Rep. Vicki Kraft one of 12 state legislators to sign open letter to Washington citizens

The letter stated the lawmakers’ ‘unwavering commitment’ to honor their oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the state of Washington

Rep. Vicki Kraft (Republican, 17th District) joined 11 other legislators from around the state to sign an open letter to the citizens of Washington state.

The letter, dated August 4, 2021, stated the lawmakers’ “unwavering commitment” to honor their oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the state of Washington.

Here is the full text of the letter:

Rep. Vicki Kraft (Republican, 17th District) joined 11 other legislators from around the state to sign an open letter to the citizens of Washington state.
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Anthony Lynch
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Anthony Lynch
1 month ago

Since all this letter says is they will uphold there oaths of office and doesn’t call for any specific action, why didn’t every single legislator sign this?

Ron
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Ron
1 month ago
Reply to  Anthony Lynch

Political showboating

Dampé Mortisimus
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Dampé Mortisimus
1 month ago
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Same reason people don’t use the swastica nearly as often as they did in regards to its origins in Buddhism; this kind of statement has been so misused, (for this reason AND that, for this side AND that side etc etc) that it sends up a red flag that really says “READ THIS AND DISCUSS WITH A BOARD OF LAWERS” That openly started with something called ‘The Patriot Act’.

Sometimes one must realize that the rot is coming from within, and it is better to excise and cauterize rather than simply let the bodies cell turn against one another and slowly die in agony, waiting to become the prey of another.

Vax Ine
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Vax Ine
1 month ago

Not wearing a mask in a private business isn’t a right. Darwinism in action.

Bill
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Bill
1 month ago

I would not vote for God if he was Republican

Gary Wilson
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Gary Wilson
1 month ago
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He’d have my vote either way, but then again God would be Pro-Life so He could not be a Democrat.

Rita
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Rita
1 month ago

What i get from this is we will do nothing but the very basic needed from us. No strengthen of people rights since women and minorities had no rights in the constitution and only white men.

Looks like only Republicans signed this to appease the white supremacists, trumpets and proud boys.
Look at the high covid caaes and low vaccine rates for each of their areas.

Cherryl
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Cherryl
1 month ago
Reply to  Rita

Boy are you uh informed or what. Look up Gibraltar…….99% vaccination rate and huge increase in Covid cases…..the vaccine is a super spreader. But you do you.

Rook
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Rook
1 month ago

Don’t trade your freedom for a little bit of security. Freedom is dangerous by nature. Refuse the medical-police state. Proud Boys are here to stay.

Denise
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1 month ago

Thank you to all legislators who know and understand that our rights and freedoms are paramount. ALL legislators need to uphold both Constitutions. As citizens we expect some solid actions to follow the open letter. Words are great but pursuit of Action is necessary. Inslee needs to be recalled as he clearly is a running a dictatorship.

Amanda Blake
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Amanda Blake
1 month ago

Sounds like more Political Grandstanding . . . lots of talk but no specific action.

Kenny Smith
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Kenny Smith
1 month ago
Reply to  Amanda Blake

Supporting the constitutions (Washington and US) is bold action, IMO. Truth is treason in an empire of lies. Which is what we’re living in right now. This is bold, and like you I await to see results and will take my stand with these bold legislators.

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