Representative Janice Schmidt (D -Nashua) is the prime sponsor of a bill that would make it a crime if you engaged with public officials electronically and they decided you are a cyberbully. Sharing an email or phone number would be doxxing. But not when they do it. And they do it.
In the world we live in, video recording in public areas is expected. Amidst all the controversy in the Nashua Assessing Office, management recently decided to video customers in the public service area. Alderwoman Schmidt believes we are recording conversations; Is Nashua engaging in illegal activity?
Nashua Democrats continue to demonstrate what a train wreck their representation has been. This month’s poster child is Rep Deb Stevens (and it’s only Jan. 10th). She lost her mind on Facebook (in late Dec.), claiming Trump voters are stockpiling guns and ammo and would shoot everyone if he lost in November.
You may recall a recent post in which NH House Representative Deb Stevens (Nashua) was outed for her hatred, vitriol and bigotry towards Trump supporters. In case you missed her post on her public, official NH Representative page: Well, it seems many people across the state, and not just in her district, saw this outrageous …