On Monday, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham spoke to the media in her office for a press conference, confirming to them what many New Mexicans have already been feeling amid the next wave of “Delta variant”
The Governor claimed it was time to make “any number of tough decisions ” and that “everything is on the table.”
Now, those fears are already becoming a reality, with Lujan Grisham’s New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) sending demanding letters to school districts, including blackmailing them into compliance by threatening to remove their charter, remove superintendents, and even school board members.
Sen. Gregg Schmedes (R-Bernalillo, Sandoval, and Santa Fe) wrote on Monday, “.I just got off the phone with the school board assoc. The New Mexico Public Education Department is threatening to remove superintendents and school board members who pass resolutions against masks. There’s also a threat to remove their insurance.”
Schmedes asked New Mexicans to “please call your local board and superintendent asking them to pass resolutions. The powers in Santa Fe can’t force their will on us if we all participate. Ask simply for local control. Let local boards make their own decisions about masks.”
The masking and jabbing fiasco begins in places like Albuquerque, where the University of New Mexico is reversing course from a few weeks ago and now requiring every single person on campus to be inoculated with the non-FDA approved virus jab.
KRQE 13 reports, “In a letter to the campus community Monday night, UNM President Garnett Stokes said officials were optimistic their cash incentive program would prompt enough people to get the shot but she says it has proven not to be enough. The mandate will be for students, facility and staff to get the vaccine as soon as possible and no later than September 30.”
But other places, such as the Floyd Municipal School District are not complying with the Governor’s push to forcibly mask and jab children and teachers. They voted at the end of July to make masks and inoculations optional, which prompted the Governor’s NMPED to send a threatening letter demanding the district submit by August 3, 2021, or it could result in “could result in adverse licensure actions against licensed individuals, suspension of school board governance, and other applicable enforcement actions.”
The school district did not take kindly to the NMPED’s veiled threats and on Monday voted to send a letter to the Department saying that the NMPED did not have the authority to remove the board for non-compliance.
Time will tell what adverse actions will result from the Floyd School Board’s unwavering spirit, but it is starting to grow public opinion, with hundreds of New Mexicans joining in statewide protests against Lujan Grisham’s forcible masking of school children.
It is unclear if the Governor will reinstitute another lockdown, but the last one devastated New Mexico, resulting in 40% of small businesses closing.