Skip to comments.Democrat Speaker Terie Norelli & NH Dems lead charge to strip Redress & Grievances Committee
Posted on 12/26/2012 3:56:53 PM PST by KingCast
As I note in the video, I come down harder on Dems who go against open government because I find them particularly hypocritical:
KingCast winces as NH Speaker Terie Norelli, corrupt NH pols try to 86 the Committee for Redress & Grievances; a green light for more mortgage fraud foreclosure fraud and DCYF abuses.
Today's feature presentation is loading up now so get your popcorn and truffle butter ready. At the link is your back story with prior videos including testimony to the NH Committee on Redress and Grievances on mortgage foreclosure fraud, DCYF and NH Family Court abuse and more. To those of you I didn't have time to include in this short video you may want to call in to Kevin Avard's show in the second week of January, stay tuned.
Meantime I suggest you read NH Const. Article § 32. [Art.] 32. [Rights of Assembly, Instruction, and Petition.]
"The people have a right, in an orderly and peaceable manner, to assemble and consult upon the common good, give instructions to their representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by way of petition or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs done them, and of the grievances they suffer."
I did my tour of duty in New Hampshire as NAACP Legal Chair and Citizen-at-Large, winning several First Amendment battles and earning a Mayoral Commendation from the longest-sitting member of the Governor's Executive Council. I will say this: So much of what I learned in law school is complete hogwash when it comes to how the courts and government really operate and I am not afraid to publicly say it. The amount of lies, deceit and outright corruption on the mortgage side and in family courts is enough to make you sick. And who is behind this nonsense? Democrat Teri Norelli, whom I sued a few years back to uncover information about how North Country's Martha McLeod tried to railroad HB 1428 "Bruce McKay Highway" through without telling anyone. We prevailed again against SB 154, all of which is linked herein........
People in NH have long saddled us with unelectable Republican candidate; I am unsurprised that they have struck out again!
I have always enjoyed the people of NH during my 6 years there... it was the government that was more apt to let me down :(
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