Instead of taking today, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, to honor Dr. King’s incredible contribution to civil rights in the United States, many Democrats have taken the national holiday to promote their radical agenda to create election “equity,” which will allow fraud to seep into American elections.
Freshman Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) wrote on Twitter, “This #MLKDay, our country is at a critical juncture on voting rights. Let’s not only commemorate Dr. King as a champion of voting rights and racial equity—let’s honor his memory by dedicating ourselves to action. We owe it to the next generation to defend our democracy.”
Far-left freshman Rep. Melanie Stansbury (D-NM-01), wrote on her timeline, “The right to vote is sacred. We must honor Dr. King’s legacy and protect #VotingRights. I am proud to cosponsor the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and was proud to vote for its passage along with the Freedom To Vote Act in the House. Now, the Senate must act.”
Stansbury is known for her racist slur against Native Americans, telling displaced Dinè energy workers to just“sell your art or your wool” to survive.
“Dr. King’s commitment to do what is right inspired generations and helped bring millions fair access to the ballot. We must uphold the sacred foundation of our democracy. It is time for the Senate to pass the Freedom to Vote Act,” wrote far-left freshman Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez (D-NM-03).
Other extreme leftist New Mexico Democrat politicians are sure to write vulgar statements desecrating Dr. King’s legacy by using his name as a vehicle for radical pro-election fraud legislation, but others have taken the day to honor the great legacy of the late civil rights leader who was killed by bigots for standing up for EQUALITY — NOT — “EQUITY.”
Jewll Powdrell of the Republican Party of New Mexico’s Executive Committee said, The Republican Party stands with the Black community, and I am proud to be a Republican. The Party understands the importance of equality for all and what Dr. King stood for. Dr. King was a man who has had a profound effect on the plight of Black Americans. It should be noted that his March on Washington speech in 1963 was an effort to unite a country that was so divided and remains very much so today. Due to his efforts, many of the ills which plagued this country no longer go unchecked, such as the ability to procure lodging while traveling, and the opportunity to live in any community of your choosing. To me, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a constant reminder to appreciate, understand, and take full advantage of everything he marched and died for–the most significant of which, to exercise my right to vote.”
As well as on the national level, radical Democrats in New Mexico, headed by scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver, aim to ram through a pro-election fraud bill in the 2022 Legislature beginning this week to make it easier to cheat in New Mexico elections.