary 2, and auto theft, among other crimes.

This is absolute insanity. If you think burglaries and auto thefts are out of control now, just wait until the criminals know they won’t be charged and they will even be free to run from the police with impunity, placing the community at risk as they flee.

The governor has the authority to direct the attorney general to prosecute local crimes if the local prosecutor is unable or unwilling to do so.

I look forward to working with the next Republican governor to restore some semblance of order and justice for the people of King County by—to put it bluntly—doing Dan Satterberg’s job for him.

https://www.q13fox.com/news/dozens-of-king-county-prosecutors-want-office-to-ignore-some-burglary-drug-and-assault-cases

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17 Jul
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WSDOT Secretary wants mandated GPS tracking for a Road Usage Charge

As attorney general I will stand up for your privacy rights and I will block this sort of thing:

https://www.washingtonpolicy.org/publications/detail/wsdot-secretary-wants-mandated-gps-tracking-for-a-road-usage-charge


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12 Jul
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Lives likely cut short by Inlsee’s policies and Ferguson’s inaction

Since very early on in the COVID fiasco I have tried to bring attention to a number of harms caused by Inslee’s stay home and phased reopening orders. One of the issues close to me was the prohibition of “elective” medical procedures. What Inslee considered “elective” was often preventative and potentially lifesaving.

I recently got the following heartbreaking email from a supporter. I verified that her husband did indeed pass in May 2020. Perhaps her husband may have suffered a heart attack and died anyway, but we will never know. His lack of access to healthcare, especially in our country, is unconscionable.

Real people are being harmed by Inslee’s policies. And since I am running for attorney general, I of course have to point out that Bob Ferguson has done nothing for the people of our state on this front.

If there are any attorneys out there willing to talk to a prospective client (Snohomish County), even if only to refer her to another attorney, it would be appreciated…please PM me.


Dear Brett,

I gladly and proudly donated to your campaign not just because you represent Republicans, but because so far you are the only politician so far who noticed that patients were denied, during this Covid scam, preventive healthcare.

My husband of 45 years suffered a mild heart attack June 2nd, 2019 and he was closely monitored by his cardiologist ever since. Yet this coronavirus unnecessary panic made his cardiologist to cancel his early spring and spring appointments, move it to July and simply quit on him.

Every three weeks he was going for the blood tests, regarding his blood thinners and high blood pressure medications. For the three consecutive months during these visits they didn’t bother to take his blood pressure (a patient with cardiovascular diseases!), stating that the “sleeve” might be contaminated.

My husband passed away May 16th, 2020 of a heart arrest. Even though the paramedics were working on him for over an hour, he didn’t make it. I feel he was terribly neglected by the health care system.

I don’t think there is a pathogen in the whole world that paralyzes the whole world, shutting and locking down everything, but mainly to stop doctors taking care of their patients, to hide at their homes and betray the oaths they were sworn into. My question is: is there any association or organization to deal with similar cases as was the one of my late husband?

Sincerely,

(redacted for privacy)

P.S. English is my second language, so please, excuse the awkwardness.

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12 Jul
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As attorney general I will fight for true equality

This is one example of the misguided adventures by state and local government that I will put a stop to as attorney general. Our laws must apply to everyone, equally.

https://justthenews.com/government/local/washington-state-suggests-schools-could-give-priority-nonwhite-students-during

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12 Jul
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Ferguson uses AG’s office to combat “offensive merchandise”

While tens of thousands of people in our state are out of work, businesses are failing, and Jay Inslee continues to claim there is some sort of an “emergency,” Bob Ferguson is busy writing letters to one private company telling them not to sell the merchandise of another private company because Ferguson is offended by the second company’s name. Thanks for fighting for the people Sideshow!

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12 Jul
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The Seattle City Council should try before it buys

I know a lot of Seattle Officers who have a LOT of sick leave on the books. Perhaps the city council should request a real-life demonstration of what a 50% reduction in service looks like before they fully commit.

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/majority-of-seattle-council-pledges-to-support-police-department-defunding-plan-laid-out-by-advocates/

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01 Jul
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Tucker Carlson: Going Forward Republican Voters Must Demand 3 Things From Their Candidates

You will get these three things from me (More actually, but these are the three Tucker believes are important). I will fight for total equality under the law. I will defend our freedom of speech. And, I will serve you, the people.

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2020/06/30/tucker_carlson_going_forward_republican_voters_must_demand_3_things_from_their_candidates.html

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28 Jun
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Shame on the Washington State Supreme Court

Apparently due to COVID, the Court recently decided to allow recent law school graduates to practice law without taking and passing the Bar exam.

The pass rates for the past two administered exams were 73.3% and 50%, meaning the court has just given a law license to a lot of people who normally wouldn’t qualify for one.

The Bar isn’t necessarily a great indicator of who will make a good lawyer, but it is what we have (or had) at present.

At a time when people are demanding more of professions, especially police officers, is it really wise to throw open the doors and let everyone in regardless of their ability to do the job, including obeying ethical rules?

And what about all the people who have taken and not passed the Bar over the years? Should they now be allowed to practice?

I would say get ready for the lawsuits, but would we really expect the court to rule against itself?

https://www.seattletimes.com/opinion/washingtons-supreme-court-should-do-all-its-business-in-the-sunshine/

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