On Wednesday, far-left Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver appeared on at least two programs on CNN and MSNBC to discuss her legal actions taken against the Otero County Commission, which refused to certify the June 7, 2022, Primary Election.
While speaking with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, Toulouse Oliver disclosed that she will be making a referral to the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office recommending the removal and prosecution of the three members who unanimously voted against certification.
Toulouse Oliver said, “We’re going to be making that referral shortly, and quite frankly, criminal prosecution is on the list, as well as removal from office for these commissioners who are violating the law.”
Although the three commissioners did not list a specific instance of potential fraud, they did claim that they had concerns regarding voters being incorrectly registered and potential issues with Dominion tabulator machines.
On Wednesday, the state Supreme Court ordered them to certify the election results by Friday. It is unlikely that will happen since the Commission’s chairwoman, Vickie Marquardt, said she would be in Santa Fe at a meeting, while Commissioner Gerald Matherly would be out of town, and Commissioner Couy Griffin has already left the state for Washington, D.C. to attend sentencing hearings of fellow January 6 defendants.