Storm the Beaches: Let’s Draw a Line in the Sand

Saturday, June 6, noon to 4 p.m.


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For several weeks, people have asked, “When are we going to the beach?” The time has come! We’re planning to draw the proverbial line in the sand at Hampton Beach during a peaceful freedom rally on Saturday, and we intend to exclaim to those who want to rule over us that we will tolerate their authoritarianism NO MORE!

Please help us peacefully Storm Hampton Beach on Saturday, June 6, from noon to 4 p.m., as we celebrate D-Day and the freedoms that our parents and grandparents were willing to fight and die for, which many have taken for granted. Our forefathers were willing to storm the beaches of Normandy under enemy fire to liberate our mother countries overseas and prevent the spread of tyranny to our land. Let us not lose the spirit that made America the envy of the world. We must have the same passion for protecting the rights of individuals, religious organizations, businesses and nonprofit groups and not let government or unruly mobs trample their rights. Remember, our Constitution was written to protect the rights of minorities, so even if you feel like we are facing an insurmountable force, know that the rule of law and God Almighty are on our side.

Gov. Chris Sununu thinks it is OK for us to stand and watch our children play in the water, but it is not OK to lie or sit down on a beach towel. We’d like to understand the science that His Excellency is using to make this determination. Is COVID-19 carried by sand crabs or does it remain on sun-baked sand particles? Does it travel through fresh air? One thing we confirmed during the 1918 Spanish Flu is that fresh air is antiseptic, and patients who experienced fresh air and sunshine during recovery had the lowest fatality rates at the time. This Saturday at noon, we’re going to sit down on the beach and enjoy the gifts that God has given to us with this natural wonder. We may even build a sand castle. We will definitely draw a line in the sand. Bring footballs or frisbees to play catch. Definitely bring a shovel and bucket as well as your beach towel. Sitting down is not allowed, so we’re all going to sit down at the same time.

We’re not just going to the beach, though. With our Storm the Beaches rally, we plan to draw a line in the sand and declare that New Hampshire is OPEN statewide. It is time to say NO MORE. No more Stay-at-Home orders, no more lock downs, no more arbitrary rules, no more junk science used to justify poor public policy, and NO MORE STATE OF EMERGENCY.

Check back here for more details closer to Saturday, but for now, here is a map of available public parking.

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