18 Apr

Hacking Democracy New Hampshire

©KoocHPiX presents HACKING DEMOCRACY NEW HAMPSHIRE. Produced by ©KoocHPiX. HACKING DEMOCRACY NEW HAMPSHIRE is a short film about New Hampshire’s election vulnerabilities in using programmable voting machines as well as significantly concerning anomalies being revealed daily by patriot groups like New Hampshire Voter Integrity Group and others.

This film also exposes Windham, NH auditors Harri Hursti and Philip Stark (NH’s hired forensic auditors against the will of the people) and how at Hursti’s direction, our memory cards were reset to pre-election prior to conducting the Windham, NH audit; an action that would remove any trace of an existing hack on the cards. Both auditors have also been manipulating the results of the audit to cover their actions of removing the hack which is revealed with comparisons between the November 3, 2020 original scan numbers, each of the 4 audit machine results, and the result totals from the hand counts.

It is the hope of We the People of the State of New Hampshire, that revealing these concerns to the general public, that we begin to see some legal action from our elected officials, or against them for their questionable inaction, and at times, undeniable obstruction for truth and transparency. We pray that people awaken from the grip of the deep state propaganda, see everything for what it is, ask the tough questions and demand truthful answers. Everyone needs to get involved; our democratic republic is at stake.

It is without question, that the corrupt politicians in New Hampshire and around the country, are unrelentlessly denying and suppressing voter fraud revelations because they are somehow implicated in the greatest treasonous crime of the century against We the People.
United we stand, divided we fall.


Videography: KoocHPiX
Custom Graphics: KoocHPiX
Layout: KoocHPiX
Storyline: KoocHPiX
Music: KoocHPiX, Taylor Davis
Asst. Storyline: Marylyn Todd
Data provider/s: Marylyn Todd, Brenda Towne, NHVIG
Software used: Wondershare Filmore 11
Images: Google stock Images, Yandex Stock Images

Granite Grok (news article)
“Hand Recount in Windham (Rock Dist.7) Reveals “Machine” Shorted Every (House) Republican by About 300 Votes”

Gateway Pundit (news article)
“HUGE EXCLUSIVE: Windham, NH Audit Results Show Ample Evidence that Voting Machines Favored Democrats, Are Not Reliable and Cannot be Trusted.”

United States Code:

Windham, NH Camera footage
Windham Forensic Audit, May 21, 2021

Harri Hursti – Official Sworn Affidavit, Wisconsin—————————&msclkid=6755cc53bcd111eca43cd05e920b3186, NH Selectmen Meeting – actual footage, 2021
Questioning LHS CEO on voting machines

Windham, NH image of actual Windham, NH Machine tapes prior to audit.

Nick Moseder Recorded Zoom Meeting w/Hursti & Stark

Audit machine comparison slides- information provided by NHVIG

Hursti press release:

2020 General Election Census: Conducted by Dale Ames, NHVIG
2021 Desk / DTD Canvassing: Conducted by NHVIG
2021 New Hampshire Voting Trends Data: Conducted by Seth Keshel
2021 Machine Vote Counts by Town Census: Conducted by NHVIG

Senate Bill 43

Chris Sununu [DS] Connections map

Kill Chain, 2020 (movie): IMDB

Hacking Democracy

Voting Machine Compilation
Kanekoa The Great, Twitter @kanekoathegreat

Democrats on Machines Compilation
Kanekoa The Great, Twitter @kanekoathegreat

New Hampshire Voter Integrity Group

We The People NH

NH Patriot Hub

NH Committee of Safety

603 Alliance

The Government Integrity Project

Americans for Prosperity NH

Rise Up NH

Rebuild / Reopen NH

Health Freedom NH

Granite Grok

Marigold Coffee Club

LHS Associates

Dominion Voting Systems

The Patriot, (2000) clips), IMDB

2021 Fiscal Committee State Police Harassment/Intimidation

Oct 13 2020 Unlawful NH Arrests

– Filmstock
– Star Spangled Banner
– Taylor Davis

KoocHPiX takes no credit for the extensive research conducted on New Hampshire’s election integrity which was used to create this film; the information was largely provided by Marylyn Todd, Brenda Towne, and the entire team at New Hampshire Voter Integrity Gr

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19 Feb

8 Valid Reasons to Ban Voting Machines

By:Ken Eyring

The reliability of voting machines to accurately count votes has come under scrutiny. Especially since the fiasco of the Windham Incident that took place at the November 3, 2020 General Election. Those election results produced the largest numerical discrepancy between election day vote totals and a subsequent hand recount.

That disturbing event triggered people in a few dozen NH towns to submit Warrant Articles seeking to ban the use of voting machines to count votes in their town. Many of those people have reached out to me – asking for examples and reasons for voters to ban voting machines.

Here are 8 reasons:

Reason #1: While it is more work… hand counting ballots has historically been a more accurate way to tally votes.

Reason #2: Voting machines can be easily programmed with malware to produce fraudulent results.

Reason #3: All of NH’s voting machines are programmed by a single company with no way for voters to know if the machines were properly programmed. This sets up a scenario of trust with no verify. If election integrity is important, then this should be a red flag.

Reason #4: Voting machines can malfunction and cause ballots to be misread – thereby causing voters to be unknowingly disenfranchised.

Reason #5: Voting machines are NOT consistently accurate from machine to machine (see graph below).

This graph shows the different vote totals that were counted for the Rockingham County District 7 Race in the Windham 11/3/20 Election. It contains the election day totals (11/3/20), the hand recount totals (11/12/20), and the totals that were generated during an audit when all of the ballots were fed through each of the four voting machines.


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03 Dec

We Need to Double Down We Lost One Battle, but the War Is Still Raging

Published By: Rebuild NH

Folks, we’re irate as I’m sure you are also. The state accepted $22.5 million in federal dollars on Friday to promote COVID-19 vaccine propaganda, inject our children with an experimental jab, and expand the state’s immunization registry—and they did so in a back-handed manner. They also handed over state sovereignty to the federal Health and Human Services Department, something we will need to watch closely considering that Gov. Sununu and the Attorney General have both said this is not something we should be concerned about. I guess—at this point—we’ll have to wait and see. We need to remember this moment come primary time.

You all know that the Executive Council brought up the matter without putting the item on their agenda, and reversed their previous decision to reject the funds. Read our article about what happened. On Friday, the N.H. Fiscal Committee took up the contracts and voted 6-4 to approve them.

Rep. Jess Edwards, Rep. Keith Erf, Sen. Gary Daniels and Sen. Bob Guida were the four heroes on the committee who voted against the contracts and against Gov. Sununu’s strong-arm tactics to ram these federal propaganda dollars through against the people’s will. We owe them a debt of gratitude for standing strong on principle.

On the contrary, Sen. President Chuck Morse of Salem, Rep. Karen Umberger of Kearsarge, Rep. Tracy Emerick of Hampton, Sen. Cindy Rosenwald of Nashua, Sen. Lou D’Allesandro of Manchester, and Rep. Peter Leishman of Peterborough voted in favor of these contracts. We’re particularly disappointed in Sen. Morse, Rep. Umberger, and Rep. Emerick for voting along with President Biden and advancing this program in New Hampshire. These are the people we need to remember come election time, and start working on finding their primary challengers today.

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21 Nov

Democrat Bill Would Ban Open Carry In New Hampshire

BY:Elliot Axelman

Legislation introduced by eight Democrats in the New Hampshire House seems at first glance to be a reasonable solution to a particular form of tragedy. Last year, Kyle Rittenhouse shot three attackers in self-defense with his AR-15 at a BLM riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, killing two of the attackers and wounding the third. Since the polarizing incident, some concerned citizens have begun to wonder why a person was allowed to carry a firearm at a protest in the first place. Some have even gone so far as claiming that he ‘was asking for it’, and violence came his way as a result of his own actions. This legislation will surely be justified by its sponsors as a solution to this issue. It’s simple; prohibit citizens from openly carrying deadly weapons at high-intensity protests.

But what if it isn’t that simple?

House Bill 1151 says that “…No person shall openly carry or display a loaded or unloaded pistol, revolver, firearm, or other deadly weapon whether licensed or unlicensed, while participating in, affiliated with, or present as a spectator at any parade, funeral procession, picket line, march, rally, vigil, or demonstration or other event organized or held for political, religious, or other First Amendment related purpose…”

The legislators who wrote this bill use a few common tactics here. They list a few things, and then add “…or other event…” to make sure that it could be applied to any event that is ever held. The bill also prevents the display of any other deadly weapon, which could easily include nearly any item in existence, according to case law.

The bill goes on to prohibit any person who is within 100 feet of any event (even if they are in their vehicle driving to work) from having a firearm visible.

As they nearly always do, the government officials who wrote this bill made sure that government officials were exempt from the new law.

The bill will have its first public hearing in the House Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee soon.

The members of the committee could be emailed by sending an email to

The full text of the bill is below:
Revision: Nov. 17, 2021, 10:07 a.m.



AN ACT prohibiting the display of a deadly weapon at a parade, funeral procession, picket line, march, rally, vigil, or demonstration.

SPONSORS: Rep. Meuse, Rock. 29; Rep. Berch, Ches. 1; Rep. Horrigan, Straf. 6; Rep. DiLorenzo, Rock. 17; Rep. R. Newman, Hills. 29; Rep. Altschiller, Rock. 19; Rep. Weston, Graf. 8; Rep. Klein-Knight, Hills. 11

COMMITTEE: Criminal Justice and Public Safety



This bill prohibits the open carry or display of a firearm at a parade funeral procession, picket line, march, rally, vigil, demonstration, or other similar event.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.




In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Twenty Two

AN ACT prohibiting the display of a deadly weapon at a parade, funeral procession, picket line, march, rally, vigil, or demonstration.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 New Subdivision; Open Carry or Display of a Firearm Prohibited. Amend RSA 159 by inserting after section 26 the following new subdivision:

Open Carry or Display of a Firearm Prohibited

159:27 Definitions. In this subdivision:

I. “Public property” includes, but is not limited to areas owned or operated under the control of the state and any of its political subdivisions including public ways, sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, parks, walkways, recreational fields, greenways, plazas, rights-of-way, and other public grounds.

II. “Spectator” means any person engaged in a counter-protest or observing the parade, procession, picket line, rally, march or demonstration who is within 100 feet of participants.

159:28 Open Carry or Display of Deadly Weapons Prohibited at Parades, Funeral Processions, Picket Lines, Lawful Marches, and Demonstrations.

I. No person shall openly carry or display a loaded or unloaded pistol, revolver, firearm, or other deadly weapon as defined in RSA 625:11, V, whether licensed or unlicensed, while participating in, affiliated with, or present as a spectator at any parade, funeral procession, picket line, march, rally, vigil, or demonstration or other event organized or held for political, religious, or other First Amendment related purpose taking place upon any public property owned or under the control of the state or any of its political subdivisions.

II. No person, spectator, or counter-protest participant shall openly carry or display a firearm or other deadly weapon as defined in RSA 625:11, V within 100 feet of any event mentioned in paragraph I.

III This section shall apply regardless of whether or not a permit has been secured by event organizers.

IV. This section shall also apply to persons in private vehicles who are parked or traveling on public property within 100 feet of the closest event participant.

V. Nothing in this section shall be construed to preclude or limit a prosecution or conviction for a violation of any other provision of law governing the actions of participants or spectators.

159:29 Penalty. Any person who violates any provision of this subdivision shall be guilty of a violation for the first offense and fined $100. Any person who violates any provision of this subdivision after being found guilty of a first offense shall be guilty of a misdemeanor for each subsequent offense.

159:30 Exceptions.

I. There shall be a presumption that no rifle or gun carried on a rack in a pickup truck violates the provisions of this subdivision.

II. This subdivision shall not apply to federal law enforcement officers, sheriffs, police officers, or other duly appointed peace and other law enforcement officers when on duty; nor to the regular and ordinary transportation of pistols or revolvers as merchandise; nor to members of the armed services of the United States when on duty; nor to the national guard when on duty; nor to duly authorized military, police, or civil organizations when parading or serving in honor guards at funerals.

III. This subdivision shall not apply to spectators or protesters legally carrying concealed firearms or other deadly weapons.

IV. This subdivision shall not apply to free speech actions listed in this subdivision where the primary purpose of the action is to peacefully advocate for Second Amendment rights. However, this exception shall not apply to planned or impromptu counter-protests, counter-rallies, counter-marches, or counter-demonstrations conducted in response to another group expressing its First Amendment rights at the same time and location.

159:31 Rights Preserved. Nothing in this subdivision shall be construed to reduce or limit a person who is not prohibited from owning a firearm under RSA 159 from carrying a concealed firearm at or in the vicinity of an event listed in RSA 159:28, I. Nothing in this subdivision shall be construed to reduce or limit a person from engaging in lawful self-defense or defense of property as specified in RSA 627.

2 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.

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18 Nov

Fourth County GOP Calls For Investigation Into Dictator Sununu

On Tuesday evening, the Sullivan and Carroll County Republican Committees officially voted in favor of a resolution demanding an independent investigation into Dictator Sununu for arresting nine peaceful citizens. The same resolution was passed by the Belknap County Republican Committee last Wednesday. It seems that momentum is working against Sununu, the Republican who recently announced that he is running for a fourth term to rule over New Hampshire.

Sununu has been hemorrhaging support among his fellow Republicans since the beginning of coronafascism. But when he directed state cops to arrest nine of his political opponents for no reason other than refusing to support him at the Executive Council meeting on October 13th, Sununu began putting the final nails in the coffin of his political career. Since the arrests, nearly every Republican and conservative in New Hampshire has condemned Sununu, and the Dictator has gone ahead and condemned nearly every Republican, including the Executive Councilors and members of his own cabinet. Some are even speculating that Sununu may leave the GOP entirely.

If a few more counties call for Sununu to be brought to justice for abuse of power (not to mention his vicious coronafascism), the career politician’s days may be numbered.

Sununu has not responded to the recent calls for an independent criminal investigation into his actions.

We will update this story as it develops.

UPDATE 11/17: The Merrimack County GOP has called for an independent criminal investigation of Dictator Sununu, making them the fourth county GOP to do so. New Hampshire has a total of 10 counties.

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14 Nov

BCRC November Meeting – Resolution

BCRC November Meeting – Resolution: Investigation into the October Executive Council Arrests, Therese Grinnell

Wednesday was the November meeting of the Belknap County Republican Committee held at the Gilford Public Library. There were the normal “reports” (not recorded),

The Belknap County Republican Committee, under its new Leadership / Executive Committee, has become much more politically activist. No longer a “go along, get along” and just minding its own business (as under the previous long term and moribund administration), it has realized it is a political entity to get things DONE that is of importance to its membership.

Imagine that! Representing its constituency instead of assuming that it is the end all be all!

Wednesday night was something that I had never seen done in the years I’ve known about the BCRC – taking an activist bent on passing Resolutions that speak to relevant issues of the day regardless of what the “higher-ups” would think.

This is about the second Resolution – that concerning the arrests during the NH Executive Council meeting when it was debating whether or not to accept Federal money (with anti-sovereignty “strings attached”) was debated – Resolution: Investigation into the October Executive Council Arrests, Therese Grinnell.


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11 Nov



In order to properly frame the information provided in this article, it is important to fully comprehend what has transpired up until this point in time, beginning with October 13th and including November 1st.

The following three articles (including all of the embedded links and videos) should be read and viewed to understand the egregious actions of Governor Sununu before continuing with the rest of this article. These three articles will set the foundation for why calls are being made (including many State Reps) that Governor Sununu’s actions should be investigated:

Sununu’s POLICE STATE: Recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance “Will Not Be Tolerated!”
CAUGHT ON CAMERA! Did NH Gov. Sununu Coordinate and Trigger Unfounded “POLICE STATE” Arrests?
Governor Sununu abused his power on October 13, 2021 when nine Americans were arrested for no apparent reason at his Executive Council meeting. I believe this was an express violation of the NH State Constitution Article 15:

“No subject shall be held to answer for any crime, or offense, until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and formally, described to him; or be compelled to accuse or furnish evidence against himself.”
As well as Article 32:
“The People have a right, in an orderly and peaceable manner, to assemble and consult upon the common good, give instructions to their Representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by way of petition or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs done them, and of the grievances they suffer.

Eighty State Troopers were present in the room to enforce this egregious act with 150 attendees present.

Sununu abused his power again during a closed door House Republican Caucus meeting with over 100 Republican State Reps on November 1, 2021. He demanded those Reps cover up his role in the 10/13 debacle.

Caucuses are restricted to party members (Republican/Democrat) and are held behind closed doors to form and unify party strategies.

It was inappropriate for Governor Sununu to attend that meeting with the goal to win support for a coverup of his egregious actions on October 13th.

Those are not the actions of a transparent, rational, responsible governor who took an oath to uphold and defend our Constitution. Based on what took place regarding the arrests, and during the Republican Caucus, I believe Sununu should be investigated to determine if he is still qualified to hold the State’s highest office. No one is above the law, and many questions need to be answered.

Note: This story was cross posted from the Government Integrity Project.

Multiple videos of the troubling 10/13/21 arrests can be viewed in this article, “Why is NH Governor Sununu NOT UNDER INVESTIGATION?” Those videos must be seen in order to fully comprehend the heavy burden/obligation the NH House has on it’s shoulders.

That article and embedded videos raise deeply disturbing questions and concerns. Those concerns were escalated exponentially, when Sununu made his secret demands to Republican legislators to ignore his actions.

When some State Reps challenged him, Sununu’s response resulted in attempts to embarrass, humiliate and demonize them in front of their peers. There is a saying that applies here… people who don’t have facts on their side use name calling and humiliation to embarrass and discredit their opponents – in an effort to shift the focus away from themselves.

Unfortunately, it is a deceitful and very successful tactic that is used everyday – but more and more, people are waking up and think for themselves to form their own conclusions based on facts and not smears, emotion and/or intimidation.

In addition, many state legislators now see Governor Sununu’s actions for what they are… an attempted cover up. They understand Sununu is putting himself and political survival over the Liberties of those who appear to have been illegally arrested. Sununu’s actions highlight why many Republican Legislators believe an investigation “is necessary”, and why many are furious about what has taken place.

At best, Sununu’s actions are a violation of trust, and may very well be impeachable offenses, because Sununu pressured House Reps to suppress an investigation those same House Reps are Constitutionally obligated to initiate:

Part II. Article 17. [House to Impeach Before the Senate.] states:

“The house of representatives shall be the grand inquest of the state; and all impeachments made by them, shall be heard and tried by the senate.”
Part II. Article 38. [Senate to Try Impeachments; Mode of Proceeding.] states in part:
“The senate shall be a court, with full power and authority to hear, try, and determine, all impeachments made by the house of representatives against any officer or officers of the state, for bribery, corruption, malpractice or maladministration, in office;…”
Speaker of the House Sherman Packard and Senate President Chuck Morse are the gatekeepers of our Constitutional checks and balances along with their respective legislative bodies. It is their moral and Constitutional obligation to protect and defend the Rights of all NH citizens. They have been entrusted with these obligations that are the bedrock of our Republic.

Even though this is an extremely challenging situation, they must not shirk their responsibilities. At the very least, there should be a public investigation!

If you watched the videos in the linked articles above, then you should also be deeply troubled. NH deserves answers regarding what took place on October 13th – as well as during the closed door caucus on November 1st. Governor Sununu knows the answers we seek to many disturbing questions that he dodges and deflects with name calling and belittling. That leads us to the obvious question: “If the Governor wants our state legislators to remain silent, then what is he hiding?”

Pressuring Republican House Reps to ignore his actions crossed the line, because it has the appearance to be an act of coercion – and therefore a form of tampering with those who would oversee his investigation. That is unconscionable – and it is unacceptable.

We the People deserve answers, especially those who were arrested for no apparent reason.

by Ken Eyring
I’m a Constitutional Conservative, proud of our country and the founding documents our Constitutional Republic is based on. I believe in self reliance and personal responsibility. I’m passionate about Parental Rights and properly educating our children, who will someday become our country’s leaders.

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03 Nov

Nurses, Others Protest Vaccine Mandates

Nurses, Others Protest Vaccine Mandates In Concord: Watch

Medical workers, their supporters are holding protests outside hospitals to raise awareness about potential lost jobs, health care freedom.

CONCORD, NH — Nurses, hospital workers, and their supporters have been outside of Concord’s medical complex during the past few weeks protesting vaccine mandates issued by both hospital administrators and now, the Biden Administration.

The protests have been organized by Terese Grinnell, a nurse who cornered Republican legislators on Tuesday at the Statehouse during a press conference that turned into a rally, about the loss of thousands of jobs due to nurses and other employees being forced to take a vaccination they do not trust. The protests have been held on Monday and Wednesday around lunchtime and Fridays in the late afternoon. The Friday protests have been better attended than the others, she noted.

Grinnell, who formerly worked at both Concord Hospital, Dartmouth Hitchcock, and in in-home health care, has worked in the medical field for more than a decade. Most recently, she worked with a number of patients who had severe adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccines.

“I have actually seen patients with the clotting … I have seen patients with the strokes,” she said.

Grinnell said the forced vaccinations were unconstitutional and not proven effective in preventing the spread of the coronavirus, especially the new, highly contagious variants. She pointed to a recent outbreak at Franklin Regional Hospital, a Concord Hospital property, where nurses who were all vaccinated caught COVID-19.

Pamela Puleo, the chief advancement officer at Concord Hospital, confirmed seven employees were COVID-19 positive at Franklin Regional Hospital, including two nurses.

“This is not considered an outbreak,” she said. “We are monitoring as we have since the beginning of the pandemic and following all state guidelines.”

More than 5,700 health care workers in New Hampshire have caught the virus while only 86 were hospitalized and there were 10 deaths during the past 19 months of the pandemic, according to state data. Those health care workers should be immune and have better antibodies than the vaccine gives them, making the mandate unneeded for them. Grinnell said she had not caught the virus despite not being vaccinated and being around contagious patients. She said health care workers were smart and take precautions to protect both themselves and patients including extensive and thorough use of personal protection equipment.

“I understand people are scared,” Grinnell said. “I understand people want COVID to be over. But just because you’re scared of COVID, does not, rationally, give you the ability to force someone to do something that is scary to them.”

Grinnell has been in touch with a number of nurses and medical employees around the state. The response has been positive from both drivers and others during the protests, she said. The fear, Grinnell added, was hospitals, many of which are already understaffed in New Hampshire, will be placed in worse conditions due to the mandate.

At Concord Hospital, she said, more than 900 employees were slated to be fired in late October.

The hospital did not respond to a request to confirm the number of employees who might be fired in October.

While at the Pleasant Street and Langley Parkway protest for 45 minutes on Wednesday, at least a half dozen workers were seen joining the protesters during their lunch hours. While pigeonholed as all being Trump supporters or Republicans, attendees appeared to be a mix politically.

People honking their horns were also a mix of New Hampshire’s citizenry — at least two ambulance drivers activated their sirens and horns as they drove by. Truckers did, too. A number of drivers waved while some were seen scolding the protesters, too. Several women in Subarus and Priuses, a couple with liberal bumper stickers adorning the backs of their vehicles, also raised fists out their car windows and honked their horns in solidarity.

“My hope in being out here is there would be enough pushback,” Grinnell said, “from people and even the medical facility administrators and government entities to say ‘no’ (to the firings and forced vaccinations).”

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25 Oct

Sununu’s Police State Unleashes His Thugs

October 25, 2021

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has declared war on conservatives and constitutionalists. His recent behavior shows Sununu is an establishment RINO bent on persecuting—and humiliating—anyone who stands in his way.

On Oct. 13, at a state Executive Council meeting, the New Hampshire governor clashed with fellow Republicans. Sununu wanted the GOP-dominated council to approve $27 million in federal funding to deal with Covid-19. The council has the authority to veto any contracts sought by the governor that are worth more than $10,000. Sununu urged the council to green light two federal contracts totaling $27 million, arguing the funding was necessary to expand vaccine outreach and boost the state’s immunization efforts against the coronavirus.

During the debate, however, Sununu revealed himself to be not only a puerile buffoon, but a political thug. When Republicans rightly demanded that he follow other GOP governors, such as Florida’s Ron DeSantis and Texas’ Greg Abbott, and oppose Joe Biden’s draconian federal vaccine mandate, Sununu balked.

“I appreciate you have reservations, but they’re based on fantasy,” he said.

Sununu then explained that having the state government tell a flower shop owner that he is unable to fire someone because they are unvaccinated is not just government overreach. It is an unacceptable restriction and assault on the private sector.

“You can’t say the Biden administration is forcing a mandate here, and we have to stop it, but the state government should institute a mandate here and force it to stop the way we want it,” he said. “That isn’t even socialism; that actually is pure communism.”

Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, communism—sorry, “pure communism”—would result in the state nationalizing and owning the flower shop (communism champions government ownership of the means of production and seeks to abolish all private property). Moreover, according to Sununu, DeSantis and Abbott are now Soviet-style Marxists simply for opposing Biden’s vaccine mandate? It is pathetic.

No one can wrap surrender in high principle better than cowardly elitist RINOs. They are Vichy Republicans.

Republican councilors were correct in opposing Sununu’s funding request. First, the money came with federal strings attached, directly undermining New Hampshire’s sovereignty. In particular, as many opponents pointed out, one of those strings is that New Hampshire would have to comply with a quarantine order should it be issued by the Biden regime. That’s right: In theory, under the funding arrangement if Biden administration officials decided to establish quarantine or detention camps for unvaccinated New Hampshire citizens, then the state would be required to submit. For example, this is exactly what’s happening in Australia (and to a lesser extent, Canada and New Zealand), where unvaccinated individuals who test positive for Covid-19 are placed in quarantine camps—the modern-day equivalent of internment camps. Sununu should be ashamed of himself for cavalierly dismissing these valid, legitimate concerns.

Second, Biden’s national vaccine mandate is a frontal assault on medical freedom and personal choice. The mandate is illegal, unconstitutional and dictatorial; it seeks to erect a system of medical apartheid and segregation. It forces health care workers—including doctors, nurses, paramedics, administrators, and first responders—to take the vaccine. Moreover, it compels private sector employers, who have more than 100 employees, to mandate the vaccine for everyone in the workforce. This will impact over 80 million workers (myself included).

Hence, countless Americans are faced with this harrowing choice: the jab or your job. According to Biden’s draconian mandate, one’s vaccination status determines whether one can earn a living, feed their family or keep their job. It is government-sanctioned persecution and discrimination against the unvaccinated. It is medical tyranny—pure and simple.

This is why DeSantis and Abbott (and other Republican governors) refuse to enforce Biden’s mandate, declaring it authoritarian and an egregious violation of basic rights and liberties. It strikes at the very heart of human freedom: autonomy over one’s body. Biden’s mandate is declaring that the all-powerful federal Leviathan can force citizens to inject an experimental medication into their arms or else lose their right to earn a living, go to school and engage in mainstream society. It turns the unvaccinated into social pariahs and lepers—third-class citizens, who are stripped of their civil rights and constitutional freedoms.

It’s no wonder the council voted 4-1 to reject the funding. The sole Democrat on the council supported Sununu’s request, which should tell you everything you need to know.

Yet, even worse than Sununu’s feckless betrayal of his voters and GOP principles, was his thuggish behavior at the meeting. The council meeting was packed with attendees, including an overflow crowd outside. Many were previous protestors, who for weeks prior had been holding signs, participating in rallies and were loud, outspoken opponents of Biden’s vaccine mandate and Sununu’s demand for federal funding. This time, however, the protestors were silent. For over an hour, they sat, watched, listened, while some held signs, but no one said anything disruptive or did anything to interfere with the council meeting. In fact, the attendees were practically silent. The only “protest” they engaged in was when Sununu spoke some of them stood up and silently turned their backs on him. That’s it. No yelling, screaming, shouting, chanting or physical displays of intimidation or potential violence of any kind. The video of the event doesn’t lie.

It didn’t matter. Angered and humiliated at having been defeated, Sununu ordered over 20 state troopers to begin patrolling the room. There were dozens more outside the council meeting. And then—one by one—his Gestapo thugs began to arrest and escort out of the meeting silent, peaceful attendees. One was a 70-year-old woman, who held a sign. She had done nothing, except quietly sit and listen throughout the entire meeting. Another was a mother holding her 4-year-old son. Then it was a nurse, who was sitting silently and holding her hands in prayer as she listened to the debate. Their real crime: They were known protestors who, for several weeks, had publicly dared to challenge and speak out against Sununu’s pro-funding, pro-mandate agenda. Sununu engaged in naked political retribution and revenge. In total, nine individuals were arrested on bogus, trumped up charges of disorderly conduct.

Moreover, on video, Sununu can be seen texting furiously as the arrests were slowly being made, as well as nodding his head and moving his eyes to obviously signal to the state troopers which people he wanted arrested and thrown out of the room. In short, he unleashed his goons to arbitrarily arrest and punish his critics. This was the act of a wannabe dictator, who is slowly turning New Hampshire into a police state. The law enforcement officers who participated in the arrests should be ashamed of themselves. They were aiding and abetting Sununu’s lawless, criminal behavior. Hopefully, some of them—and it only takes one—will speak out and blow the whistle on Sununu.

Ultimately, there needs to be a full investigation into Sununu’s blatant abuse of power and assault on the civil rights of these nine arrested protestors. Sununu thinks he will be challenging Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan in 2022. I have news for him: You can’t win the Republican nomination—never mind the general election—by declaring war on your conservative base. And that’s precisely what he’s done. His latest actions show that Sununu not only has no business calling himself a Republican. But he needs to be kicked out of the governor’s office. And the entire corrupt, inept Sununu political dynasty should be swept into the dustbin of history.

Jeffrey T. Kuhner is host of “The Kuhner Report” on WRKO AM-680 in Boston. His daily show airs 6:00-10:00 am EST. He can be reached at:

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14 Oct

Sununu’s POLICE STATE: Recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance

Sununu’s POLICE STATE: Recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance “Will Not Be Tolerated!”

The NH Executive Council met in Concord, NH, on 10/13/21. Governor Sununu led with an iron fist. With brutal force, he turned the Executive Council meeting into a zero-tolerance police state – literally.

Look closely at the picture. At least 32 law enforcement officers in the room were there to surround and intimidate the peaceful, patriotic Americans in attendance. It was a calculated and overwhelming show of force that was a precursor of what was to come.

From the very beginning, there was no mistaking Sununu’s tyrannical message, as can be seen in citizen journalist Chau Kelley’s video below.

He threatened the packed room of citizens immediately after they proudly recited the Pledge of Allegiance (that Sununu led) by saying, “That type of disruption is not going to be tolerated.” His comment was disgraceful.


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