Posted originally on the conservative tree house on November 3, 2022 | Sundance
We have seen this before in the 2016 general election when CNN’s Donna Brazille was discovered to have given the Hillary Clinton campaign an advanced set of questions to be asked by selected townhall audience members.
Now it surfaces that in a 2018 state campaign for governor of New Mexico, the Democrat candidate, Michelle Lujan Grisham, was given an advanced copy of the debate questions by media for use against her Republican opponent Steve Pearce. Mrs Lujan Grisham went on to win the 2018 contest and become the Democrat candidate of New Mexico.
Governor Grisham is running for reelection this year against the backdrop of the prior deception. While left-wing media are noting the transmitted debate questions were from the former 2018 race, it’s worth highlighting the larger issue is about the integrity of the current governor. Obviously, Governor Grisham has major integrity issues if she was previously willing to receive and use the advanced copy of the debate questions.
Democrat Governor Grisham is currently being challenged by Republican Mark Ronchetti, who has President Trump’s endorsement.
(Via Fox News) – […] “I’ve never wanted someone to be our governor more than I want to see Michelle,” the KOB employee allegedly wrote in a message to the 2018 Grisham campaign. […] The messages included appear to contain a near-identical text to the teleprompter script for the debate.
“These bombshell text messages show that Michelle Lujan Grisham will brazenly cheat and deceive New Mexicans in order to attain and hold onto her power,” said Mark Ronchetti. He added, “This governor is corrupt to the core and must be held accountable.” (read more)
2022: Democrat Michelle Grisham is the 32nd governor of New Mexico. Prior to being elected governor, she represented the 1st Congressional District in the US House for three terms and chaired the Congressional Hispanic Caucus during the 115th Congress. Mark Ronchetti, Grisham’s republican challenger, is a certified meteorologist and worked as the chief meteorologist for Albuquerque’s CBS and FOX affiliates. He was previously the Republican nominee for US Senate in 2020.
New Mexico – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) holds a 3-percentage point lead over Republican Mark Ronchetti in the New Mexico gubernatorial race, according to a new Emerson College Polling-The Hill survey released Monday.
The poll found Lujan Grisham leading Ronchetti 49 percent to 46 percent among very likely voters. Three percent said they were undecided. (more)