SPECIAL INTERVIEW with Activist Ken Eyring and Selectman Bruce Breton from Windham, NH — BIG MEETING MONDAY NIGHT!


By Jim Hoft

Published May 2, 2021 at 7:30am

On Saturday Jim Hoft from The Gateway Pundit and Patty McMurray from 100%FedUp interviewed New Hampshire activist Ken Eyring and Windham, New Hampshire Selectman Bruce Breton.

Selectman Bruce Breton was the lone vote last Monday night to select Jovan Pulitzer as the auditor for the upcoming forensic audit in the town.

Three other Windham Selectmen selected Mark Lindeman from Verified Voting to oversee the audit of the 2020 election ballots in the conservative community.

Lindeman is now famous for signing a letter just days ago on April 13, 2021, to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann stating he was against any audit in Arizona. This is astonishing! The Windham residents sent this conflict of interest document to the board of selectmen last week and they still didn’t care.

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Bruce Breton told us on Saturday that the Windham Selectmen will meet again on Monday night. The leftists on the committee are reportedly sticking with their vote of Mark Lindeman. Breton told us the community leaders did give time to discuss the vote for the auditor.

**  If you are a Windham resident or from the area please plan on attending the community meeting on Monday night!

Please contact the Windham Board of Selectman before Monday’s meeting.

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For more info, contact:

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** The Saturday interview was sponsored by Mike Lindell and My PillowUse code “100GP” to get up to 60% off of My Pillow products!

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