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Or at least, they try to.

https://www.nraila.org/articles/20200326/new-mexico-governor-wastes-law-enforcement-resources-to-ensure-gun-stores-are-shuttered

In response to the Covid 19 outbreak, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham ordered the closure of all businesses she doesn’t consider “Essential.” The Governor did not designate firearm stores as “essential,” but many remained open because the Governor’s order did not explicitly order them closed. Your NRA-ILA has now learned that Governor Grisham is making her anti-gun proclivities clear by tasking the State Patrol with driving by gun stores and telling dealers that they are, and will remain, closed to the public. New Mexico residents are encouraged to contact their local firearms dealers to inquire about the potential to make online purchases while the Governor’s order remains in effect.

Meanwhile, in the neighboring state of Colorado, gun stores have been listed as critical businesses and are allowed to operate. The same is true in many states throughout the country. This action by the Governor is not just anti-gun, but fails to consider the need for safety and security in these uncertain times. Please contact Governor Grisham at 505-476-2200 and ask her to please respect our right to self-defense and leave gun stores alone.​
We got the governor we deserved in NM. She's scum.

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So glad I'm gone from that shithole state.
Of course your last anchor baby rino gov susana wasn't much better than this one

But the now demo-crap ruled one that I live now isn't much better as far as 2A.
 

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We have a liberal turd governor. Fortunately he can't do anything about guns during an emergency because NC passed a law a few years ago, preventing the banning of gun during emergency measures.
 

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Demographics

TX and AZ will turn as well in another 10 years once the boomers start to really go. It's going to be strange seeing TX turn blue.
And if we do not do something about it, other states will follow suit. Here in Florida we are being inundated by the "snowflakes", uninformed, and traveling companions coming down from north eastern states running away from the high taxes and controlling laws only to vote for the same type of idiots who created the nightmare up in those north eastern states.

I do not know the answer on how to prevent the blue tide from the north and the liberal west, Any ideas?
 

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When we moved here about 14 years ago, it was clear that NM was a Democrat state, however, it was still far more conservative than California was at the time when we left.

Times change, though. The state goes back and forth, the very definition of a swing state. And Albuquerque goes back and forth, too. We just never know what we're going to get.

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And if we do not do something about it, other states will follow suit. Here in Florida we are being inundated by the "snowflakes", uninformed, and traveling companions coming down from north eastern states running away from the high taxes and controlling laws only to vote for the same type of idiots who created the nightmare up in those north eastern states.

I do not know the answer on how to prevent the blue tide from the north and the liberal west, Any ideas?
Pay white folks to have babies like they do in Russia, but that will never happen.

The thing is that Hispanics really aren't too liberal. The left courts them with hand outs and promises of open borders, but most Hispanics in these states are social conservatives. The left is just much better at promising them the world for their votes than the right.

The left also controls the media, the educational system, and the social welfare system while the right controls law enforcement and the military. New arrivals see the right as the enemy, and raise their kids, which eventually become voters to believe the same.
I used to live in TX, and you typically don't a lot of conservative Hispanics until the 3rd generation.
 

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with the dept of homeland security declaring that gun shops and such are considered essential.......will NM back down or will they push back?
 
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with the dept of homeland security declaring that gun shops and such are considered essential.......will NM back down or will they push back?
I've been trying to find that out. Stay tuned.

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NJ had to let them reopen....................
 
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