As the 2021-2022 legislative sessions come to an end, some Republicans are patting themselves on the back for outstanding performance. Not so fast! Under Speaker Sherman Packard and House Majority Leader Jason Osborne, the NH House failed the fundamental building block of our state and our nation.
Failing to pass HB1431 the Parents’ Bill of Rights is perhaps the biggest failure!!!
Seven “Republicans” took a walk on the final vote. Stories abound through the years when the Speaker searched high and low for missing legislators who participated in some attempted subterfuge! Representatives have been reportedly found in the restrooms and dragged back into Representatives Hall and the doors locked until the vote was recorded.
On this vital bill reinforcing the rights of parents, Speaker Packard made no such effort. Why not? Does King Sununu know something that Speaker Packard doesn’t want publicized? Where was Republican Majority “Leader” Jason Osborne? Isn’t he supposed to be “whipping” his caucus in support of Republican Platform ideas?
So what sort of shenanigans occurred behind doors when the RINO Chris Sununu was threatening to veto the bill IF it arrived on his desk. In fact, are those in leadership positions working behind the scenes to assist Governor Sununu so he doesn’t have to carry through with his promised “Veto”? Perhaps the polls show that such action would be political suicide for the King.
As the saying goes, something is rotten in Denmark.
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