Sun-King Sununu had plenty to say about St. George Floyd and the Chauvin trial (see below). But not so much … in fact nothing that I can find … about Kyle Rittenhouse and the not guilty verdict.
This AM I called the organizers ahead of the #GeorgeFloyd March in Manchester to let them know the State of NH stands with them in their calls for justice. This important conversation must continue and we must constructively work together as a nation to ensure there is change. https://t.co/cHbMLYJFl5
— Chris Sununu (@GovChrisSununu) May 30, 2020
Full remarks from @GovChrisSununu as he rejects the comparison of peaceful protests over racial injustice & the killing of George Floyd vs. protests against stay-at-home orders: "…trying to conflate those two issues, you're missing the point, you really are." #nhpolitics #WMUR pic.twitter.com/h02ZTGSPQw
— WMUR TV (@WMUR9) June 1, 2020
.@GovChrisSununu reaction to charging three Minneapolis officers and raising charges against ex-officer Derek Chauvin to second-degree murder of George Floyd. "Good. It's about time." #nhpolitics #covid19nh
— Kevin Landrigan (@KlandriganUL) June 3, 2020
Thread: George Floyd should be alive today, and while he will sadly never be able to return to his friends and family, we can appreciate that justice through our legal system has been delivered.
— Chris Sununu (@GovChrisSununu) April 20, 2021
.@GovChrisSununu: "Based on the overwhelming evidence, I supported charges being brought against Derek Chauvin from the beginning and I am glad justice has prevailed. George Floyd should be alive today…I join the people of NH in praying for George Floyd and his family…"
— Kevin Landrigan (@KlandriganUL) April 20, 2021