United States Senate

NM Democrat Senate candidates use migrant children as political props

This week, the two Democrats seeking the Democrat nomination for U.S. Senate in New Mexico, Rep. Ben Ray Luján and Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver have been pounding the immigration issue hard, making outlandish accusations against President Donald Trump, and frivolously claiming that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is “assaulting” people. …

Ben Ray Luján Lies and Virtue Signals His Way Through Speech

This past week, Ben Ray Luján has been busy exploiting gunned-down ex-congresswomen for endorsements, introducing Green New Steal-esque legislation, and giving a speech at the “MetaECHO” medical conference. Although he was there to laud the organization’s work, he couldn’t resist talking about himself, spewing falsities, and bringing up his late father every other second.…

Ben Ray Luján Deceives New Mexicans With PAC Funding Pledge

Yesterday, Ben Ray Luján bragged in the rabidly left-wing NM Political Report (which is run by ThinkProgress), that his “campaign for the U.S. Senate will not accept corporate PAC (political action committee) money.” Ben Ray is using this sad Democrat tactic to make him seem like he is a “man of the people” by bashing Mitch McConnell for what he thinks is his  “refusal to address our broken campaign finance system.”…

While Illegals Ravage Southern Border, Luján Panders to ‘Climate Change’ Activists

This week, over 720 migrants were apprehended at New Mexico’s southern border in the span of 24 hours. Otero County just called for a state of emergency due to closures by Border Patrol because of the crisis. While illegals invading our border threatens New Mexicans’ safety and well-being, citizens are suffering from rampant drug abuse and poverty, and our state continues into decline, Ben Ray Luján is dealing with his top priority: climate change. …

By electing AWOL U.S. Rep Luján to Senate, we’ll see EVEN LESS of him

The Founders’ intent for the United States House of Representatives was to be the chamber “closest to the people,” which is why members of the lower chamber were given 2-year terms, where representatives have to talk to constituents on a consistent basis to keep the public’s trust and to ensure they are working in the well-being of THE PEOPLE.…

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