Last weekend and early this week, the Rights Brigade conducted a series of activism operations unprecedented in scope, number, and frequency. Over four days (three days broken up by a lazy recovery Sunday), 17 activists conducted outreach operations across New Hampshire, reaching five different cities.
On Saturday, July 4th, six activists aided the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence in performing independence outreach during an Independence Day parade in Amherst, frequented by plenty of local politicos, and including several presidential candidates. Activists personally handed pro-independence literature to candidates Lindsey Graham and Jeb Bush.
Monday, July 6th, activists performed jury nullification outreach, informing jurors of their rights to nullify bad laws. The operation reached three different cities: four in Laconia, six in Manchester, and one in Nashua. Altogether, that was 11 activists operating in three separate locations, all before 9:00 a.m. on a Monday.
Tuesday, four activists conducted jury nullification outreach in Dover, concluding the four-day operation spree.
It should be noted that even though 17 total activists participated in these outreach events, there were a total of 21 activist participation instances. The difference between the two numbers is because Ellen Blanchard and Don McCollough participated in two different events, and Joël Valenzuela in three.
In most places, liberty activists are hard to come by. Here in New Hampshire, this problem doesn’t seem to exist. We can expect to see more Rights Brigade successes in the future.