Instead of Protecting the Border, Democrats Try to Take Control of the Election Process

Instead of Protecting the Border, Democrats Try to Take control of the Election Process

Steve Pearce called out Lujan, Haagland, and Small for being weak on border security.

”As Representatives of a border state, our Congressional Delegation should know better than to oppose the needed funding for common sense border security,” said Chairman Pearce. “Rather then playing dangerous political games that jeopardize our security, House Democrats like Reps. Lujan, Haaland, and Torres Small should work with the President and the Senate to fund the government while taking responsible steps to secure our border.”

Senator Udall also supports open borders. As a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, on June 21, 2018, he voted against the 2019 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill, which would have provided $1.6 billion in funding for President Trump's proposed wall along the southern border.

Lujan, Haagland, Small, and Udall are part of the Washington elite and are more interested in making it easier for their party to steal elections than protecting New Mexicans. HR1 was the first bill passed by the Democrat controlled House of Representatives, and it is a power grab: if adopted, the federal government instead of the states would control the election process. They plan to transfer more control to the powerful elite who reside in Washington DC, while methodically taking power away from states and the people. Their actions show they are not interested in helping New Mexico. Click here to read PJMedia article.