MLG claims ads hitting her on wasteful spending are ‘misleading’

On Thursday, far-left Democrat Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who has been under fire from Republican Governors Association (RGA)-affiliated groups for her lavish spending, once again slapped down claims in the attempt to raise more campaign money.

She sent out a fundraising email claiming the ads which pointed out she misused thousands of dollars in taxpayer money were “misleading attack ads” in the attempt to replace her with moderate Republican Mark Ronchetti, who she claims is a “far-right radical.”

Previously, the Governor claimed in a response to the RGA ads that claims of her wasteful spending were “nonsense.”

But reports show that she spent at least “$17,546 on food, alcohol, kitchen equipment, and Christmas ornaments,” according to an audit of her lavish spending.

In the ad responding to criticisms, an announcer said, “Have you seen this ad attacking Governor Luhan Grisham, but expensive steaks and alcohol for her friends? It’s nonsense.”

The RGA launched a subsequent ad hitting the scandal-ridden governor for her tone-deaf response.

The group claimed Lujan Grisham was “living large on our dime.” Watch the latest ad here:

2 thoughts on “MLG claims ads hitting her on wasteful spending are ‘misleading’”

  1. To MLG from Pink Floyd’s “The Wall:”
    “ Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash.
    New car, caviar, four star, daydream …”

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