Stop NH From Accepting $27 Million In Exchange for State Sovereignty
Rather than address the people’s concerns about $27 million in federal funds that are slated to spread vaccine propaganda and enhance an unconstitutional vaccine database, Gov. Chris Sununu has spent the last two weeks attacking concerned citizens as “conspiracy theorists” and spreading misinformation of his own.
The governor asked Attorney General John Formella, previously the governor’s personal attorney, to draft a response to citizen concerns about the $27 million in contracts, and it is no surprise that the document backs up the governor’s contentions. However, attorney generals do not determine what is lawful, and we contend in our recent public statement that his biased opinion is off-base.
So here’s where we stand: At 10 a.m. on Wednesday this week, the Executive Council is likely to reconsider the $27 million in contracts at their next meeting. To be clear, these contracts will fund government propaganda to convince dissenters to change their mind, and to expand an unconstitutional government database that incorporates citizens’ private vaccination data and shares it with the federal government.
We know Dave Wheeler and Joe Kenney are standing with us for medical freedom and privacy, and we know that Cinde Warmington has already publicly declared her intent to oppress us. Ted Gatsas, Janet Stevens, or both, are in a position to vote in our favor, but we need your help to alert them about how important this is to us.
Sadly, Gatsas was the councilor who reanimated the contract by calling for reconsideration of the Executive Council’s vote to kill the effort, and then the Executive Council laid it on the table. It’s important that Gatsas understands that numerous residents in Executive Council District 4 are very upset with him over this, and what he has done to all New Hampshire citizens by dragging out this atrocity. Please email or call him on his cell phone and let him know how important medical freedom and privacy and state sovereignty are to you.
Janet Stevens has been parroting the governor’s position concerning these contracts, but the people of Executive Council District 3 ought to let her know that she works for the people, and not for the governor. In fact, the very purpose of the Executive Council is to provide the people with a check on the governor’s executive authority.
Even if you’ve already called or emailed these councilors, we believe you should do so again. They need to hear from us! We believe that this personal touch will be the best way to keep these public servants on our side.
There are two other things you can do to help us fight these contracts:
If we fail in our effort to kill the Executive Council vote, we have another chance to shut these contracts down. The Fiscal Committee will be meeting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021 in the Legislative Office Building, Room 210-211, and will likely consider the contracts then. Our intent is to promote attendance and civil participation in the public process for this public meeting.