10 Apr

YDC Victim Used as Child Sex Slave

YDC Victim Used as ‘Child Sex Slave, Punching Bag’ Under Health and Human Services’ Care, Lawyer Tells Jurors


BRENTWOOD – David Meehan’s lawyer told jurors how his already troubled life became part of an “inhuman atrocity” when sent at age 14 to the state’s youth detention center in Manchester where he was raped hundreds of times, beaten and locked in solitary confinement for months on end from 1995 to 1999.

David Vicinanzo, former First Assistant US Attorney who is now with the Nixon Peabody law firm, came close to tears several times Tuesday during his emotional opening statement in Meehan’s civil trial against the state Department of Health and Human Services.

The department oversaw what was then called YDC, now infamous for the more than a thousand lawsuits alleging emotional, physical and sexual abuse of the children who were incarcerated there.

The veteran lawyer, who along with attorney Rus Rilee represents 1,200 alleged victims, told jurors he was nervous despite his many years of experience. This is the first of the civil lawsuits against the state to go to trial in Rockingham Superior Court.

“I worry that some inadequacy on my part, a mistake, omission – something will hurt my client, will impede David Meehan, not just my client who is also now my friend, from getting the justice that he has so long been denied,” Vicinanzo said.

The evidence will show the devastation that was inflicted on a young boy under the “care of the state of New Hampshire.

“And the second thing is the evidence of the depravity, the wanton neglect of the state government that permitted and covered up the abuse of David Meehan and others because it didn’t care enough,” Vicinanzo said.

He talked about Meehan’s troubled childhood born to teenage parents, an abusive, addicted mother and how he began to act out as a teenager.

“He ran away at 13,” Vicinanzo said, and ultimately landed at YDC at age 14, a short skinny boy who was angry and depressed.

At first, YDC wasn’t so bad, but then Meehan was transferred from Spaulding Cottage to King Cottage “where he was raped only once,” Vicinanzo said.

Meehan got gonorrhea from the staffer who raped him and the staff nurse who treated him didn’t ask how he got it.

It was after Meehan was transferred to East Cottage that life became nearly unbearable, Vicinanzo said, warning the jury Meehan’s testimony will be difficult to hear.

East Cottage was run by Brad Asbury, one of 11 former staffers who was charged in 2021 with abuse crimes related to working at YDC in the 1990s.

The Attorney General’s Office is prosecuting the 11 men criminally and another section of the Attorney General’s Office is defending the state Department of Health and Human Services in the civil lawsuits.

Asbury had been fired from the department after an investigation but was later rehired.

“He ran a tight ship, picked his own crew of guards to work under him at East Cottage,” Vicinanzo said.

That’s where Meehan was raped daily, he said.

“At first, David fought back,” Vicinanzo said, but after a while he learned not to fight back because it was too painful to fight, being beaten and raped by someone much older, bigger and stronger.

Before long, there were other staffers raping Meehan, usually in his cell. Sometimes the rapes were anal, other times oral, Vicinanzo said.

One time, the staffer pointed a gun at Meehan’s head, Vicinanzo said.

Besides the rapes, Meehan was beaten severely dozens of times, locked in his cell in solitary confinement for months at a time and raped just about every day.

“Over a year’s period David was raped over 300 times,” Vicinanzo said.

“Eventually David was reduced to the status of a child sex slave and a punching bag at YDC under the ‘care’ of the New Hampshire Health and Human Services,” Vicinanzo said.

DHHS’s Defense

Assistant Attorney General Brandon Chase represents the state Department of Health and Human Services in the civil lawsuit and made the state’s opening statement Tuesday.

Chase told jurors they must decide the true facts of the case, whether the lawsuit was legally filed too late, and what if any compensation is due Meehan.

“That was difficult to hear what Mr. Meehan claims and says happened to him in the mid-1990s. It’s difficult for anyone to hear this.

“There’s absolutely no question physical abuse, sexual abuse, any abuse is simply wrong. If anyone committed those crimes, those individual perpetrators should be punished,” Chase said.

“The people Mr. Meehan says abused him are not here. We do not represent them,” he said.

“You have to decide whether the Department of Health and Human Services is actually liable or were the terrible acts that you heard here the responsibility or result of a small group of rogue employees who acted in secret for their own purpose,” Chase said. “Did the department know?”
And if the department is liable, what is the fair compensation, he asked.

He said the state’s job is to help jurors find the truth.

“This would be an easy case if the scales of justice were tilted by outrage and emotion, but they aren’t,” Chase said. “Because all cases must be decided on true facts, on evidence.”

Chase reminded the jury that the events occurred 25 years ago and memories fade, witnesses move away and can’t be found, records get lost.

“You’re the decision-makers. We’re just here to help you seek the truth,” Chase said.

State’s Responsibility

How could this inhuman atrocity happen, Vicinanzo asked the jury.

“The evidence is clear the state itself caused it,” Vicinanzo said.

He provided examples in which several staffers tried to report what was going on but were threatened themselves and told to “shut the expletive up.”

Vicinanzo said top the administration was aware of the abuse. “The fish rots from the head,” Vicinanzo said.

It came from the top of YDC, the top of DHHS, a place filled with nepotism “obsessed with protecting staff from any accountability,” he said.’

The lawsuit was filed in time because Meehan only became aware of the state’s responsibility in 2017 after he filed a criminal complaint, he said.

Vicinanzo talked about Meehan’s life after YDC, calling him “a very damaged young man” who turned to hard drugs to survive for a number of years to just get through the day.

Meehan quit the drugs cold turkey in 2012, worked construction, married and had three great kids, Vicinanzo said.

But he suffers to this day.

“He is unable to feel happiness. He has no joy in life. Suffering is constant,” Vicinanzo said.

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08 Dec

“What is the Executive Council?”


“What is the Executive Council?” was the title of a routine column written by the late Bernie Streeter about 30+ years ago for the 1590 Broadcaster, a now-defunct free newspaper in Nashua. Bernie Streeter was one of Dave Wheeler’s predecessors and held office in the early 90s before becoming the mayor.

As a young adult, I was too busy living in my own little world to pay attention to whatever he was saying. I just showed up to vote in every election for the Republican because I didn’t want the Democrat to be elected, and the office of Executive Councilor was no exception.

The Executive Council is a five member-elected body that shares power with the governor. To borrow content from former Rep Melissa Blasek’s presentation, NH is unique and arguably has the weakest governor among the 49 others. The EC is kind of like the last firewall protection against a tyrant governor. That’s why who its five members are is so important, especially as of late.

Unfortunately, the EC had been derelict in its duty of representing the Granite Staters who elected them and rather just rubber-stamping the governor’s wants and desires. This is also another reason why State of Emergency reform is so badly needed. More on that in a moment.

I will embed the following link for the reader’s reference on the EC, of which some parts are not always up to date, particularly the meeting calendars and with that disclosure out of the way, let’s discuss the responsibilities of that body.

The EC must approve all appointments by the governor. They include judges, cabinet members, and lower-level bureaucrats. Keep in mind that these are UNELECTED government positions. Again, you don’t get to vote those out in the next election. That is why it’s so important to get the EC to block bad picks so they don’t have a lifetime appointment.

I use the word “lifetime” because the only positions that I’m aware of with an expiration date are supreme court judges on their 70th birthdays. There is currently a vacancy created by the outgoing Judge Hicks and a nomination in the pipeline for Judge Countway (or whatever last name she is most currently using or will use).

Gordon MacDonald was a rogue attorney general, and Sununu nominated him to the bench. Many of us aggressively implored Councilor Wheeler et al. to reject the nomination for a variety of reasons that would make for another article. Anyway, the EC at the time, which is the same five people we have today, defied the will of the constituency and rubber-stamped him into office. He is currently 62, so there’s a light at the end of the tunnel less than eight years away, pending the outcome of a recent bill changing that 70 to 75 years of age.

Anne Edwards, another Sununu appointee, was rubber-stamped onto the bench despite solid reasons made known for not confirming her.

And look at the Department of Insurance. DJ Bettencourt, a long-time friend of the state Royal Family, was recently rubber-stamped into his commissionership despite his less-than-noble character.

Another part of the EC’s duties is approving contracts and spending that involves more than $10,000. I will let someone else discuss what’s wrong with just handing out wasteful sweetheart deals without any oversight to out-of-state businesses. Remember St A’s on 9/29/21 and the arrests on 10/13/21? Of course, you do! A big agenda item was accepting millions of federal dollars with unreasonable strings attached. The rest of that was history. There are, however, all kinds of smaller tag items, but they do add up and put NH over a barrel and dependent on federal money, which is a big part of what makes NH secession so desirable to many.

Keep in mind that federal money is YOUR income tax revenue. There’s a great Thomas Sowell quote about the government quietly stealing your money while giving some of it back to you flamboyantly. If you don’t know Sowell, look him up.

As to the State of Emergency (SoE) issue, we are all by now familiar with Chris Sununu’s Executive Order (EO) madness. It started almost four years ago with over 80 COVID-related EOs, some of the most egregious ones being decreed shortly AFTER his reelection! But there’s a quieter part of the SoE that receives much less attention from Adam Sexton and his peers. It involves bypassing the legislature. Since I am not a constitutional scholar by any stretch of the imagination, I will refer the readers to Daniel Richard with detailed questions that might arise, but simply put, our governor misused the Executive Council to move larger parcels of money around that would, outside of the SoE, require approval from the legislature.

Remember, it is the House and the Senate that make law, NOT the governor. That means the EC can’t make law either. But this monkey wrench of an umbrella, the SoE, has allowed our governor to enhance his tyranny with millions of dollars at his disposal that otherwise would not be so easily available.

In the fall of 2021, an injunction against accepting that federal money was petitioned for and rejected by Judge David Ruoff, the same Maggie-appointed judge that recently ruled the wrong way on the “Claremont 2.0” school funding suit. That judge was UNANIMOUSLY ushered into office, and 2 of those ECs (Wheeler and Kenney) are still in office today!

Who sits on the EC matters! And so does SoE reform!

Reminder: The views and opinions expressed in Op-Eds are those of the author and may not reflect the opinion of or its authors.

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05 May

How I Got Into Abortion Work, and Then Got Out Julie Wilkinson

From Darkness to Light – The Julie Wilkinson Story

In 1984, I decided to move to Boulder, Colorado, where a girlfriend from a Wisconsin nursing school now lived. I was unfamiliar with the area, and there were no day positions at the local hospital. I was not comfortable with a commute to Denver for night-shift jobs. Then I saw an ad in the paper:

“Nurse needed: Family Planning Clinic-Boulder”

I interviewed and learned that the clinic did abortions. Though an abortion was not something I ever planned to have, I rationalized the deaths of the infants: All the abused babies and children were better off going to heaven than being born and suffering if they were unwanted.

I was raised a Christian and still considered myself one, mind you, but I attended church rarely. Sanctity of life wasn’t emphasized when I was young, and I remember a time in high school when I casually asked a close Catholic friend who had told me she was pregnant if she would have an abortion. She immediately answered, “No! That would be murder.” I was a bit taken aback, and dropped the subject.

At my job interview, the abortion doctor questioned me closely. I assured him that I was comfortable with abortion, so I was hired, and my training began.

A nurse taught me how to do gynecological exams to estimate the size of the uterus. In referencing the size of the fetus, we used terms such as tangerine, orange, and grapefruit. (It is always important to depersonalize the life you intend to end.) Later, I learned how to assist the doctor during early “procedures” up to 10-12 weeks. I opened sterile instrument packs, handed the doctor instruments, and turned on the suction, making sure the cover was on the suction jar. I also held the hands of nervous patients. After the “procedure” I would take the covered jar to a small room where a person waited to examine the pieces of the tiny person to be sure he or she was all there, nothing left behind.

After a few weeks, I was taught how to assist with late cases, 13-24 weeks. Those took three days total to finish. After dilating the cervix for two days, on the third day, I would hand sterile instruments to the doctor so that he could withdraw amniotic fluid from the uterus and replace it with a concentrated urea (salt) solution, which I was responsible to mix. He said that the solution caused the placenta to separate from the uterus, resulting in the fetus dying. The truth was, the babies likely suffered terribly in the salt solution, their fragile skin and lungs being burned. I would check with a doppler ultrasound for a fetal heartbeat. When it was gone, the doctor would start to remove the baby, usually in pieces.

An early troubling situation occurred when a married, successful couple came to visit the clinic. They wanted a child, but they found out at 16 weeks that she was carrying twins and were not sure if twins would fit into their lifestyle. That visit bothered most of the workers, but it was no trouble for the doctor, who aborted the couple’s healthy babies a couple weeks later.

After a couple years, I believe the Holy Spirit began to nudge me.

I was dating a man whose mother asked where I worked. I said “a women’s clinic.” She answered, “How wonderful it must be to be around all the mothers and babies.” But it wasn’t wonderful. Eventually, I left the clinic to work in a Newborn Intensive Care Unit. There I saw babies who were nearly the same size as the ones I saw in steel pans at the abortion clinic.

However, my heart didn’t change overnight. Time was necessary to change my years-long belief in a woman’s “right to choose.” Slowly, I grew very ashamed at what I’d done, even though I knew I was forgiven in Christ. After I left Boulder, I never told people what I had done there. I got married, and we had three beautiful daughters. I did not tell them my story either; I just made sure they were raised to be pro-life. It felt very lonely to keep that dreadful secret.

Occasionally I would search online for a support group for former abortion workers, but never found one. Then a few years ago, another person told me I should reach out to Abby Johnson, who was a former abortion clinic director who held retreats for ex-abortion workers. So I did. I found a small, generally invisible group of people who are passionately pro-life. We have seen abortion from the inside, and we know the truth.

As my daughters each reached the age I felt appropriate, I then told them about my past.

In the last couple years, I have gathered my courage and decided to speak publicly. I even had a walk-on part in the movie Gosnell, and I play my real-life role as an abortion nurse in a small but pivotal scene in the anti-abortion movie Unplanned (shown, Wilkinson at right).

I thank God for not giving up on me.

This article originally appeared in the April 8, 2019 print edition of The New American.

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20 Dec

Okay Grommer

Call to Action: Fight to Stop Sexual Abuse of Children in the NH Public Schools. CAUTION: Graphic Images

NSFW – NOT SAFE FOR WORK or children. Yet, this is the kind of content that is now in Public School libraries thanks to Superintendents, staff, and School Board members that are either clueless, turning a blind eye, or totally all in on sexualizing our children.

Graphic images from Gender Queer, one of the top books infiltrating said libraries.

What we are seeing available to children in public schools has been shocking. Children now have access to pornographic and obscene material in their school library and the library App that they download on their iPads. This is not an effort to ban books, because this kind of obscene material can come through books, videos, magazines, or any other publication.

This is not about stopping sex education in schools. Parents already have the ability to examine the materials and opt out of materials if it’s not age appropriate. This is very different, this is about obscene pornography that should never be available to children through their local school.

Showing children this kind of obscene material is child abuse. At Stop it Now they say:

Showing pornographic pictures to a child is considered sexual abuse.

That is exactly what is going on in many of our public schools. Those who approve or support this are supporting a form of sexual abuse on children.

Purposely exposing a child to adult sexuality is considered a form of child sexual abuse, whether or not a child is touched.  Non-touching behaviors can be just as upsetting and emotionally harmful to a child as some touching behaviors. Non-touching behaviors that are considered to be child sexual abuse include:

  • Showing pornography to a child.
  • Exposing a person’s genitals to a child, or asking children to expose themselves.
  • Asking a child to interact sexually with someone else.
  • Online enticement of a minor for sexual purposes.
  • Photographing a child in sexual poses.
  • Exposing a child to sexual acts (including masturbation) either in person or through digital, computer or video images.
  • Watching a child undress or use the bathroom, often without the child’s knowledge (known as voyeurism or being a “Peeping Tom”).

Please note that although there may not be harmful intent, even having adult pornography or sexual toys in the home where a child could come across them has been viewed by authorities as sexual abuse in some circumstances. For complete information, see our definitions of child pornography.

Having viewed some of the content and pictures in some of the books offered to children in school, it is shocking that any adult would think some of this obscenity is ok to give to children. Surprisingly, I’m hearing that some of the administrators/ Superintendents are actually defending this!

School Board members are starting to hear from New Hampshire parents on this important issue. However, it is extremely disheartening to hear some people speak in favor of making this obscene material available to children. They’ve argued that they should not be banning books. They are not trying to ban books, they are trying to ban obscene and pornographic content available to children. Why? Because it’s considered sexual abuse of a child to make this available to children.

What can you do to stop the grooming and sexualization of children in your school?

We have obscenity laws that cover this kind of sexual abuse of a child. However, there has to be a determination that the material is in fact obscene. That means law enforcement officials like your County Attorney, must first categorize the content as obscene.

So the first thing you should do is call the county attorney and tell them you want a 650:6. This would mean that they would look at the material to determine if it is actually obscene.

If you have not looked at the books in your school, or the ones that are on the Sora App. you will want to begin by filing a Right to Know Request/91-a in order to scan the books to see what is offered to the children in your school. The district can provide you with an electronic card catalog from the school library, and also provide you a way to see what books are available on the Sora library app.

Some books may not meet the threshold of obscene; however, we are finding some that include pornographic pictures and text. The title of those books and screenshots of the obscene content should be taken to your country attorney to examine.

This is not a case against the LGBTQ+ community as some have suggested. Obscenity can come in various forms–gay or straight. Some of the books include child pornography with pictures and graphic depictions of adult and child sex.

A) Call to Action in YOUR district: 

1) Gather evidence : Names of books, copies of the obscene pictures, and text.  (File 91-a if needed)

2) Present this information to your county attorney & FILE A REPORT AT YOUR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT


3) Call the Attorney General’s office and the Governor’s office and tell them that this kind of sexual abuse in our schools needs to stop. JOHN COUGHLIN County Attorney Phone: (603) 627­-5605 #4328 AND Office of the Governor (603) 271-2121

4) Report all of this to Commissioner Frank Edelblut so he has a record of this content and that you’ve filed a complaint.

5) Start calling for the resignations of those who are openly supporting this obscene material in your school. They are a danger to children.


Gender queer Bow NH happenings


Book: Gender Queer - 2 boys



Grindr sex app instructions


This is also in the Hanover Public School system.

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28 Oct

Noble 9 Disqualify State Attorneys

BY MEGAN October 28,2022

Terese and the 7 other defendants in the Noble 9 case filed a motion to disqualify the attorneys that were trying their case. Why? The attorneys don’t work for the Attorney General’s Office.

The attorneys that have been representing the state in the Noble 9 case actually work for the Department of Safety and report directly to Governor Sununu. Therefore, there may be a conflict of interest.

Thus, the attorney that represents seven of the eight defendants has filed to change attorneys. He has asked to have an attorney from the Attorney General’s office represent the state. 

On trial for doing nothing:

Terese and seven other defendants, excluding Monica Holm are going on trial for their “disorderly conduct” on October 13, 2021. The trial date was postponed due to the problem with the state attorney.

Their trial will be the 6th hearing on their case. At the 5th hearing, the judge watched the video of the alleged disorderly conduct, and although she saw and heard no disorderly conduct, she pushed the case to trial. 

Following the 5th hearing, the judge, Judge McIntyre who presided over the first five hearings recused herself from trying the case. It appears that watching the video evidence and pushing the case to trial was too much for her.

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We all need to support the Noble 9 and stand with them. Governor Sununu cannot think that He can arrest citizens for doing absolutely nothing.

Watch the video to see the arrest.

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

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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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