MLG’s Enviro Dept. awards far-left Dem lawmaker for pushing her agenda

Although New Mexico’s state agencies are supposedly meant to be nonpartisan, since they are taxpayer-funded, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s administration is flagrantly changing that. 

Other than her revolving door of cabinet members flooding in and out of her controversy-driven administration, Lujan Grisham’s Environment Department is now giving awards to far-left Democrats.

On Thursday, first-term state Sen. Diah Correa Hemphill, a far-left abortion up-to-birth Democrat, was given the “Champion of Protecting Public Health and Environment Award” from the Department. 

Hemphill wrote on Twitter, “I was honored to receive the New Mexico Environment Department’s 2022 Champion in Protecting Public Health and Environment award for supporting the Governor’s initiatives to protect and restore the environment and foster a healthy and prosperous New Mexico for present and future generations.” She thanked James Kenney, the Environment Department’s secretary.

Kenney wrote in reply, “Congratulations and well deserved Senator! Thank you for all you do to support the mission of the @NMEnvDep!”

The extreme left-wing senator supported all the farthest left proposals in the legislature, including one that would result in an at least 50 cent-per-gallon increase in gas prices.

The Environment Department’s official account retweeted Hemphill, replying with a “First Place” emoji and clapping emojis. 

One commenter on Twitter noted, “Well I gotta hand it to Siah. At least she admits that she got the legislative equivalent of a participation trophy. I didn’t alter one word, just erased the sugar.” 

2 thoughts on “MLG’s Enviro Dept. awards far-left Dem lawmaker for pushing her agenda”

  1. NMED and EPA are both froth with political non-scientific everyday decisions. That combined with low employee intellectual… what do you expect. The voice of personal first hand experience!!!

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