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Trump Details His Plans To Attack Granite Staters’ Fundamental Freedoms — And Every Elected New Hampshire Republican Owns It

CONCORD – In a new TIME interview, Donald Trump further detailed his plans to prosecute women for getting an abortion, pardon Jan. 6 insurrectionists that attacked law enforcement, leave our allies out to dry, and deploy the U.S. military in American cities — and New Hampshire Republicans must answer for his devastating plans for the Granite State.

“Donald Trump has made crystal clear that in his America, women should be prosecuted for getting an abortion, insurrectionists should be pardoned after attacking law enforcement, and the U.S. military could be deployed to New Hampshire cities,” said NHDP Chair Ray Buckley. “Trump’s plans would devastate Granite Staters, and extreme Republican legislators in Concord are with him every step of the way, proposing some of the most extreme abortion bans in the country and attacking patient privacy. That includes both Kelly Ayotte and Chuck Morse, who have spent their entire careers trying to gut women's reproductive freedom. The stakes are high and the contrast could not be clearer, and Granite Staters are ready to reject these attacks on our freedoms when they go to the polls this November."

Every single elected Republican in New Hampshire should answer for Trump’s dangerous plans for a second presidency:

  • Letting red states monitor women’s pregnancies and prosecuting those who violate abortion bans. 

  • Potentially firing a U.S. Attorney who doesn’t carry out Trump’s order to prosecute someone, breaking with a tradition of independent law enforcement that dates from America’s founding. 

  • Considering pardons for every one of Trump’s supporters accused of attacking the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, more than 800 of whom have pleaded guilty or been convicted by a jury.

  • Staffing an Administration with acolytes who back the false assertion that the 2020 election was stolen.

  • Threatening to not uphold treaties and come to the aid of allied nations in Europe or Asia if Trump felt that they weren't spending enough money for their own defense. 

  • Carrying out a deportation operation designed to remove more than 11 million people from the country — including a willingness to build migrant detention camps and deploy the U.S. military, both at the border and inland. 

  • Gutting the U.S. civil service, deploying the National Guard to American cities as he sees fit, and closing the White House pandemic-preparedness office.

  • At Trump’s personal discretion, withholding funds appropriated by Congress. 


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