Gabe Vasquez silent as NM Dems fling 2024 endorsements at Biden

On Tuesday, Joe Biden announced another run for the presidency in 2024 without a formal announcement rally but rather a video touting his support for abortion and weaker election laws. 

Naturally, former 2020 vice-presidential shortlisted Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico has already endorsed the octogenarian.

“I’m proud to stand with @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris in their reelection campaign – standing together to protect our democracy and freedoms,” she wrote on Twitter.

Far-left U.S. Rep. Teresa Leger de Fernandez (D-NM-03) wrote on Twitter, “Nuevo Mexico, estamos listos para cumplir el trabajo,” which translates to “New Mexico, we are ready to get the job done!”

Other far-left U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury (D-NM-01) wrote, “In 2024 we’re going to take back the #USHouse, hold our Senate majority, and re-elect @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris.”

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) wrote, “Historic investments in infrastructure and our climate, 12.4 million new jobs, and the first gun safety reform in decades–just to name a few. We must keep going forward, so let’s finish the job and send @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris back to the White House!” 

U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) praised Biden for choosing staffer Julie Chávez Rodríguez as his new campaign manager in his endorsement.

He wrote, “Julie Chávez Rodríguez is a proven leader and organizer, and it’s great to see her continue her family’s legacy of public service. Excellent first hire.”

Noticeably silent was far-left U.S. Rep. Gabe Vasquez, who has yet to endorse Biden for his 2024 shot at the presidency. It is unclear why he is the lone member of New Mexico’s all-Democrat congressional delegation not to endorse, but it could be the same reason former Rep. Xochitl Torres Small was reluctant to endorse Biden in 2020, with him being wildly unpopular across the nation. 

A recent USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll found that of those who voted for Biden in 2020, 40 percent of them said he should not run for another term. What is more devastating to the octogenarian is that 35 percent of respondents said they would vote for a third-party candidate over Biden, even if it meant President Donald Trump would win the White House again.


10 thoughts on “Gabe Vasquez silent as NM Dems fling 2024 endorsements at Biden”

  1. Of course the Soros funded Marxist that run New Mexico are going to support the guy Soros hired to be president. As far as Vasquez goes, he maybe waiting to see who the Communists will be running.

  2. Vasquez knows that Biden is wildly unpopular in his district—–CD2. To endorse Biden would be the kiss of death for Gabe Vasquez.

  3. why would an elected American make comments in Spanish. Go to a Spanish speaking country you sorry POS. Of course our NM officials are all on the killing of babies and cheating on elections. Be proud when we are under the NWO and speaking Mandarin.

    1. He is speaking Spanish because he chooses to not because he doesn’t know English. He probably reads and writes it as well because he chose to learn it. Oh my, you’re probably just upset because you don’t understand what is being said because you chose to be limited to just one of the many languages spoken across this country by all the smart people who chose to learn more than just one.
      Spanish was spoken in this country long before all the foreigners came here speaking English. Learn it or continue being limited by your small mind and speaking only one language.

      1. If he wants to talk to all of his constituents. He should speak English. I do not care . The American Indian lanquage was spoken here before the Mexican language not Spanish.

  4. G. Matthew Allen

    Interesting that I sent Ben Ray Lujan a letter with specific requests for help regarding the burned timber in the Las Vegas fire. In lieu of a response to my questions, I received a form letter touting all he has done to help the environments. No response at all to my actual letter.

    We need change. We need to replace all of our congressional representatives. Of course, his letter was better than I got from ANY of my other congressional “respresentatives”. I got nothing at all from them.

  5. To help, “3rd world leaders” would be defined as leaders who are not aligned with US(1st world) or Soviet (2nd world) interests. Kind of old school commenting. Maybe “shitehead leaders”…

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