[Ed. – Her picture should appear next to the dictionary definition of ‘chutzpah.’]
Earlier this year New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham pulled National Guard troops from the southern U.S. border in protest of President Donald Trump’s “charade of border fear-mongering.”
“I reject the federal contention that there exists an overwhelming national security crisis at the Southern border,” the Democrat governor adamantly said to the media at the time, adding that the southern U.S. border boasts “some of the safest communities in the country” …
She even put out a video mocking the president’s call for a border wall:
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Three months have passed since that eventful day, and much has changed, including her attitude.
During a visit last week to Washington, D.C., she reportedly requested that the federal government reimburse communities in her state for the money they’ve expended taking care of the illegals aliens who were able to cross the unsecured southern border and set up shop in their communities.
She also reportedly complained about the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw U.S. Border Patrol agents from interior checkpoints along the southern border in New Mexico.