On Saturday, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham sent out yet another panicky email, this time warning of what she claims to be “scary” Republican “extremists” working to vote her out in 2022.
Her pretext for the hysterical email came after Republicans defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Virginia’s November 2 gubernatorial election and elected mainstream Republican Glenn Youngkin, who focused on education in the race that swept him to victory.
Lujan Grisham wrote, “The GOP just had a major victory in Virginia. An extremist Republican just flipped Virginia red, and the GOP now feels they have the power to pull our left-leaning state farther to the right than ever before.”
“If the GOP could take blue Virginia, friend, they could take New Mexico, too. Republicans are fighting tooth and nail to kick me out of office, and I urgently need your help to defend our state,” the embattled governor wrote.
Lujan Grisham claimed if Republicans reclaim power, “extremist” voting laws that actually secure election integrity will be implemented, along with Florida-style mask mandate bans and Texas-style abortion bans.
“I can’t fend off the GOP alone, so I’m really counting on you to contribute today,” the Governor wrote, adding she would ram through her Democrat agenda “regardless of Republican pushback.”
During her tenure as governor, Lujan Grisham killed at least 40% of small businesses in the state, forced churches and businesses to close, mocked and belittled New Mexicans who did not follow her edicts, and repeatedly broke her mandates while pontificating compliance to the masses. She then paid off a former staffer $150,000 over sexual assault allegations, in which the alleged victim claimed she poured water over his crotch and then groped him.
Republicans have an excellent chance at flipping New Mexico red in 2022, with the right candidate. So far, Gov. Lujan Grisham is facing off against eight Republicans, including businesswoman Karen Bedonie, Sandoval County Commissioner Jay Block, state Rep. Rebecca Dow, Right to Life of New Mexico executive director Ethel Maharg, failed U.S. Senate candidate and ex-weatherman Mark Ronchetti, businessman Louie Sanchez, former Gary Johnson staffer Tim Walsh, and financier Greg Zanetti. Note: These candidates have been listed in alphabetical order.