A recently resurfaced video from when Democrat Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was running for the governorship in 2018 shows she cast doubt on the results of the 2016 election of President Donald J. Trump.
A September 7 tweet from Lujan Grisham claims her regime is “bringing folks together” despite her rhetoric bashing those she disagrees with as “extremists” and calling them “lizard people,” among other jabs, such as during her pandemic lockdown when she belittled the citizens of places like Hobbs and Española.
In response to her tweet, Will Reinert of the Republican Governors Association posted a clip of the governor saying at a campaign event, “I am not Pollyanna about any election. I am living in a world where people I don’t have any idea how they could get elected.”
She added, “And I know that sounds really harsh, but I have people say the most discriminatory and racist things to me. I don’t know how they could be elected with that perspective. I don’t know how you get elected with hate in your heart. I don’t know how you get elected with no vision. I don’t know how you get elected by saying there should be no federal or state government.”
“I don’t understand how we have a president… Well, … Kelly is clear he’s the president. I don’t know about Trump. I don’t know how that happened, but it did happen,” she concluded.
Lujan Grisham appears to have turned into an election denier despite claims previously claiming to stand up for “democracy.”