PR: Executive Council Backstabs Public, Approves Sovereignty-Destroying $22.5M Contract

Executive Councilors Joe Kenney, Janet Stevens, and Dave Wheeler deserve to be booted from office for their unpublicized and deceitful flip-flop vote today to give the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services a $22.5 million slush fund that threatens our state sovereignty and promotes COVID vaccine propaganda and coercion.

Councilor Ted Gatsas abstained from the vote to accept the balance of federal funds from a COVID-related contract we have previously written about, which gives him some cover, but the people should ask him, “Why didn’t he vote ‘no?'” The Council also passed a non-binding resolution stating that they oppose vaccine mandates.

“These councilors should be ashamed of themselves for thinking some weak, limp-wristed, non-binding resolution opposing vaccine mandates is going to placate the people of New Hampshire who are fighting for freedom and transparency,” said Andrew J. Manuse, chairman of RebuildNH.

“I’m disgusted,” Manuse exclaimed. “Those of us who have jobs, families, and other business to attend to in our lives can’t be watching the people we elect like a hawk every waking minute–you would think that we could trust them to not flip-flop on something this important. These two-faced back-stabbers are going to have to answer to what they’ve done at some point, whether at the ballot box or when they face God.”

During the meeting and in reference to the accepted grant funds, Gov. Sununu said, “We are moving full steam ahead.” Among other purposes, NH DHHS will be using these federal funds to inject COVID shots into New Hampshire children, which is dangerous and immoral. Children have zero risk of death from COVID, therefore no medical intervention (including this COVID vaccine) can reduce their risk–it only brings the possibility of harm.

This money–just like Obama’s bailouts that started the Tea Party–is a corrupt waste of the American People’s hard-earned dollars. This debt is immorally foisted on our grandchildren who are going to have to pay for this corporate giveaway. And that’s what all this is: corporate welfare for a corrupt industry that has captured and controls all levels of American government. This gross corporatism must stop.

“New Hampshire government is no longer setting a good example for transparency,” added JR Hoell, secretary/treasurer of RebuildNH. “A late item to the Executive Council agenda that was never made public before it was voted on was passed today. This happened without citizens being made aware the item was even going to be on the agenda. This is deceitful. We can do better.”

All is not lost. This contract still needs to be approved by the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee. Their next meeting is Nov. 19, 2021 at 10 a.m., and citizens should show up to show their concern and email Fiscal Committee members ahead of time. RebuildNH will continue to oppose this federal corporate giveaway that threatens our state sovereignty as well as our children’s health and the supremacy of our medical freedom and bodily autonomy.

8 thoughts on “PR: Executive Council Backstabs Public, Approves Sovereignty-Destroying $22.5M Contract”

  1. What Kennedy, Stevens, & Wheeler, even the abstaining Gatsas, did is disgusting. The people already made their wishes known—to NOT accept and use extra monies to push the vaccine on people. Shame on these Councilors for the sneaky secret path they took to treat NH citizens with such disdain. Let’s return the favor next Election Day, and vote them out.

  2. There was an article and video in an email I received, today. It pertained to Timber Rattlers in Vermont. Seems the snakes like to live under a big rock and then they come out at night for their snake activity. Actually, this is the same pattern of behavior that the New Hampshire Governor’s Council engaged in when they all caved into taking the Big Brother Bribe. “Disgusting” is too mild a word. Someone once said that politics is the art of compromise. Seems more like the art of deceit, to me!

  3. Morse’s vote is very bad news. If we somehow impeached Sununu, we currently get Morse. Can Morse be voted out of the Senate Presidency? The AG and Supreme Court head are also Sununu appointees – Lots to do. An impeachment vote would be a good start, because that would dent Sununu’s ability to be nominated.

  4. You say “NH DHHS will be using these federal funds to inject COVID shots into New Hampshire children, which is dangerous and immoral.”

    Is there any evidence that kids are being injected without parent’s consent? In the Live Free or Die state, if a parent wants their kid to get the jab we can educate and inform but ultimately we should not get in their way.

    Also where an I find your analysis of the strings attached to the grant money and where can I find the actual document on the grant?

  5. Unacceptable. I listened to the speech Gatsas gave before the fiscal committee vote and am even more perplexed about why he didn’t vote no instead of abstaining on the executive committee vote. He seems to know his stuff, and he did vote no on the fiscal committee vote.

    It is very disturbing that the majority of the people on the executive committee and the fiscal committee really want to put future generations under this obligation to Fed Gov. While listening to the votes, I couldn’t help but wonder… have these people even read what they are voting on? Do they understand English? Can they not comprehend what those words mean and what the implications are?

    I am just shaking my head in disbelief.

    Sununu got his way. I wonder how padded the pockets of those yes-vote people are…. How much did his win cost him?

  6. Anyone who voted for this betrayal disgusts me – they are the worst type of cowards – let them ask the people if they wanted this federal government bribe money – the Governments of both the state and federal gov are in need of replacement – neither are in line with the peoples wishes


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