On Friday, April 9th, Republican Speaker of the House, Sherman Packard, called a woman a bitch while presiding over the House session. The target of his comment was Anne Copp, a fellow Republican representative. The House Speaker thought he had moved away from the microphone when he made the nasty remark, but the whole Bedford Sports Complex heard him clearly. What followed was a very embarrassing moment for the man who is supposed to be the leader of the Legislature and the Party.
What did Representative Copp do to deserve the terrible comment from her caucus leader? She stood up from her seat in the ‘maskless legislators’ section and walked around.
After the House clerk reminded Copp to keep her mask on if she wants to stand up, Packard leaned over and said “She’s just a bitch.”
Copp and a group of around a dozen Republican Representatives have been vocal opponents of the mask mandates, the economic destruction, the closure of churches, and corona-fascism in general.
Tyrants like Packard, who are paranoid and/or evil believe that if a person breathes for one moment without a cotton mask (which literally does nothing whatsoever to stop COVID) everyone within a mile has a 100% chance of contracting COVID and a 100% chance of dying immediately. Therefore, Packard and the Democrats applauding him on Twitter believe that Copp is essentially guilty of murder.
After being publicly shamed by a fellow Republican member and the Speaker of the House, the freshmen Representative left the sports complex for at least part of the session.
Of course, they are all totally fine sitting with many other maskless people in restaurants as long as they are eating. Logic has no place in the ideology of psychopaths. They are, by definition, detached from reality.
Whether the uncouth, anti-liberty Speaker will be forced to step down remains to be seen. The tyrant issued a meaningless apology, but everyone knows that he meant what he said. Will the Republicans stand for freedom and sanity or will they support Packard and coronafascism?
Email Speaker Packard at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to let him know how you feel about his behavior. He may need a little motivation to step down from his position atop the New Hampshire House.