On Monday, the Democrat Party of New Mexico (DPNM) announced that far-left U.S. Reps. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Jamie Raskin (D-MD) would headline a “virtual” fundraiser Wednesday along with dark money George Soros group League of Conservation Voters on behalf of Democrats Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver and Gabe Vasquez, who is running for Congress in the Second Congressional District.
DPNM added that Reps. Melanie Stansbury of the First District and Teresa Leger Fernandez of the Third District would also be in attendance to raise cash for the far-left candidates.
The leftist congressional representatives are joining the event put together by a radical group called “The Next 50,” which attempts to elect candidates who support “justice, equity, and opportunity for all.”
Regarding Vasquez, the group openly admits that gerrymandering allowed the Second District to be more attainable for Democrats this year, writing, “Due to redistricting, NM-02 is in play again.” Vasquez is a known anti-American radical who thinks the United States is a racist nation. Yet, now he wants to serve in the U.S. Congress.
The group wrote regarding Toulouse Oliver, “We cannot take any secretary of state seat for granted, especially in a year that Democrats are facing headwinds and in a state that had a Republican governor as recently as 2018.”
Toulouse Oliver supports radical policies to remove protections from New Mexico’s election system that will implement more fraud into the state’s voting processes. She has taken money from dark money groups, including the League of Conservation Voters, despite claiming to be against dark money.
Schiff peddled conspiracy theories about the 2016 election and was a main player in the “Russia Hoax,” which resulted in no findings of so-called “collusion” between President Donald Trump and Russians.
Also dubbed “Little Pencil Neck” by Trump, Schiff was one of the masterminds behind the two impeachment hoaxes that both exonerated Trump from wrongdoing.