Judge agreed that Inslee exceeded his authority but said I needed to file a different motion to get such a ruling from her. So I’ll file it on Monday.
I was absolutely overwhelmed by the huge turnout of supporters – very grateful.
Fri, Jan 21, 2022
What a day!
I was absolutely overwhelmed by the huge turnout of supporters for today’s court hearing. It really helped me to be surrounded by so many friends.
I felt the power of everyone’s prayers and positive vibes.
Here’s what I posted on Facebook right after:
Besides my lawsuit challenging Inslee’s abuse of power, I’m working really hard sponsoring and promoting initiatives in Washington state and working with our team on 7 Election Integrity Initiatives in 7 key swing states.
I want to give you VALUE for the help you’re providing to my legal defense fund.
As I’ve said many times, I am appealing these ridiculously unconstitutional restrictions on the First Amendment to make sure what the AG is doing to me never happens to anyone else ever again.
I’m only here because of the love and support of thousands of great people who’ve seen this gross injustice and are willing to help.
Please donate to my legal defense fund here:
Mail-in donation: Tim Eyman Legal Defense Fund, 500 106th Ave NE #709, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Or donate online:
I love you all.
P.S. I’ve never needed your help more than now. Please donate to my legal defense fund today.
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