After Trump’s announcement to visit Rio Rancho, NM for a “Make America Great Again” rally, some liberal politicians, two in particular who are running for Senate, sent out fundraising emails to their supporters on the subject.
In what appears to be a desperate attempt at putting cash in their campaign accounts, U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan and New Mexico Secretary of State rabidly tore into the President.
In Ben Ray’s fundraising email, he essentially accused the President of trespassing in his house (his district), and promised to plan what he called a “MASSIVE offensive to counter his hateful rally,” which simply seems like a fundraising opportunity for his Senate campaign, with an arbitrary “emergency” donation ask to meet a goal of 2,500 gifts.
Toulouse Oliver Sent out an email a few days later, going even farther in her antics to call President Trump’s rally a “hate rally,” and accusing the President of having a “corrupt and criminal administration.” She continued, to call for the President’s impeachment.
She then asked her supporters to reach an arbitrary goal of $7,500 to match the alleged amount of seats in the Santa Ana Star Casino venue, where the rally will be held.
Both campaigns seem desperate to fundraise off of Trump’s visit to the Land of Enchantment, which may show they are scared that the President’s visit will rally support for his “Keep America Great” message, which has lifted America out of constant failure, and back into a successful nation.
The President has so many accomplishments, there is an entire website (PromisesKept.com) dedicated to keeping track of all the winning.
Monday night’s rally is sure to bring out people from all four corners of the state, and show just how united New Mexico is against radical left-wing extremism, especially in 2020.