In a 4-1 party-line vote on Wednesday afternoon, the N.H. Executive Council voted to reject a $27 million federal bribe that would have funded vaccine propaganda in New Hampshire and expanded the state’s unconstitutional vaccine database. The funds also might have compelled the New Hampshire government to comply and assist the U.S. government with other coronafascist measures, including “quarantine and isolation” measures, according to the contract terms.
Dictator Sununu has been strongly urging the Council to accept the federal funds for the past few weeks, and following the vote, the Dictator acted like a petulant child who had his personal piggy bank taken away.
“Not a single state we’re aware of has voted to reject these funds,” Sununu said. “Our response depends on this money.”
At the same time, patriots have risen up with unprecedented levels of resistance since discovering the federal contracts, efforts that successfully swayed the votes of councilors. It is Sununu’s very response that has stimulated this activism, because it is one-sided and focuses on the use of government coercion–whether behind the scenes or overt–and propaganda that aims to convince unvaccinated individuals to make a choice they have already decided against. Whether for or against the vaccine, most people recognize the need for medical freedom and privacy and are willing to stand up for the rights of their fellow man.
“The founders of New Hampshire created the Executive Council as a check on the governor’s authority, and today’s vote shows the wisdom of that system,” said Andrew J. Manuse, chairman of RebuildNH, one of the groups leading the anti-coronafascism effort. “By supporting continued government overreach into private medical affairs, the governor was hoping he could continue bullying New Hampshire citizens to cater to his will, just like he did during the State of Emergency last year, and it is about time to end his continual lust for power.”
At the meeting, nine pro-freedom activists (including one 70-year-old woman) were arrested by state troopers, exhibiting the willingness of Gov. Sununu to impose actual tyranny. According to video and eyewitness evidence, the activists were civil, peaceful, and non-violent, just like the hundreds of others in attendance. The arrests of the silent members of the crowd for no reason seem to be targeted moves by Dictator Sununu. Among those arrested were Marylyn Todd, the leader of the New Hampshire Voter Integrity Project, who has been a thorn in Sununu’s side for months. Terese Grinnell and Frank Staples, two of the leaders of the health freedom movement in New Hampshire were also arrested. They were all arrested for “disorderly conduct,” even though video evidence (starts right around 1:57:00) shows no such thing. A fundraiser has been launched to support their legal battle.
“Today activists showed the world why peaceful and civil protests are the right strategy,” Manuse said. “The governor’s heavy-handed tactics only serve to demonstrate to a wider group of citizens that Sununu is the tyrant we’ve claimed all along.”
New Hampshire is the only state to reject the grant, which Florida and Texas have already accepted, according to FreeKeene.com.
Sununu has not handled the rejection of his desired grant very well, going as far as harshly condemning pro-freedom conservatives on the Council. In an official statement, the Republican Dictator said “…today’s vote by members of my own party on the Executive Council was a total disservice to the constituents we serve…The vote showed a reckless disregard for the lives we are losing while they turn away the tools our state needs to fight and win this battle against COVID.”
His harsh words for members of his own party also included telling Councilor Joe Kenney that his concerns about the grant and corona-fascism were “based on fantasy”.
Possibly even more disturbing is that Sununu told the Associated Press that New Hampshire is already implementing the policies that the grant would have paid for: “You reject these federal dollars, the federal government doesn’t put it in a savings account. … They’re going to send it to New York and California. The dollars are ours, for programs we already implemented…”
When asked whether he would stand up for individual rights and prevent businesses from mandating vaccine and/or vax passports, Sununu repeated what he has been saying in recent Facebook arguments: That he would never do anything to ever control any private business, and that doing so would be socialist, nay communist! In an angry tone, Sununu told a citizen “You want the government to tell private businesses who to hire and fire?! That isn’t even socialist! That is completely unamerican!”
RebuildNH has released a statement thanking the Councilors for rejecting the anti-freedom grant from DC politicians.
According to some reports, Sununu and the HHS commissioner will continue to try to get this grant and implement the policies within it, saying “we can usually find a way to get something done.”
Increasingly, Sununu seems to be losing the support of Republicans, conservatives, libertarians, and independents. Other than his close personal staff, few members of his party continue to support him. Many conservatives believe that Sununu is now using State Police officers as his personal enforcers against anyone who opposes him. Multiple Republican State Representatives have already expressed disappointment for Sununu declaring war on the NH GOP at large, some even referring to him as a Democrat in Republican clothing.
UPDATE 11/10: On Wednesday afternoon, WMUR reported that the Executive Council voted 4-0 to accept a $22 million federal grant to fund pro-vaccine propaganda in New Hampshire in order to boost vaccine rates. It is unclear whether the same policies as the initial grant are applicable in the grant accepted today. The House-Senate joint fiscal committee also voted to accept the grant, and it is now official.