Last March 4, 2022, the Washington State Tea Room, a monumental state-wide movement, attempted to serve Washington state officials with over 30,000 lawful affidavits from the Citizens of Washington demanding an end to all mandates and requesting a forensic audit of the 2020 election.
Speaking to the Gateway Pundit, the founder of WA State Tea Room, Brianna Mattes said, “this recent serving is the first of two in the first phase of our mission.”
Inslee’s office refused to accept service or sign for the documents as well as the AG Fergusons office, Jinkins’ office, Murray, and Cantwell’s offices. Only Lt. Governor Heck’s office signed for the documents and took service.
On March 24, Governor Inslee’s office and others took service with the second round of affidavits after failing to respond. Speaker of the house Laurie Jinkins, and Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell continue to refuse service.
“We have now officially served the Governor of WA State, Jay Inslee, the Lt Governor, Denny Heck, and our Attorney General, Bob Ferguson with both batches of signed and notarized documents, meant for them. The holdouts continue to be our Speaker of the House, Laurie Jinkins, our US senator, Patty Murray, and our junior US senator, Maria Cantwell. But after the ease of yesterday’s servings it is now becoming quite ludicrous that these 3 government employees are still refusing to be served and doing absolutely nothing to facilitate that, which is our constitutional right,” Washington State Tea Room Founder, Brianna Mattes told the Gateway Pundit.
“I hope further publicity will grease that wheel so that we can complete this phase of the process and move on to the phases to come. But that being said, we will not blink first on this. They will be served their documents, as it is the right of the people of WA to do so, or they will be shown refusing repeatedly, which comes with consequences. Because as elected officials they do not have the right to do that,” Mattes continued.
Read their news release below:
March 24th, 2022 Brianna Mattes and Washington State Tea Room Process Servers arrived in Olympia, Washington to serve Jay Inslee, Denny Heck, and Bob Fergusons offices with the 2nd round of affidavits; the Notices of Dishonor. The 2nd round of affidavits came after Washington State leadership failed to respond to the Notices of Claim served on March 4th, 2022.
The Washington State Tea Room had set up an appointment with Governor Jay Inslee’s office for service. When the Process Servers arrived the Washington State Patrol was present to greet them and helped with the delivery of the boxes of affidavits to the Governor’s office. Lt. Governor Denny Heck’s office and Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office also accepted service the same day.
The office for Speaker of the House, Laurie Jinkins, continues to refuse service while making statements that Speaker Jinkins is only concerned with the constituents within her district.
The assistant at Governor Inslee’s office apologized for how the first attempt at serving transpired and was shocked that the Speaker of the House’s assistant was refusing service as that “is their job”. She was also shocked and dismayed that the Speaker is only concerned with the people in her district and not the entirety of Washington State.
Senator Patty Murray’s office continues to not respond to phone calls or emails while Senator Maria Cantwell’s office in the Seattle Federal Building says the documents can be dropped off but the documents will not be signed for and legal service can not be accepted.
CJTV Media live-streamed the whole event. Bard’s Eye News posted the video on Rumble.
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