Democrat Officials Refuses To Enforce Governors Order

Democratic New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham just got some really bad news after issuing her tyrannical executive order.

Democrat Bernalillo County Sheriff John Allen went after Grisham, stating that her order does nothing “but disarm law-abiding citizens.”

“It’s unconstitutional, so there’s no way we can enforce that order,” Bernalillo County Sheriff John Allen said during a news conference. “This ban does nothing to curb gun violence.”

The Sheriff went on to say that the order is “unconstitutional” and that he takes his “oath seriously.”

Allen then jabbed at the New Mexico governor, stating that her oath is not “absolute.”

The Sheriff was referring to Grisham’s comments that Constitutional Rights are not absolute.

During the press conference, Allen said that the governor “sidelined” him even though the executive order affected his county.

The backlash continues to intensify as everyone from the NRA to David Hogg agreed that the governor’s order was wrong.

Think about that for a moment. 

“An unconstitutional approach undermines the important collaboration gun issues deserve, and the important role of a Governor to lead genuine reforms,” Democratic state Sen. Joseph Cervantes of Las Cruces said.

Everyone from the NRA who called the order a “shocking” act of “administrative fiat” to the ACLU are up in arms.

“This kind of approach leads to the over-policing of our communities, racial profiling, and increased misery in the lives of already marginalized people,” said Lalita Moskowitz, litigation manager for the ACLU of New Mexico. “The governor should be following evidence-based solutions such as meaningful diversion and violence intervention programs and addressing the root causes of violence.”

Several legal challenges have also been filed.

There are also reports that the District Attorney of Bernalillo County Sam Bregman will not prosecute anyone who violates the order.

Bregman, a Democratic party leader, who was appointed by the governor, sat with Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and Chief of Police Harold Medina to vow they will not enforce the ban either.

The only agency left to impose the ban is the state police but there won’t be anyone to prosecute it. But the Governor’s office has promised to go after any law-abiding citizen that violates her order.

“The order is being enforced, and citations will be forthcoming from the State Police,” said Caroline Sweeny, a spokesperson for Lujan Grisham’s office. ”To ensure officer safety, we will not be providing additional details at this time.”

Associated Press


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