Republican State Rep Attacks Plow Truck Driver in Violent Confrontation
CONCORD, NH — Last night, WMUR reported Republican State Representative Jeff Greeson was recorded in a violent exchange with the town's highway road agent, cursing at him and grabbing at his phone.
Rep. Greeson is listed as the pastor of the Wentworth Baptist Church in Wentworth, NH. He is the original prime sponsor of legislation which would force New Hampshire schools to “out” LGBTQ+ students. In response, NHDP Chair Ray Buckley released the following statement: “To see a pastor and a Republican lawmaker attacking a civil servant on camera just for doing his job — cursing him out and lunging for him — it’s almost too disgraceful for words.
“We know if this were a Democrat, they would be stripped of their committee seats and pressured to resign. It appears Speaker Sherman Packard has a profound lack of values and moral core. Packard commits one great hypocrisy after another to push his extreme agenda backed by minority rule, allowing angry, unstable men to have their way with the state.”