Days after Thanksgiving, there are still massive lines outside of stores due to Gov. MLG’s lockdown

Despite some on the left claiming long lines triggered by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s capacity limits for stores as just a fluke because of Thanksgiving, after the holiday, hours-long lines still remain across the state outside of these stores.

As you can see below, these lines are still forming at stores all across the state, and many wrapping around the buildings. 

November 28, 2020: Lowes at 407 Lowdermilk St, Española, New Mexico

November 28, 2020: Smith’s on 600 E 20th St, Farmington, New Mexico

November 28, 2020: Walmart on 1400 W Main St, Farmington, New Mexico

2:11 p.m. on November 28, 2020: Target on 3550 Zafarano Dr, Santa Fe, New Mexico

November 29, 2020: Walmart on 901 Unser Blvd SE, Rio Rancho, New Mexico

3:38 p.m. on November 29, 2020: Walmart on 3251 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico

November 29, 2020: El Super on 4201 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico

November 29, 2020: Walmart at 4500 N Main St Ste A, Roswell, New Mexico

November 30, 2020: Home Depot at 10200 Coors Bypass NW NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico

November 30, 2020: Albertsons on 3542 Zafarano Dr, Santa Fe, New Mexico

11:00 a.m. on November 30, 2020: 1400 W Main St, Farmington, New Mexico

November 30, 2020: Target on 4900 E Main St, Farmington, New Mexico

November 30, 2020: Smiths on 8301 Golf Course Rd NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 

November 30, 2020: 460 Nm Hwy #528, Bernalillo, New Mexico

November 30, 2020: 4500 E Main St, Farmington, New Mexico

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s office originally said to the press, “The state is not forcing anyone to stand in a crowded line, as you suggest,” saying long lines at stores were just “Republican talking points” that were “politically motivated. Now, Gov. Lujan Grisham’s communications director, Tripp Stelnicki admits there are long lines, but says they are just a “minor inconvenience.”

Many people standing in-line are elderly individuals retrieving prescriptions, and people buying basic needs, such as food and toilet paper. The Governor’s lockdown has even prompted mainstream media to furrow their brows, such as Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, who chided Lujan Grisham for her treatment of New Mexicans on her Monday show.

4 thoughts on “Days after Thanksgiving, there are still massive lines outside of stores due to Gov. MLG’s lockdown”

  1. On Sunday, my wife and I stood in line for more than 45 minutes waiting to enter our Super Walmart Center. We saw several elderly folks, many using canes, give up and leave. There were young mothers trying to keep their small children entertained and under control while they waited their turn to go inside the store. Fortunately the weather was fairly mild. Then yesterday, Monday, I again drove to Walmart to pick up a few more groceries, and again, I waited at least 40 minutes to enter. This time, it was very chilly and the wind made it even worse. What amazed us was just how few people were inside the store shopping. It was ridiculous.

  2. What does this New Ruler care about the Citizens Of New Mexico? Nada, nothing, but her own self centered power.. Basically she is seeking revenge upon those that oppose her regime and cares less how it spills over. The whole COVID 91 is a scam if one wants to do a little research and will find the lies being told. Have here tell just what cases means. Face you that are out there uninformed will only add to the suffering that the Democrat Cult of Mob Rule is putting on all of us.

  3. Queen Michelle does not suffer. She does not even do her own shopping. She just rules by decree like any other petty, tinpot tyrant, and when the people cry out that they are suffering, she claims it is the GOP (as if a faceless political party is generating meaningless noise to tear down her regime). Cake-eating Michelle. Who out there even likes her? She issued a threat that there would be more lockdowns if people did not begin wearing masks even inside their own homes. Can she and her cronies see through walls, now? Does she not know that not everybody has a Ring camera, a home-surveillance camera in every room, and an Amazon Echo? Now there is the idiotic, red-yellow-green “threat” system… And guess what, green does not mean “low threat.” It means “moderate threat.” So there’s NO time when there is a low threat. Last time we turned on the TV the whole state except for Los Alamos was colored red. Our county’s population is very low, very spread out. Yet we are locked down. Small businesses are being wiped out. I can hardly wait for a chance to vote that tyrannical woman out of office.

  4. I was in Midland, TX last week. No lines, No shortages, high school football games, everything open and no problems. RESIST!!!

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