The Sequim MAT Clinic Survey results are in, and you may find these results interesting, if not surprising. This may be the hottest political topic Sequim has ever seen, and in my 25 years in Sequim, I’ve not seen a hotter issue. It is a classic liberal v. conservative battle. Take a look for yourself, but it appears from the survey results that the vast majority of Sequim residents overwhelmingly reject the Sequim MAT Clinic.
Unfortunately, there is a reticence to take surveys of Sequim residents by those who have local authority to do so. The Sequim City Council even voted down a proposal to take a survey. That’s unfortunate, because the citizens’ opinions should ultimately determine the outcome of this issue, whether the Sequim MAT Clinic is approved or not. This video is the second survey results. The first was attacked by professional hackers, presumably hired by someone who wanted to discredit the survey. They were successful. This is why I did this second survey, to allow Sequim residents to express their opinions on key questions with a goal of finding out the truth–what do Sequim residents really think.
This survey was set up to be very secure and hack proof, and with the help of the survey techs, I set up several filters to stop those who would attempt again to discredit the survey. By the way, the survey company was threatened with a lawsuit by someone in Sequim for posting my survey. Apparently, there is a lot at stake here, and some will stop at nothing to silence those of us who just seek the truth and honesty and full disclosure and fairness.
The Sequim MAT Clinic is still in the application and approval process, and while many thing this is a done deal, the public uproar has been substantial. The survey results speak for themselves.
Last Updated on November 8, 2019 by Chuck Marunde