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Howie Carr: Carrots for cons, the stick for cops over vaccines

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Last Thursday, Gov. Charlie Baker and his lieutenant governor, Karyn “Pay to Play” Polito, journeyed to Worcester to support the Massachusetts State Police at the 86th graduation of the latest academy class.
“We will always be with you,” Polito intoned. “We know you have our back and we have yours.”
That was Thursday morning. On Friday night, Baker and Polito began the process of firing the same people whose backs they had so loudly claimed they had.
Polito to the State Police on Thursday: “ are so grateful that there are people like you willing and able to put your uniform on every day...
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