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Luján, Haaland, Torres Small vote for Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment inquiry

On Thursday morning, Democrats voted to continue the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, with most members voting for the partisan measure. All New Mexico Members of Congress, Reps. Ben Ray Luján(D-NM-3), Debra Haaland (D-NM-1), and Xochitl Torres Small (D-NM-2), voting for the partisan measure

Earlier in the morning, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made a floor speech, saying “what it’s about is the truth” as she stood by the flag to introduce the impeachment vote.…

Heinrich & Luján: Trump running ‘criminal enterprise,’ Ukraine conversation a ‘shakedown’

On Wednesday, the White House released the official transcript of President Donald Trump’s July 25 call with the newly-elected Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The phone call covered various topics, including Rudy Giuliani, and Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden’s alleged illegal activity in response to a whistleblower complaint.…

Political has-been protests ABQ winery for hosting ‘Latinos for Trump’ event

After President Trump’s massive rally in Rio Rancho on Monday that brought out upwards of 10,000 people, President Donald Trump’s team met with local Hispanic and Latino voters at an event called “Vamos to Victory” at Albuquerque’s Casa Rondeña Winery. 

During the event, Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale and senior adviser Katrina Pierson spoke to Hispanics about flipping New Mexico red.…

Democrat state Rep. wants illegal aliens to teach your kids

Last year, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law the “Grow Your Own Teacher Act,” which is a scholarship aimed at Educational Assistants who are completing their coursework to become teachers, which costs taxpayers approximately $2.5 million each year, according to the New Mexico Legislature’s fiscal impact report on the bill. …

Real New Mexicans deserve sanctuary status

And I’m not talking about protecting illegal aliens…

In recent weeks, 14+ counties have chosen to declare themselves a “Second Amendment Sanctuary,” stating that regardless of the reckless laws passed by the New Mexico Legislature, law enforcement officials would follow what the Second Amendment of the U.S.…

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