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Well, Why NH Governor Sununu is not under investigation?

At the Executive Council meeting on Wednesday, nine protesters were arrested for allegedly disrupting the meeting as the board considered $27 million in federal contracts for vaccine promotion and tracking assistance.

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A crowd of around 300 people gathered outside the state’s Police and Standards and Training Council building in Concord for a rally. Nearly 200 people were admitted to the conference, and a few were afterward accused of yelling, hissing, and disrupting the meeting.

A specific paragraph in the contract that stated that by accepting the funds, New Hampshire will support the federal government’s quarantine and enforcement measures to fight the COVID-19 epidemic caused concerns. Many feel that this provision will put New Hampshire’s sovereignty in jeopardy, as state authorities pledge to fight federal vaccine mandates.

Gov. Chris Sununu, who called the concerns conspiratorial and lacking merit, since nearly all federal contracts contained similar language, requested audience members remain calm and allow the meeting to be held so the board could accomplish its business.

However, a number of people refused, which led New Hampshire State Police to arrest nine.

On a meeting that took place on October 13th, Ken Eyring from Granite Grok quoted from Edmund Burke’s that says “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing,” as he discussed that people were being removed and arrested by State Troopers for no apparent reason, History warns and this is why people shouldn’t be silent.

“This is what it must have been like in Nazi Germany in the 1930s when they began to take people away,” he thought to himself.

Two were residents of Nashua: Marylyn Todd, 37, an accountant and the leader of the New Hampshire Voter Integrity Group, which wants a full audit of the 2020 election, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge, while Albert Todd, 32, faces disorderly conduct and resisting arrest charges.

Those arrested on disorderly conduct charges include John Schmitt, 68, of Keene; Frank Staples, 41, of Manchester, who was arrested in March, accused of plastering the Queen City with anti-mask mandate stickers; Monica Holm, 58, of Hudson; Emilee Spiller, 26, of New Ipswich; James Stuart, 68, of Rochester; and Terese Grinnell, 48, of Loudon, the nurse who has been at the forefront of organizing against the vaccine mandate.

Kathleen Bussiere-Appleton, 70, of Newton was also charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

During the meeting, many members in attendance turned their backs on the members. After rejecting the contract by a 4-to-1 vote, the audience cheered.

The Governor must justify why nine Americans were arrested at his EC meeting just because they turned their backs to him during an EC vote and He also needs to explain why he ordered an army of State Troopers to be present, and why he is turning NH into a Police State?

We need to know if the Governor abused his authority to wage war against those who have opposed his positions. That type of abuse of power is a disturbing violation of our Constitution, which protects our Rights of Free Speech, and to peaceably assemble.

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

NH is not China. It is not Russia, nor Iran, nor North Korea… yet. But it feels like that’s where we are heading. That’s why I raise questions and concerns against the advice of others who warn of severe retribution from the Governor.

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Sources: Thegatewaypundit, Granitegrok, Wealthtimefuture

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