On Tuesday, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham sent out yet another fundraising email, this time trying to claim her administration has been a success on three major issues: abortion, recreational marijuana, and taxpayer-funded “free” college programs.
She spoke about how her signing of a 2021 bill to legalize abortion up-to-birth and infanticide was a “safeguard” for the ability to kill more children in the womb in New Mexico.
Lujan Grisham wrote, “I safeguarded our reproductive rights as the GOP attempted to enact near-total abortion bans in other states.”
Regarding pot legalization, she wrote, “I legalized cannabis to take a step toward ending the war on drugs, which has disproportionately harmed Black and brown communities.”
Lastly, she wrote, “I just signed a bill that will provide free higher education to every New Mexico student – opening doors for a generation of young adults.” This program costs the taxpayers a recurring $75 million, which in times of economic crisis will require tax increases to fund.
Lujan Grisham did not, however, talk about the 40% of small businesses killed under her pandemic lockdowns, the high pandemic virus numbers despite stringent mandates, or New Mexico having the highest unemployment rate in the United States.
Under her tenure, other than mass economic devastation, the Governor faced scandal after scandal, including a $150,000 payoff from campaign funds to a sexual abuse victim who claims she groped him. At the Children, Youth, and Families Department, important records were being deleted while whistleblowers who sounded the alarm got fired.
The Department of Workforce Solutions also had hundreds of millions of dollars missing while she paid people not to work during her pandemic lockdown — further exacerbating the economic devastation.
But despite these grievous offenses in office and more, Lujan Grisham is banging the drum on her legislative record of killing more babies up to the date of their birth, legalizing drugs, and forcing New Mexico’s already impoverished taxpayers to fork over more dough for “free” college programs.
Lujan Grisham faces multiple GOP opponents, one of which will be selected on the June 7 primary to take her out. Multiple Libertarians are also running for the nomination, showing a competitive race to defeat the scandal-ridden Governor in November.