Leaked Audio: Dem Governor Tears Biden A New One, Freaks Out! ‘For The Love Of God’

Leaked audio of New Mexico Democrat Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has hit the internet, and she is not happy with President Biden.

You may remember Governor Grisham when she declared a public health emergency and suspended the right to carry firearms.

“I won’t rest until we don’t have to talk about (gun violence) as an epidemic and a public health emergency. That’s the goal — and if we turn the tide and it’s sustainable,” Lujan Grisham said.

The order also included monthly inspections of firearms dealers statewide. The order was scaled back when Alburquerque’s police chief and sheriff said they would not impose the declartion due to its constitutional infringements.
Well, she’s back in the news and she is not happy at all with the Biden administration and how they are handling the border.

“For the love of god, put [Border Patrol agents] at the border in Sunland Park where I don’t have a single Border Patrol agent — not one. And people pour over. And so I’m cranky with the Secretary,” Grisham is heard saying in the audio, which was first posted by an anonymous account on X.

Part of the frustrations seems to stem around federal officials seizing licensed medical and recreational cannabis at Border Patrol checkpoints in New Mexico. The Daily Caller authenticated the video but did not reveal who the Governor was speaking with. According to their report it was a “high level admin official.”

She can also be heard threatening to write a letter to the DHS for not cooperating with her.

“But the press also knows that Border Patrol is taking a hard stance, and the only way is either we have to adjust it or I have to send you a letter saying ‘you’re persecuting the state, you are not using your discretion, you’re not working with me on immigration,’” Grisham said. “And I don’t want to send out a letter, but I’m, I’m boxed in hard,” she added.

In response to the audio, Grisham’s office admitted the voice on the recording was the governor.

“This unauthorized and edited recording of the governor’s private phone call reflects what she has already said publicly — that she is frustrated by federal seizures of licensed cannabis products in New Mexico, particularly those from small producers. She has expressed the same concerns in phone calls with Secretary Mayorkas,” said Michael Coleman, communications director for Grisham.


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