This Isn’t Activism, but Terrorism

Note: I wrote this earlier in the week, before Insurrection Day. What halcyon days those were…

And I’m not referring to the upcoming visit by the Proud Boys to D.C. From New Hampshire (boldface mine):

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) is canceling his outdoor inaugural ceremony on Jan. 7 amid concerns over armed anti-mask protesters.

Sununu said in a statement Wednesday that an outdoor public ceremony is too risky, noting that armed protesters have “increasingly become more aggressive, targeting my family, protesting outside my private residence, and trespassing on my property.”

The governor said that he, state Senate President Chuck Morse (R) and acting House Speaker Sherman Packard (R) will be sworn in during a small ceremony. Leaders of both chambers of the legislature will attend in person, while other members will attend virtually.

Keep in mind, Sunnunu is a conservative Republican, and these bugshitcrazytarians are threatening him (not like I’m a big fan of the guy). Republicans, get your house in order because they’re sure as hell not listening to the left.

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1 Response to This Isn’t Activism, but Terrorism

  1. Mike says:

    So GOP creates conditions where everyone can run around armed to the teeth and then uses it as an excuse not to do things or to vote certain ways because of the threat. That is either brilliant strategy or shortsightedness on par with naked mole rats.

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