Another day, another prominent New Hampshire Republican publicly condemning Dictator Sununu, the Republican currently running the state. The Liberty Block has published numerous articles documenting the self-destruction of Chris Sununu. In 2019, he was one of the most popular governors in the union, and he was among the most libertarian. He was especially loved by Republicans in New Hampshire. In 2020, he couldn’t resist using corona-fascism to usurp all power from the legislature, only allowing them to legislate again 16 months later. Even after he ended the ‘state of emergency’, he continues to rule as an authoritarian dictator hellbent on destroying nearly every freedom that the citizens have come to expect.
On May 20th, a very popular Republican legislator publicly called out the Dictator on Facebook. In the scathing post, Baldasaro tagged Chris Sununu’s public and personal profiles (they are Facebook friends).
It seems that the final straw for Baldasaro was Sununu’s veto of HB1131, which essentially encourages government school employees to muzzle children indefinitely. Baldasaro also said on social media that he is meeting with another candidate for governor on the 24th, possibly to determine who he will endorse in the primary in the effort to defeat Sununu. Baldasaro is an 8-term State Representative who has announced that he will retire later this year. He is currently the chairman of the House State-Federal Relations & Veterans Affairs Committee and was a House Floor Leader in the past. In 2018, he was the conservative choice for Speaker of the House, but lost a close race to Dick Hinch. Baldasaro was the New Hampshire co-chair of Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign.
The conservative commenters on the Facebook post echoed Al’s sentiments; that Dictator Sununu must be removed from office this fall in the primary.
Ian · May 31, 2022 at 11:16 am
In the long run, Sununu is doing people a favor by reminding them that depending on government — even if you’ve elected ‘the right people’ — is a mug’s game.
In particular, his veto of HB1131 (along with the House’s rejection of HB 1431) should help people understand that if what you want is to educate your kids, then you should educate them, instead of trying to rehabilitate a fundamentally broken, inherently politicized system, in the hope that someone else will do it for you:
Deanne · May 31, 2022 at 11:17 am
Well, I don’t trust Al Baldasaro very much after what I saw and heard during the hearing and voting on putting the issue of New Hampshire independence on the ballot for people to vote on. I was NOT impressed with him. But, as they say, even a broken clock is right twice a day, and apparently it’s Al’s turn.
It is about time people started waking up to Sununu’s true colors. It’s sad that it takes something so drastic for people to finally see beyond the color hat or shirt someone is wearing to what they actually stand for and do.
New Hampshire needs a drastic reworking of the people who represent us in Washington (not a single one represents me …. How on earth did we get the delegation we have…?) and the dictator of the state needs to be replaced as well.
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