HOUSE PASES RESOLUTION CONDEMING VIOLENCE IN WASHINGTON D.C.

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE – January 6, 2021, while the House was in session, violent protestors stormed the Capitol building in Washington D.C. Following a successful vote by the House to condemn to violence, Democratic Leader Renny Cushing (D-Hampton) released the following statement:


“The violence we are seeing in Washington D.C. by an armed right-wing mob is domestic terrorism, plain and simple. Let me be clear, these terrorists feel emboldened by President Trump and anyone who is not speaking out against them. This is not how democracy works, and I am glad that the New Hampshire House could stand together to condemn this violence.”




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