5/3/13 1:40 AMTremblay Questions Marathon Bomb Victim's Injuries - Nashua, NH PatchPage 2 of 20http://nashua.patch.com/articles/tremblay-questions-marathon-bomb-victim-s-injuries#youtube_video-14180472
"At this moment I don't plan on asking her to resign. I'm not going to say I wish she wouldn't; I wish she would, maybe, but I don't have a standing toask. She's duly elected and she hasn't broken any laws. Until such time as she does, all the bad taste and ridiculous errors in judgement don't warrantthat. I'm not in any way defending what she said. If I could think of stronger words to say against her, I would, but they'd be words you couldn't print,"Chandler said.Tremblay,
in an interview with New Hampshire reporters last week
, defended her comments. She said, "What am I going to apologize for, askingquestions?"On air, Santilli asked Tremblay how it felt to be demonized over her previous comments.
"If the government had nothing to fear all they had to say is this is not true," Tremblay said. "Have we got any investigative reports on Bengazi? Do we have any investigative reports on Fast and Furious?They are pushing, pushing, pushing to take away our gun rights," Tremblay said about two hours and 18 minutes into the nearly three hour radio program, uploaded here via YouTube."I tried to get on Glenn Beck. He has taught me a lot of things... there are evil forces in the world, and our government may not be in control of their decisions. There is something out there controlling them. It's been a small awakening."
She went on to say that whistle blowers in New Hampshire have inspired her, and "lovingly sent information her way," and watched her absorb it overtime. "I learned really quickly, that even those in the Republican Party are not what they seem," said Tremblay.Tremblay then strayed off topic of the show's marathon conspiracy theory theme to talk about her list of issues within the New Hampshire RepublicanParty,
including removing 189 representatives from serving
for their stance on the Stand Your Ground bill.Sullivan said that while Tremblay does not seem to have support from her Republican colleagues, it's time for New Hampshire as a whole to take astand against her conspiracy theory commentary now, especially in relation to victims and others who were directly affected by the bombing."It's bizarre. On one had you hate to give her more publicity, because she seems to be feeding off it. But on the other hand, you can't ignore her; she's aNew Hampshire representative using that position to make statements that don't reflect what the rest of the House of Representatives believes,"Sullivan said."She crossed a line, went off a cliff, whatever the right term is, it's past time for her to either resign, or be censured, to show that she does not speak forNew Hampshire's representatives, or anyone else here," Sullivan said.----
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 7:20 p.m. to include comments by House Republican Leader Gene Chandler, R-Bartlett.
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