On Tuesday, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s press secretary Nora Sackett once again teamed up with state Rep. Liz Thomson (D-Bernalillo) to mock New Mexicans — this time regarding children’s health.
On July 9, the legal group New Mexico Stands Up! has been delivering cease and desist letters to over 1,200 local superintendents, school boards, and school principles, as well as a cease and desist order to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham demanding “an immediate end to ALL
school and athletics mask requirements, under threat of legal action.”
“These illegal mask mandates are putting NM children at threat of imminent harm. NM kids are suffering from blackouts, vomiting, breathing problems, dizziness, nosebleeds, and other health problems as a result of the forced masking. Masks have Emergency Use Authorization only, and thus mask mandates violate Federal law. We will seek to hold any state or local school officials personally liable for injuries or harms that occur as a result of these mask mandates,” said attorney Ana Garner, who is representing dozens of NM parents on behalf of NM Stands Up!
But the Governor’s office appears to not take too kindly to these letters, with the Governor’s press secretary snarkily writing on Twitter, “How are people this confused about what a cease and desist letter is.”
State Rep. Liz Thomson added fodder to Sackett’s comment, writing, “Low iq voters? That tfg was so proud of?” By “tfg,” Thomson appears to be meaning “the former guy,” an acronym adopted by far-left extremists on social media.
But New Mexicans responded to Sackett and Thomson’s little hatefest, with conservative activist Marcie May writing, “Seems that you’re confused about elected officials constitutional limitations. Other states get it. But New Mexico thrives on lagging behind because we have a governor who is so full of herself that she can’t bear to not be in control of everybody’s every breath. Not her job!”
Sackett and Thomson previously mocked New Mexicans hesitant to get the inoculation, sharing a graphic of someone asking if their Facebook friends will take the vaccine. Sackett commented, “I’m crying but also I want to die,” adding in a subsequent tweet, “Also there is like a not insignificant chance these are New Mexicans I swear to god.”
Thomson wrote, “Yikes. Some education is obviously in order. Unfortunately, all of the disinformation is rampant and strong.”
1 thought on “MLG’s spokeswoman, Dem state rep. mock New Mexicans concerned about child health”
She’s a internet tough guy. But got scared when Barker and real words and emotions get involved? She cried after the fact too.
You think she would learn to be more low key by now.
If this is what they’re talking about in a public space, imagine what’s shared via emails and private convos? Many of these convos got deleted too. Great oversight they have over there.