On Saturday, far-left State Auditor Brian Colón, who is running for New Mexico attorney general, was endorsed by abortion up-to-birth group Planned Parenthood, which commits over 324,000 abortions annually.
Colón wrote on Twitter, “I’m proud to be endorsed by Planned Parenthood Votes NM.” He claimed that “conservative courts” are ignoring precedent regarding abortion, despite the procedure’s inhumane practice of killing children in the womb — a violation of constitutional rights.
He wrote, “I’ll stand tall” with Planned Parenthood “to be a firewall in NM.”
The radical abortion group endorsed Colón, as well as other Democrats vying for seats in the Legislature and statewide.
Other endorsements by the abortion business include scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, Lt. Gov. Howie Morales, Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver, Public Lands Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard, state auditor candidate Zachary Quintero, and left-wing radicals in the House such as Reps. Joy Garratt (D-Bernalillo), Andrea Romero (D-Santa Fe), and Joanne Ferrary (D-Doña Ana).
According to the most recent statistics from 2019, New Mexico’s abortion rate doubled, while abortion mills open up around New Mexico as Gov. Lujan Grisham recently signed a bill in 2021 to legalize unlimited abortion up-to-birth and infanticide in the state.
Now, as Colón has received the endorsement of the radical anti-life group, it could help his bid for the seat in the Democrat primary by peddling the far-left pro-abortion agenda. In the general election, however, support for the destruction of human life in the womb may not be as kind to him with the electorate, as pro-life Republican presumptive attorney general nominee Jeremy Gay could peel off pro-life Democrats and sway independents.