Brian Bokest of Oregon said he would shoot state soldiers if Governor Kate Brown (D) sent them to rounded Republican lawmakers who deny Democrats having a quorum to vote on a climate bill.
This is what I said to the supervisor, "said Bocquist, referring to the captain of the Communist Party, Travis Hampton. "Send the bachelors and come heavily armed. I'm not going to be a political prisoner in Oregon. It's just that simple. " @BrianBoquistGOP said that if R went out to stop voting on Cap and Trade and @OregonGovBrown sent the state police to return it, they had to be single and well armed. Your behavior? 19 June 2019
Oregon will adopt a new climate bill through state-controlled government law, despite objections from
– Pat Dooris (@PatDooris) ] Senate Leader Herman Baertshiger Jr. on Tuesday said his party is "ready to take action" to prevent the bill from being passed, according to Oregon, who avoids democratic norms.
Although Democrats own a large part of the State Senate, they can not vote for the measure if a number of the 20 Republicans of the Chamber do not appear for the vote.
Brown hinted on Wednesday that state soldiers could be sent to terminate non-cooperative MPs, saying: in a statement that it is "in close contact with the Oregon state police."
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