Anti-vaccine mandate protesters disrupted an Executive Council meeting in New Hampshire, and officials had to be escorted out over safety concerns. The meeting at Saint Anselm College was going to be voting on contracts to help boost vaccination efforts in the state.
According to WMUR, there were hundreds of protesters outside the building, and a number of them made their way inside.
Things got so tense and unruly that the meeting ended up being cancelled and state employees had to be escorted out of the room by police for their personal safety. When protesters were informed that the meeting is cancelled, some people clapped and one shouted, “Mission accomplished.”
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Unruly Anti-Vax Mandate Protesters Break Up NH Meeting; Officials Escorted Out Over Safety Fears https://t.co/R57JSWqovi
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) September 29, 2021
Buckle up for today’s Executive Council meeting on the road at @nhiop — one anti-vaccine mandate protester has said “we will not let them vote!” (on HHS contracts to promote the #COVID19 vaccine) #NHPolitics #WMUR pic.twitter.com/alwbZWt1lC
— Adam Sexton (@AdamSextonWMUR) September 29, 2021