Soros orgs that were mum on MLG groping scandal now demand Dem senator resign

On Monday, far-left dark money groups, including some funded by billionaire George Soros, demanded that state Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto resign amid new supposed “allegations” from lobbyists where he is accused of raising his voice at women. Another allegation that just came to fruition was one from the 1990s where a former alleged college classmate claimed he pinned her to a wall.

The move comes as a far-left proponent of Democrats’ pro-voter fraud measures in the 2022 Legislative Session, Marianna Anaya, filed a complaint against Ivey-Soto for inappropriate behavior, which the senator denied. She claims Ivey-Soto slow-walked the pro-voter fraud bill to get back at her. 

The new allegations accuse Ivey-Soto of referring to one lobbyist, Heather Ferguson of Common Cause New Mexico, as “Lips and Hips.” New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence lobbyist Miranda Viscoli claimed the senator once screamed and cursed at her.

One allegation comes from Carmen López, who worked at the Thornberg Foundation. She doesn’t remember when Ivey-Soto allegedly raised his voice at her sometime between 2014 and 2018.

“Gayle Krueger, then a University of New Mexico staff member, said Ivey-Soto in the 1990s pressed her against a wall and screamed in her face. He was a student at the time, she said, and had been elected chair of a graduate student government organization,” reported the Albuquerque Journal.

The dark money groups demanding Ivey-Soto resign include “Common Cause, OLE-Organizers in the Land of Enchantment, Equality New Mexico, New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, NM Native Vote and the Center for Civic Policy,” the Journal report noted.

It should be noted that not a single one of these organizations spoke out against multiple men accusing Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who has been endorsed by many of these groups, of sexual assault. Lujan Grisham paid out $150,000 to one alleged victim, James Hallinan, for claims she poured water over his pants and then groped his penis at an event held at state Rep. Deborah Armstrong’s house.

Now, these dark money groups, who have a political goal by attempting to oust Ivey Soto, suddenly care about sexual assault allegations when it appears to line up in ther best interest — to install a new Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham-appointed senator in his seat.

4 thoughts on “Soros orgs that were mum on MLG groping scandal now demand Dem senator resign”

  1. Kimberly W Duran

    Do some more digging and write about the crimes committed against children by these people. It’s deep and wide. The Mayor of Santa Fe, the MLG, Richardson, CYFD, among a few. This is the place where we can wake up more people. Everything else they will blow off as politics.

    1. These allegations are an undemocratic attempt to “fire” Sen. Ivey-Soto. These “fringe” groups which probably consist of less than 100 people think that their allegations should carry more weight than the vote of one person, than the votes of thousands of other persons. When the legislators allow small groups of unelected people to overturn an election in an entirely different part of the State, this is the end of democracy.

  2. Democraps love to eat their own

    They eat their own, and anything they have to say is crap. They are hypocrites. It’s ok for evil MLG to grope people and pay them off because she’s a woman. Feminist made women crazy and they think law’s don’t apply to them. What’s the matter democraps afraid to throw a womain jail? Does it hurt your narrative? Man or women they need to pay for what they do.

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