Man and his wife leaving White House get mobbed on their way back to their hotel by livid protesters. pic.twitter.com/qnpPTfReS3
— Phillip Nieto (@nieto_phillip) August 28, 2020
The Agers were not the only victims of the Black Lives Matter mob. Senator Rand Paul and his wife barely escaped:
#WalkAway founder Brandon Straka was also a victim:
I haven’t endured an anti-gay attack like this in probably 10 years. #BlackLivesMatter activists physically assault me & Mike Harlow on our way into our hotel, calling us faggots & threatening us. The one girl comes back & knocks my friend’s phone out of her hand.#BLM= violence pic.twitter.com/Cmhc4g57tU
— Brandon Straka (@BrandonStraka) August 28, 2020
As were many, many, many others.
One would expect New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu … who is the nominal head of the New Hampshire Republican Party … to publicly denounce Black Lives Matter for the assault on the Agers. I can find no public statement by Sununu on the matter.
Perhaps this is because Sununu has positioned himself as a supporter of the New Hampshire chapters of Black Lives Matter.
Perhaps it is because Sununu … who has the support of the NeverTrump contingent of the NH-GOP … has ignored the Republican convention all week. There is nothing on Sununu’s twitter even acknowledging the Republican convention this week … never mind supporting the nominee, President Donald Trump. Indeed, I have heard that Sununu … after a very perfunctory greeting of the President at tonight’s rally … got out of there as fast as he could.
Whatever the reason, Sununu’s refusal to condemn the Black Lives Matter organization for the mayhem they perpetrated after the final night of the Republican convention, and especially their abuse of the Agers, is unacceptable.
If Sununu will not support his fellow Republicans, like Ager and the President, then perhaps it is time that he stop calling himself a Republican.