7am hour -- what Gov. Jay Inslee should be doing today in advance of announced anti-police street protests from Olympia to Seattle tomorrow, candidate for WA governor--Tim Eyman--tells KVI he's ready to become a political insider after 20+ years of changing government as an outsider, a KVI caller asks a vexing question about which Republican candidate can actually dispatch Gov. Inslee in a general election.
King County judge rules that four Seattle TV stations and the Seattle Times must turn over pictures/video from May 30th destruction from protest that escalated to identify suspects in unsolved property damage, Republican candidate for governor, two more interview highlight clips from yesterday's podcast interview with Tim Eyman, the primary voting threshold Gov. Inslee cant fall below, a theory on why Eyman isn't getting better results from his name recognition, where Eyman differs from the last two Republican challengers to Eyman, Gov. Inslee's so fastidious about virus restrictions in smaller Eastern WA towns but he's silent on condemning destructive/damaging protests, Inslee's comment about "the most dangerous 3 feet in the state" merits a rebuttal.