Los Angeles, CA – A firefighter is currently on paid administrative leave after he “responded inappropriately” to a letter to comply with the mandatory jab. Reportedly the firefighter took the letter, dropped his pants, and wiped his butt with the letter getting fecal matter on it. He then dropped the letter on the ground.

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Many firefighters with the Los Angeles fire department are against the mandatory jab and have expressed their opposition. This one firefighter went to the extreme, but sometimes you need to go to extremes to have your voice be heard. The alleged incident occurred on November 18 and is being investigated.

“The department is aware of the seriousness of the allegations and took immediate action upon learning of this incident,” – LAFD spokeswoman Cheryl Getuiza 

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The firefighter is on administrative leave, and according to Getuiza he, “will face the consequences of any inappropriate acts.”

Apparently, an LAFD captain and chief officer witnessed the incident that occurred at Fire Station 69 in Pacific Palisades.

“The LA City Stentorians are sickened and disgusted by this horrific display of unprofessionalism. To date, we have not heard from anyone from the LAFD administration condemning this act of blatant disrespect and harassment.” – LA City Stentorians

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The Stentorians are asking the mayor and city council “to take swift and immediate action to deter any city employee from feeling entitled and not encouraged but empowered to behave in such an embarrassing and threatening manner.”


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