Michelle Lujan Grisham, the governor of New Mexico, is still openly defiant of those claiming that her suspension of the Second Amendment in Albuquerque is unconstitutional.
After creating the “emergency order” to suspend open and concealed carry for 30 days, she received immediate pushback from the citizens, the sheriff, and even the Attorney General.
The latter two said that they would not enforce her unconstitutional order.
Now Grisham is hitting back by implying that she’s above the law.
“It’s not for police to tell me what’s constitutional or not,” claimed Grisham in a recent interview after being asked why she instituted the order.
Bold words from someone who is already breaking the law as far as many are concerned.
Grisham also refused to speak to