(Democrat New Mexico Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto)
Election efforts in New Mexico are over target as Democrat Daniel Ivey-Soto (Dominion’s favorite legislator in the state) is targeting and threatening local officials if he do not certify their election results.
Last week we shared attorney David Clement’s presentation in front of Otero County and the County Commission’s agreement and their decision to no longer use Dominion voting machines in their county. This was because by using the machines, the county is out of sync with the state’s election laws. Despite the corrupt Secretary of State allowing this to happen, these courageous commissioners decided to go with the law.
Then we heard on Monday that the Otera County Board of Commissioners voted to not certify the results of the recent primary because the many concerns presented the prior week from the New Mexico audit work performed by attorney Clements and team.
On Tuesday night there were efforts to present the facts to other New Mexico county and local officials. Professor Clements shared an update last night where he began by noting the intimidating actions taken by Democrat New Mexico Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto.
Professor Clements notes that his team has uncovered a letter sent to clerks throughout the state from Senator Ivey-Soto threatening that they will look into criminal prosecution for anyone who withholds their certification across the state.
Then we find out that the Secretary of State just filed an emergency lawsuit with the Supreme Court of New Mexico. The Secretary of State is arguing that the only power the local election officials have is to approve the results of the elections! What if the elections are illegitimate?
CNN reported on the Secretary of State’s action:
New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver on Tuesday asked the state Supreme Court to order a three-member county commission to certify the results of the June 7 primary elections in Otero County — after commission members refused to do so this week, citing concerns about Dominion vote-counting machines.
The action by the Otero County Commission is one of the first examples of a county blocking the certification of results in the 2022 election cycle, and Oliver, a Democrat, warned of the potential for similar moves in other New Mexico communities.In a statement, Oliver said the Otero County Commissioners were “appeasing unfounded conspiracy theories and potentially nullifying the votes of every Otero County voter who participated in the primary” with their action.
Clements points out that the law requires mandatory decertification as a matter of law when the voting systems don’t comply with the law. This is the case that Clements and others are making.
See Clement’s discussion on what is going on with the tyrants in New Mexico.