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He should arrest her.
New Mexico governor pays $62,500 to former staffer in sexual harassment settlementPublic financial disclosures for New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's campaign show five monthly payments of $12,500 for "legal expenses."New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has reached an at least $62,500 settlement with a former campaign staffer who accused her of sexual harassment, according to public campaign financial filings and a spokesman for the governor. ...A couple days later, Hallinan told local media that Lujan Grisham, 61, had poured a bottle of water on his crotch and then slapped and grabbed his crotch through his pants. He said the incident happened "in front of everybody."
Charge the fucker for conspiracy to commit for any crime that takes place in Albuquerque. The lack of people able to stop the crime because of his illegal order renders the fucker at fault.It's more constitutional than his order..
Who has the authority to charge the Gov?
The people of New Mexico have been flooding the streets in protest after the state’s Democrat governor violated their Second Amendment rights with an unconstitutional gun ban.Patriots gathered in Old Town Albuquerque to protest against the suspension of open and concealed carry laws by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.As Slay News reported, Lujan Grisham signed an executive order last week to strip the people of Albuquerque of their God-given rights under the U.S. Constitution.The governor issued an emergency “public health” order on Friday to suspend the open and concealed carry of firearms in the state’s largest city of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County for 30 days.
Who has the authority to charge the Gov?The sheriff in the respective county can, and should, have files charged and make an arrest.
Even liars will tell the truth sometimes. And now I've agree with David Hogg, the times just keep getting stranger...
On Monday, the gun ban’s very first day, democrat Bernalilllo County Sheriff John Allen, who Governor Lujan appointed to office, held a press conference and called her gun ban “unconstitutional,” vowing his office would not enforce the order. “The temporary ban challenges the foundations of our constitution,” he explained, “and I take my oath seriously.”https://x.com/beauhightowerdn/status/1701288668554731646 Displaying dangerous levels of hubris, especially considering what would happen shortly, Governor Lujan clapped back at Sheriff Allen, sarcastically but ironically telling reporters “I don’t need lessons in the constitution from the police.”Yes, Governor. Yes, you do. You need those lessons.Next up, in the face of multiple lawsuits challenging the order, on Tuesday New Mexico’s Attorney General sent Lujan a letter saying his office was refusing to defend her in the lawsuits over her unconstitutional gun ban, because his “duty to uphold and defend the constitutional rights of every citizen takes precedence” and he did “not believe passes constitutional muster”:That didn’t give Michelle very much time to find replacement counsel to defend her gun ban in court, since the first emergency hearing was the next day. And, haha, how do you suppose the judge viewed the fact that the state’s own attorney general refused to defend the gun ban order? ...So then yesterday, quite predictably given the Attorney General’s ejecting himself from Lujan’s crashing political tamale truck, only three days into her burrito-induced gun ban, an Albuquerque federal judge pulled the plug by issuing a temporary injunction pending a full hearing, and all the chaos caused by Lujan’s poorly-considered spicy hallucination was finally over.Lujan bravely delivered the bad news herself, personally, in a tweet that vowed she would “never stop fighting” — with reality, or with the Constitution, or with common sense, or with something, she wasn’t specific...Let us count all the ways this story is monumentally terrific news.Using the pandemic as a model, Governor Lujan (D-NM) tested out using her broad executive powers to declare a public health emergency to short-circuit the state’s legislative branch and unilaterally invoke a hypothetical “public health exception” to the Constitution.But it failed, and it failed badly and quickly.How badly? Even though Lujan’s odious order was carefully limited to only thirty days and one county, frontline democrat officials promptly and publicly publicly disavowed the ban. They didn’t want to have anything to do with it. ...It remains to be seen how badly damaged the Governor will be, politically. But it’s bad. She basically just got a vote of “no confidence” from her own party officials in a story that’s getting international scrutiny. And it demonstrates a kind of profound political ineptness, because she failed to get political consensus from her own people before attempting her spicy plan.The bigger significance of this story is that nobody — even democrats — seems to have an appetite for the “public health exception” notion anymore. If this was a Chinese trial balloon, it burned up, Hindenburg-style, right on the airstrip. Oh, the humanity!
“When danger reared its ugly head, He bravely turned his tail and fled. Brave Sir Robin ran away.” — Monty Python and the Holy Grail.Yesterday, New Mexico’s Piñon Post ran a story headlined, “Amid lawsuits and impeachment calls, Lujan Grisham leaving for Taiwan trip.”She’s literally running as far away as she can get. ...Yesterday morning, five days after it started, the Governor gave up on her awesome plan to end the scourge of private gun ownership. She held a press conference announcing she was “modifying” the now-enjoined gun ban, by limiting its scope to only playgrounds and public parks. For the next 30 days.Michelle did not explain how her new order would accomplish anything except frustrate the pending lawsuits.In my recent battles, I have learned that a go-to strategy for local governments responding to a lawsuit is to tweak the unconstitutional ordinance a little by amending it, and then argue the lawsuit is moot, since it was based on a different, now obsolete law. But rarely, when it looks really bad, they just give up, throw in the towel, and reverse course.It looks like that’s just what Governor Grisham did. She threw in the dictatorial towel, hanging on to a tiny scrap of her gun ban to save face.
None of the politicians care though. And the moron voters in California are too dumb to recognize my genius.
- New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham speaks at the Arcosa Wind Towers, Aug. 9, 2023, in Belen, N.M. Grisham on Friday, Sept. 8, issued an emergency public health order that suspends the open and permitted concealed carry of firearms in Albuquerque for 30 days in the midst of a spate of gun violence. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)https://apnews.com/article/albuquerque-guns-governor-concealed-carry-fc5b4b79bf411b8022c3ad58975724d7
Earlier this month, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM) announced an unconstitutional gun ban for 30 days in Albuquerque and the surrounding Bernalillo County. Following a loss in the courts, she was forced to amend that order, but that doesn't mean all has been forgiven. Far from it. State Reps. John Block and Stefani Lord, both Republicans, raised the option of impeachment immediately following the order, and they're still moving forward with it.
Some ready response Constitutional reaction groups must be in place, much more than the Chinese fire drills of the past, in which everybody were confused and in disarray that the gate keepers were violating their oaths of office outright.