Political Sabotage? Dem Rep. Chris Pappas Accuses Biden of Undermining NH Primary!

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Joe Biden’s recent moves in the political world have shown us all one thing – he won’t put American interests before his own. His latest “victim” on this issue is New Hampshire Representative Chris Pappas, who was inexplicably left frustrated by the latest move made by the Biden administration. One thing is for sure – Biden is making enemies, both at home and abroad, at a rapid pace and does not show any signs of slowing down.

Last week, Democratic New Hampshire Rep. Chris Pappas called his party’s decision to cancel the state’s historic first-in-the-nation primary status a “betrayal” supported by President Joe Biden. The move was shocking and angered many constituents of the Keene state, especially considering its importance on the national stage in setting precedents for so many presidential elections. Pappas quickly found himself commiserating with countless other Americans who have felt betrayed or sidelined by the administration.

Daily caller reports, Chris Pappas, a Democrat from New Hampshire, called the party’s decision to eliminate the state’s first-in-the-nation status a “betrayal” orchestrated by President Joe Biden.

In the 2020 New Hampshire primary, Biden finished fifth without receiving any pledged delegates. Prior to the Granite State contest, he had ended his 2008 White House bid.

In an interview with local ABC affiliate WMUR on Sunday, Pappas said: “The New Hampshire primary is part of who we are. It helps define the kind of democracy, the direct democracy, that we have, that still flourishes today in New Hampshire.”

As a result of Biden’s lobbying campaign, the DNC determined to hold its first primary in South Carolina, followed by New Hampshire and Nevada.

A Republican legislature and GOP Gov. Chris Sununu have said they will not amend New Hampshire law, which requires the state to hold the nation’s first primary. In the event that New Hampshire holds its primary outside of the approved order, the Democratic Party could strip some or all of the delegates from the state’s convention.

In the aftermath of the 2020 primaries, the DNC committed to “diversifying” its nomination process. A series of technical snafus and a fourth-place finish from the now-president also led to the caucus losing its first-in-the-nation status.

Welcome to New Hampshire! As we’ve seen around this country, our current administration has thrown American citizens under the bus to get what they want. But now with New Hampshire out of the limelight, it’s increasingly important for Republicans to stay aware and continue fighting for a strong showing in the state. Rep. Pappas made it clear that by New Hampshire not being the front running state that puts democratic delegates at risk of losing their seats, this is a wonderful opportunity for the republican party to rally voters and capitalize on a local level in that state.

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