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August 9—Today, President Joe Biden gave a speech at the Arcosa Wind Towers manufacturing facility in Belen New Mexico.

The following is a statement from Republican Party of New Mexico spokeswoman Ash Soular in response to the President’s speech:

“It’s disappointing President Biden used his trip to our beautiful state as nothing more than a photo opportunity. The President’s speech was completely out-of-touch with the real issues New Mexicans face.

He didn’t address our Governor’s failing education system. He didn’t address his Interior Secretary Deb Haaland’s horrible decision to obstruct the financial future of Navajo allottees. He didn’t address our border communities or offer them any solutions to stop the child traffickers, deadly drug smugglers, and cartels who are exploiting our open border. He didn’t address our oil and gas workers, who produce the largest source of revenue in our state and whose jobs are threatened by his administration.

Instead, the President came to brag about his ‘Bidenomics’ which has only resulted in higher prices at the pump, escalating food costs and less money in the pockets of hard-working New Mexicans.”

  • JH Cole says:

    Keep whining and lying and the NM GOP will keep shrinking.

    Until you dump Loser Trump with his 37 felony indictments and call out C. Thomas’s 50 or so “gifts” from billionaires, voters will know you remain gutless and dishonest.

    New Mexico has more registered independents than Republicans for good reason, and you can’t attract voters by staying silent about the rot at the top of the Party. A statement on your fake electors might help.

    NM needs an opposition party that people respect, not a destructive personality cult.

  • JH Cole says:

    The leader of the GOP, the Proven Loser, suffered 13 more felony indictments yesterday and NM party “leaders” still have nothing to say. Count on it, the NM GOP will keep shrinking, the number of registered independents will keep growing, and Democrats will keep winning.

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