Judge swiftly smacks down MLG’s unconstitutional gun ban

On Wednesday, far-left Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s anti-gun order on Bernalillo County residents was swiftly smacked down by a federal judge.

U.S. District Judge David Urias issued this ruling on Wednesday, which represents a setback for Democrat Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s efforts to address a series of recent shootings, including the tragic death of an 11-year-old boy leaving a minor league baseball game in Albuquerque.

The far-left governor issued an emergency public health order last Friday, suspending the right to openly or concealed carry firearms in public areas, a measure rooted in a specific threshold of violent crime statistics primarily observed in Albuquerque and its surrounding areas. The governor cited recent incidents of shootings across the state, particularly those involving the loss of young lives, as the impetus for this action. Nevertheless, she acknowledged that criminals might disregard the order.

Those found in violation of this order could have faced civil penalties and fines of up to $5,000, enforced by the New Mexico State Police. However, the local sheriff and Albuquerque’s police chief had chosen not to enforce the order.

Advocates for gun rights launched a barrage of legal challenges against the order in the U.S. District Court in Albuquerque, alleging that it infringed upon their civil rights protected by the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

In response to these developments, Republican lawmakers have called for impeachment proceedings against the governor. This marks another instance of Governor Lujan Grisham testing the boundaries of her executive authority, reminiscent of her prior use of public health orders to implement stringent lockdown measures during the initial stages of the COVID pandemic.

Democrat state Sen. Joseph Cervantes of Las Cruces, the chairman of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee, responded, “Federal Judge Urias predictably enters a restraining order precluding recognition of the Governor’s gun ban. Senate Judiciary has recognized even well intended gun laws must comply with the constitution to serve any purpose; and has dealt with those efforts accordingly.”


19 thoughts on “Judge swiftly smacks down MLG’s unconstitutional gun ban”

  1. Why did this take so long? It was an illegal move the moment her edict was made. Democrats watching Democrats is far worse than the fate of any chicken with a fox nearby…

    1. You’re so right, Mario. GovMLG is a threat to all Men, who have the Balls to put her in her place‼️ MLG is evil and so was her former boss Bill Richardson, Top Zorro:
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    1. there are 24 hours in a day… it doesn’t take that long… I bet had someone been ticketed or jailed over this edict, it would not have taken long for the booking paperwork. Enough excuses… Real reason… Dems watching Dems is never a good idea.

  2. Hopefully impeachment procedures will come to fruition before the end of her term of office. A popular theory is that she attempted to curry favor with radical DC swamp rats to win herself a place in the District when she is done infecting New Mexico. She would be a good candidate for one or more of the punishments listed in our Constitution for attempting to usurp it.

  3. I don’t think she understands why what she did is so wrong. She’s a dem and they’re all about “the end justifies the means.” It was either the only thing she could think of or the only thing the people who instigated it could think of. If she was as intelligent as she is corrupt, she’d be a lot more dangerous.

    Also, the state legislature tried to enact laws to keep her from trying to lock everyone up again but that was obviously unsuccessful.

  4. Slap on the wrist for violating Constitutional Law and attempting to take away a legal right.

    There should be actual legal consequences for this, not just a court shaking its finger.

  5. Imagine violating the highest legal document in the nation and all that happens to you is mean tweets and a judge says, “No.”

    But look at the consequences she was willing to impose on her peasants – $5,000 fine!

    What’s the fine for violating the people???

  6. She is a liar, that should be enough for people to not vote for her in any capacity. She took an oath to defend the constitution, whether it is the state or federal constitution, gun rights cannot be infringed on, she did infringed on them so her word is worthless, she is a liar.

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