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In the NAZI war criminal tribunals following World War II everybody learned that “Just following orders” was not considered by the world court of humans to be a legitimate excuse for abusing the life, liberty or property of fellow man. After the war, the enforcers became convicted criminals – often hung by their necks until dead for their crimes.

The Oath Keepers was formed to remind past and current oath takers that they are sworn advocates and protectors of The People – NOT obliging, witless servants of some ruling elite / wannabe dictators.

Recently a Seattle area policeman posted a video reminding fellow officers of this.  It is incredibly popular. His bosses ordered him to remove it from the World Wide Web. He has not. That earned him “administrative leave” until they can decide to fire him for insubordination.  

Their attention is resulting in The Barbara Streisand Effect … and a very effective GoFundMe effort (see the bottom of this post). 

As I often do, my copy of the video on the right is insurance against a potential YouTube takedown of the original. In the article I copied below is a link to the original YouTube version.

Make no mistake, the Police State is trying to take over Our Free Country … and are well-along that path. Fortunately many people are chaffing at their chains already. There is some hope remaining.

I apologize for the formatting below. I decided timely was preferable to pretty.

See you on the other side.

– Ted –


Seattle Cop Placed On Administrative Leave After Bill Of Rights Video Goes Viral

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Port of Seattle Police Officer and Special Forces veteran Greg Anderson was reportedly removed from his position after his video about police officers allegedly abusing their power went viral.

In an update video posted Monday to his Instagram, Anderson says he has been terminated from the Port of Seattle Police Department and is on administrative leave pending an investigation.


The Port of Seattle Police Department confirmed Anderson’s suspension in a statement posted on their website that reads in part, “Officer Greg Anderson is on paid administrative leave while we look into allegations that he violated our policy on the use of social media.”

Anderson posted the video May 5, addressing his concerns with police officers across the country enforcing quarantine orders administered by state and local governments.

“I’ve seen officers nationwide enforcing tyrannical orders against the people and I’m hoping it’s the minority of officers, but I’m not sure anymore,” said Anderson in the video that now has over 600,000 views on his Instagram account.


“We don’t get to violate someone’s constitutional rights because somebody in our chain of command tells us otherwise,” he added. (RELATED: Hearse Stolen From California Church, Body Still Inside)

Anderson says he was informed by the department and his union that the reason for termination was due to insubordination for refusing to take down his Instagram video.

“I had received a message from command saying, ‘Wow Greg, what a powerful message. We agree with that 100 percent, well done,’ and that was a relief for me,” said Anderson. “Fast forward three hours later I get another phone call from my command, ‘Hey Greg, the video is up to 400,000 views, it’s time to pull the plug on this thing.’”





The officer who filmed this viral video has been reportedly placed on administrative leave pending investigation.

He has been told it will “result in termination due to it being an insubordination charge for refusing to take down the video.”

Is this what America now stands for?

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740 people are talking about this

“I have three little kids, I have this house, I have another house,” said Anderson. “I cannot afford to lose my job.” A friend of Anderson created a GoFundMe page Monday for Anderson’s legal action and any unforeseen expenses as a result of the termination. As of now, the page has raised over $200,000.

The Daily Caller reached out for a comment from the Port of Seattle Police Department, but they have not yet responded.

Support Officer Anderson

I’m setting this go fund me up for my best friend’s husband, Officer Greg Anderson.

He recently made a video urging officers to stand for liberty and integrity, the video has gone viral and has been positively received across the nation! You can view the video below.  His department the Port of Seattle Police is in the process of termination as the video was deemed a violation of policy.  I am attempting to raise funds for them as they are going to seek legal representation and to help cover any costs that the unforeseen future brings during this drastic change in their lives. Thank you for your kind words and support.

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