While New Mexicans are being forced to abide by scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s indoor mask mandate, with the threat of her sending the State Police to enforce the edict, Democrat politicians feel they need not abide by the rules she is forcing upon the public.
Over the weekend, socialist Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller was spotted shopping around Albuquerque on Small Business Saturday, but in one of the photos he posted online, it showed him maskless while patronizing an indoor shop. Although he was maskless, in non-compliance with Lujan Grisham’s edict, his daughter Maya was spotted masked-up standing beside him.
This is the second time Keller has skirted the Governor’s public health orders, despite being an ally of Lujan Grisham and a supposed proponent of these mask orders. Keller was previously spotted at the wedding of Shaun Peña, the son of Democrat Albuquerque City Councilor Klarissa Peña.
When challenged on Facebook over the maskless event, Bernalillo County Clerk Linda Stover, who also was in attendance at the maskless wedding, claimed, “[W]e were all vaccinated – [D]on’t jump so quickly to try and make a nice moment look bad.”
But with Keller’s latest failure to wear a mask indoors despite the Lujan Grisham mandate, New Mexicans raked him over the coals as a “rules for thee but not for me”-type ruler.
One account wrote, “Don’t wear your masks anymore people!!! Keller isn’t wearing his and @GovMLG doesn’t wear one. So why keep it on?”
“We’re really worried since our leaders exhibit this type of behavior,” wrote another.
“Hey you are not wearing a mask indoors there…come on man!,” wrote one Twitter user, while another opined, “We don’t have to wear masks indoors now @GovMLG? Or only the Mayor gets a pass? For thee but not for me?”
Republican gubernatorial candidate and Sandoval County Commissioner Jay Block wrote,“Will @GovMLG fine him or call out Mayor Hypocrite? If she couldn’t call out her BFF sex predator Cuomo, you really expect her to slap Timmy on the wrist? Nope.”
Ironically, in a previous video done for Gov. Lujan Grisham, Keller claimed “a simple mask is key to literally saving lives and to reopening our local business.”
Those words are now coming back to bite Keller, who was just reelected to a second term.