Maggie Toulouse Oliver triggered after Dems’ pro-voter fraud bill dies

Shortly after the Democrats failed to ram through their extreme pro-voter fraud bill, S.B. 144, championed by scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and far-left Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver, leftists freaked out. But probably the most triggered reaction to that Democrat failure was that of Toulouse Oliver.

On Thursday, Toulouse Oliver sent a frustrated-sounding email, writing, “I am so tired of the obstructionism of our democracy. I cannot sugarcoat any of this: federal voting rights legislation has stalled with the threat of a filibuster. Today, my bill to expand voting rights legislation stalled with the New Mexico GOP obstruction.” 

The bill she supported included unsecured ballot drop boxes, widespread ballot harvesting, automatic voter registration, and allowing felons to vote. But Toulouse Oliver insists her failed bill would “increase voter participation” — although the supposed “voters” she is talking about may be dead or not legitimately supposed to be on the voter rolls. 

“I’m trying to increase voter participation and ballot access because New Mexico should be a leader on voting rights. Instead, the NM GOP killed this bill, without any debate, due to a procedural rule. Why are they so afraid of more people voting?” 

In both the House and the Senate, Toulouse Oliver’s legislation got to debate, but she claims it was not allowed: another lie. 

She went on to ask for campaign donations to “remain the leader of democracy,” whatever that was supposed to mean.

Other allies of the Secretary of State erroneously claimed Sen. William “Bill” Sharer’s (R-San Juan) filibuster of her radical was “white supremacy.”

“Filibuster is a monument to white supremacy. It’s a relic from the Jim Crow era,” Justin Allen, a radical supporter of the bill, claimed. “Voting rights is the issue of this legislation. Fighting it is the legacy of segregation.”

Now, as the Democrats head toward the 2022 elections with a massive record of failure during this legislative session, they are still beating the “voting rights” drum, that not only Republicans, but Democrats rejected.

In the House of Representatives, multiple Democrats rejected the leftists’ pro-voter fraud bill. Those representatives included Reps. Ambrose Castellano (D-Las Vegas), Harry Garcia (D-Grants), Patricia Lundstrom (D-Gallup), Willie Madrid (D-Chapparal), Candie Sweetser (D-Deming), and Phelps Anderson (DTS-Roswell). Are these Democrat and independent representatives also “white supremacists” and fighting for a “legacy of segregation,” as far-left radicals claim?

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10 thoughts on “Maggie Toulouse Oliver triggered after Dems’ pro-voter fraud bill dies”

  1. I am sure our Sonos OWNED secretary of state will go back to her boss, regroup and attack another way to make sure they get what they want, Canada. Wake up NM.

  2. You would think the NM Secretary of State would know we aren’t a democracy we are REPRESENTATIVE REPUBLIC. Of course she has no qualifications for the job she was the Bernalillo County Clerk for years because she ran unopposed.

  3. We The People do Not want your Bill. Clean up all the clerks offices. I’ve verified the cards and there are many who should not be on the register. Do your job.

  4. Democrap sad little hurt feelings

    She’s a typical psycho leftist. She wanted cheating made legal, so her and other psychos could force their way into government. Now just like a lefty she is screaming and having a fit. They hate when they don’t get their way. Poor little baby.

  5. “I am so tired of the obstructionism of our democracy. I cannot sugarcoat any of this: federal voting rights legislation has stalled with the threat of a filibuster. Today, my bill to expand voting rights legislation stalled with the New Mexico GOP obstruction.”
    “Obstruction of our democracy” How? When? Where?
    “Sugarcoat” What?
    “Federal voting rights” Where? This is state legislation
    “My bill” Really? When was she elected as a state legislator?

  6. All I need from these leftists is proof there is voter suppresion. So far I haven’t seen the evidence that these sweeping federal voting measures, or the NM Bill, are necessary.

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