People were out and craving some good energy from happy people. We brought the music. People moved to the beat as we walked through the streets.
We’ll see how it goes in a shall issue state now that the “suitable person” reason for denial has been repealed.
I saw on Facebook some people talking about how there was a “pop-up shop” selling Trump-related merchandise in anticipation of Trump’s upcoming visit to Portsmouth. I decided to go down and check it out. Here’s what it looked like, and here are what the owners of the shops had to say.
This is what life is like in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. I walk around and show you people wearing masks and not wearing masks. Also a nice surprise appears at the door.
Porcfest and ForkFest attendees share their perspectives on the event. How was it for vendors? How did this year differ from past years? What was better, what was worse?
A group of about a hundred students took off from school today to attend an event in Prescott Park in Portsmouth, New Hampshire today as part of a larger day of action across the state and beyond. They brought signs, listened to speeches, and signed clipboards offered to them by political campaigners visiting from Massachusetts. Below is the video I captured from the event. It features interviews from young people explaining why they attended today and what they want their opposition to know.