- Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy announced on Twitter that his state would be happy to take anyone of the officers who have had to quit
- Meanwhile, Senator Mike Braun of Indiana said he was in touch with holdout Chicago cops about relocating to Hoosier State
- The enticements come after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis offered a $5,000 bonus to any police officer who heads for the Sunshine State
- As of last week, over one-third of the 12,770-strong Chicago Police Department (CPD) – more than 4,000 officers – had yet to comply with a mandate
- Just last week, Seattle officers were seen hanging ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ Gadsden flags from their cruisers in protest of a citywide vaccine mandate
- In New York City, Mayor Bill De Blasio announced Wednesday that the city would be the latest metropolis to force municipal workers to choose
Published: 14:08 EDT, 26 October 2021 | Updated: 14:30 EDT, 26 October 2021
The announcements by the elected officials come after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis offered a $5,000 bonus to any police officer who heads to the Sunshine State.
Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy announced on Twitter that his state would be happy to take any officers from cities like New York, Chicago and Seattle where cops are feuding with mandates by mayors demanding municipal workers get vaccinated or face getting fired.