This Christmas, one music video is spreading like wildfire across social media featuring New Mexico singer Ash Soular and “Governor Grish.” The video uses Gov. Lujan Grisham’s own words to show how she’s being a “tyrant.”
The video starts out with audio clips of Lujan Grisham talking about how New Mexicans couldn’t celebrate holidays throughout the year. “We didn’t celebrate the 4th of July,” “We didn’t celebrate Labor Day,” “We didn’t go out with our families,” “and just enjoy Halloween,” “We didn’t see our families on Thanksgiving,” “Zoom Hanukkah,” “So Christmas… Don’t go in person!”
Then the Governor says, “And TOO much shopping is not good,” “And you can’t wear a mask and eat a biscochito!” “Zoom Christmas can be fun,” Lujan Grisham adds.
The hilarious video calling out Gov. Lujan Grisham nails her for putting people out of business, making people stand in-line for food, and her shopping trip to a “non-essential” business to buy expensive jewelry while New Mexicans were never afforded such a luxury.
The video ends with the uplifting message that “We’re taking back our rights,” telling Lujan Grisham, “Enjoy your only term!”
Check out the music video below:
To learn more about Ash Soular, her website is linked here. Merry Christmas!