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Monday, 4 April 2022

One-sided Shootout at Coronado Mall!

Filed under: Politics, Principles, Reading, Self-Defense — Tags: , , , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 11:52 PM (23:52)

More “gun violence” at an Albuquerque mall on Thursday, 31 March 2022, as reported by the Albuquerque Journal, and reposted by the Journal to Facebook[1]

Five teens accused of beating at Coronado Center, by Matthew Reisen, Journal Staff Writer by Matthew Reisen, Journal Staff Writer

At least this time, no one seems to have been injured or killed as a result of shots fired.

Meanwhile, there have been several firearm-related homicides (involving shots fired at the victims) at other locations around Albuquerque — in the Downtown area, for example.

“Rbj Benjamin” posted a comment

Where’s our concealed carriers when you need them?

To which I replied

Concealed carry is not permitted on the property, per Coronado Center policy.

Blame Coronado for this one with their “No weapons allowed on site” policy, not concealed-carriers for their “failure” to be first responders to this incident.

And then there’s my follow-up comment

So when Ross and Morales were allegedly pistol-whipping the Fuddruckers employees, should that be considered “gun violence” (firearm(s) were involved) or “blunt-object violence” (no shots were fired at that time) ?

ONCE AGAIN, we see just how “effective” this sort of “No weapons allowed” policy is (it is NOT effective, for those too dense to understand sarcasm) in stopping firearm-related crime.

As for the “gun free” status of Coronado (and Winrock, Cottonwood, etc.), if someone is injured or killed by a criminal there, and that injury or death could have been prevented had the victim been armed, I hope the victim or their survivor(s) sue the property owners into non-existence.

Something not yet brought up: Ross and Morales are both under the age of 21. This means their mere possession of handguns was a federal offense. ANOTHER failure of the victim disarmament statutes.

Apparently, I made a mistake — per 18 U.S.C. § 922(x)(2)[2], Ross was legal in possessing a handgun.

Still, Ross’ alleged pistol-whipping of the Fuddruckers staff was definitely NOT legal, and would probably constitute battery, if not aggravated battery

30-3-4. Battery.

Battery is the unlawful, intentional touching or application of force to the person of another, when done in a rude, insolent or angry manner.

Whoever commits battery is guilty of a petty misdemeanor.

30-3-5. Aggravated battery.

  1. Aggravated battery consists of the unlawful touching or application of force to the person of another with intent to injure that person or another.
  2. Whoever commits aggravated battery, inflicting an injury to the person which is not likely to cause death or great bodily harm, but does cause painful temporary disfigurement or temporary loss or impairment of the functions of any member or organ of the body, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
  3. Whoever commits aggravated battery inflicting great bodily harm or does so with a deadly weapon or does so in any manner whereby great bodily harm or death can be inflicted is guilty of a third degree felony.

What’s the takeaway here?

The lessons to be learned from this incident are as follows:

FIRST, victim disarmament edicts, whether they are in the form of public-sector statutes and regulations, or a private-sector “NO WEAPONS ALLOWED” policy, don’t do much of anything to deter violent criminals from committing crimes.

If anything, they do the exact opposite — they make it easier for the criminals to victimize others.

Think of them as a sort of “workplace safety” code for the bad guys, making what are supposed to be “safe spaces” for shoppers and tourists into a  happy hunting ground for the crooks.

As the saying goes, “When seconds count, the cops are minutes away.”

But . . . but . . . what about the “NO WEAPONS ALLOWED” sign? Surely, those intent on committing assault, battery, robbery, burglary, and possibly murder will see that sign, and then leave their guns in the car, right?

Well, you see, the criminal element always seems to find that massive loophole in all of the various victim-disarmament schemes called “breaking the law.”

If they’re willing to kill you over pocket change, what makes you think that they’re going to obey your hoplophobic prohibitionary edicts?

As the saying goes, “When seconds count, the cops are minutes away.”

And the reality of it all is this: You are your own best defender. Sure, you can contract the task out to someone else, but that person wants to go home to their family, too. That person will put their own personal safety above yours, if it comes down to it.


FOR FURTHER REFERENCE

  1. Albuquerque JournalFive teens accused of beating at Coronado Center, by Matthew Reisen, Journal Staff Writer by Matthew Reisen, Journal Staff Writer
    Published: Friday, April 1st, 2022 at 10:05 PM, Updated: Saturday, April 2nd, 2022 at 12:05 AM
    Facebook — Saturday, April 2, 2022 at 7:31 AM MST
    Retrieved Friday, 1 April 2022 and Monday, 4 April 2022
  2. H/T United States Concealed Carry Association [USCCA] — Federal Minimum Age to Purchase and Possess Handguns. Retrieved Monday, 4 April 2022

NOTES

  1. Published at The Libertarian Enterprise [TLE] — Number 1,151: Sunday, 10 April 2022
  2. Approximate reading level — 12.9
  3. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs — Bastyon / BlogspotDiaspora*ElloFacebookGabGettrgorf.pubgorf.spaceLiberty.meMindsRetalkSpreelyTwitterVKWimkin
    2. Absurdist Discordian Party of New Mexico — Facebook pageSpreely pageWimkin page
    3. Albuquerque Liberty Forum — Facebook pageSpreely page
    4. Discordian Absurdist Party of New Mexico — Facebook pageSpreely page
    5. Egg McMuffin for President — Facebook page
    6. KCUF Media — FacebookSpreely
    7. Libertarian Second Amendment Caucus — Facebook page / Spreely page
    8. New Mexico Dissent and Expose — Facebook pageSpreely page
    9. New Mexico Libertarians — Facebook groupFacebook page / Minds groupSpreely groupSpreely pageWimkin groupWimkin page
    10. “No One Wants to Take Your Guns” — Facebook pageWimkin page
    11. Resist Marxism New Mexico — Facebook page
    12. Stupor Bowl Sundae Feetball Shoot — Facebook pageSpreely page
    13. The Old Drunken Old Irrvelivents — Facebook pageSpreely page
    14. The Weekly Sedition — Diaspora*FacebookGabGettrgorf.pubgorf.spaceMindsSpreelyTwitterWimkin / WordPress
    15. Vote Dumpster Fire — Facebook page
    16. Vote the Air — Facebook page
    17. Wood Chipper — Facebook page

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Thursday, 24 February 2022

4th Snow of this Winter, 3rd Snow of February 2022

Filed under: Life — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 10:11 PM (22:11)

Usually, we don’t get much snow in Albuquerque — once or twice a year, one or two inches per time, and that’s it./

Still, when we do, it tends to shut down the city for about 12 hours.

This winter (first half of 2022), we have had THREE (3) such “blizzards” in two months.

This one started at about midnight, and ended at around 2-3 AM.

  

  

  

  

Even so, the snow of this instance was already starting to melt away by 4 AM.


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Thursday, 17 February 2022

Third Snow of 2021 / 2022 Winter

Filed under: Life — Tags: , , — mikewb1971 @ 2:36 PM (14:36)

  

  

  

  


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Sunday, 14 February 2021

Snow Again in Albuquerque

Filed under: Life — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 1:10 PM (13:10)

We in Albuquerque had a good bit of snow (and rain, hail, lightning and thunder last night!) over night and early this morning —

  

  

  

  

  

For all of the snow-related headaches, we only got about an inch of snow through it all —


NOTES

  1. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs — Diaspora* / Facebook page / Flote / Minds / Spreely page / Twitter / VK / Wimkin page

Monday, 26 October 2020

First Snow of the 2020 / 2021 Winter

Filed under: Life — Tags: , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 5:50 PM (17:50)

Albuquerque’s first snow day of the 2020 / 2021 winter season is upon us, about 60 days before the official start of winter (21 December) —

The one thing I absolutely hate about snow is driving through it.

It seems as though every idiot, imbecile, and moron in Albuquerque picks snow days to go for a drive across town.

Aside from that, I love snow days. They’re the one thing that I miss from Pennsylvania.


NOTES

  1. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs — Diaspora* / Facebook page / Flote / Gab / Minds / Spreely page / Twitter / Wimkin page

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

[Letter to ABQ City Council] Please OPPOSE O-19-82 AND O-19-83

Filed under: Politics, Resistance, Self-Defense — Tags: , , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 12:28 AM (00:28)

From: Mike Blessing
To: Councilor Lan Sena <lansena@cabq.gov>, Councilor Isaac Benton <ibenton@cabq.gov>, Councilor Klarissa Peña <kpena@cabq.gov>, Councilor Brook Bassan <bbassan@cabq.gov>, Councilor Cynthia Borrego <cynthiaborrego@cabq.gov>, Councilor Pat Davis <patdavis@cabq.gov>, Councilor Diane Gibson <dgibson@cabq.gov>, Councilor Trudy Jones <trudyjones@cabq.gov>, Councilor Don Harris <dharris@cabq.gov>
CC: Policy Analyst Diane Dolan <ddolan@cabq.gov>, Policy Analyst Rachael Hernandez <rmhernandez@cabq.gov>, Policy Analyst Susan Vigil <susanvigil@cabq.gov>, Policy Analyst Sean Foran <seanforan@cabq.gov>, Policy Analyst Abigail Stiles <astiles@cabq.gov>, Policy Analyst Aziza Chavez <azizachavez@cabq.gov>, Policy Analyst Laura Rummler <lrummler@cabq.gov>
Date: September 21, 2020, 11:42 AM MST
Subject: Please OPPOSE O-19-82 AND O-19-83

Dear Councilors:

I am writing to you in order to speak up against two pieces of proposed legislation scheduled to come before the Council today, O-19-82 and O-19-83.

Ordinance O-19-82 will attempt to mandate secure storage of firearms.

Ordinance O-19-83 seeks to create a city ordinance out of Keller’s questionable order banning firearms on city owned or leased properties.

Both ordinances would violate the Constitution of the State of New Mexico, Article II, Section 6, which states:

No law shall abridge the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes, but nothing herein shall be held to permit the carrying of concealed weapons. No municipality or county shall regulate, in any way, an incident of the right to keep and bear arms.

A recent attempt to pass a non-binding resolution to repeal this seciton of the state Constitution failed in the council 5-4.

Let’s make no mistake about it these proposed ordinances are in no way, shape or form about “gun safety” or “gun control”.

True gun safety and gun control stem from the four safety rules, the seven fundamentals of marksmanship, and knowing what is and is not a legitimate target.

If the people backing “Everytown for Gun Safety” truly care about firearms safety, then why aren’t they chipping in towards firearms safety training, as does the group they list as their archnemesis, the National Rifle Association?

If Michael Bloomberg and the other multi-millionaires behind “Everytown for Gun Safety” truly cared about gun safety, they would put their millions behind the construction of MORE shooting ranges, and the maintenance of existing ones. They would chip in for the creation of DVDs and online video shows that provide instruction on the safe and proficient handling of firearms.

Instead, all they do is lobby and agitate for more restrictive laws upon the pre-existing civil, Constitutional, human individual right to own and carry weapons, as supposed to be guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and Article II, Section 6 of the Constitution of the State of New Mexico.

Rather, the legislation in question (O-19-82 and O-19-83) is more properly called “victim disarmament,” in that the people most likely to be affected by it are the people who have the most reason to own and carry firearms for self-defense — the little old lady or the paraplegic who lives alone in a bad neighborhood, the five-foot-nothing 100-pound woman being stalked by a six-foot 200-pound deranged ex-boyfriend.

The bad people (the criminals, terrorists, and violence-inclined mental defectives) whom the proponents of this legislation say will be disarmed by it most likely will not be affected in the least. If they want access to a firearm, they will have it, by hook or by crook.

You see, the bad guys have found this massive loophole in the existing restrictions on private civilians’ rights to own and carry weapons called “breaking the law.”

There are already 20,000 to 25,000 existing restrictions upon the pre-existing individual, civil, Constitutional, human right to own and carry weapons, which are supposed to be guaranteed against State infringement by the Second Amendment and Article 2, Section 6 of the State Constitution. None of these anti-liberty statutes has stopped a bad guy from obtaining a firearm when they want it.

Laws already exist that prohibit felons, domestic abusers, foreign terrorists, incurable drug abusers and alcoholics, and mental defectives from obtaining, owning or carrying firearms.

Laws already exist that prohibit the use of firearms (and other objects) to harm other people (murder, assault with a deadly weapon, etc.).

I think it’s safe to say that all these laws have done is keep honest people honest, the same way locks on doors do.

Those who propose further infringements upon individual liberty aren’t truly looking to improve the human condition at all, but seeking more power over others for whatever reasons. No good will come from these infringements — no good has ever come from these sorts of laws, and no good ever will.

As for the phrase “gun violence” —

Why are not criminal stabbings or slashings with knives ever referred to as “knife violence” ?

Why are hit and run murders done with cars or trucks never called “automotive violence” ?

Why are attacks using baseball bats, pry bars, hammers and pieces of steel rebar never referred to as “blunt object violence” ?

Look, no one is trying to take your government away. We just want to have an honest, open, adult conversation about common-sense restrictions on government. If we can save just one child from government violence, it will be worth it.

Mike Blessing

Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should — you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer — what’s the question?


RESPONSES FROM THE COUNCILORS [2]

From: Bassan, Brook <bbassan@cabq.gov>
To: Mike Blessing
Date: September 21, 2020, 11:48 AM MST
Subject: Re: Please OPPOSE O-19-82 AND O-19-83

Good morning,

I agree with your statements. I do not believe we should impose more regulations especially at a municipal level and when they appear to work in opposition of the United States Constitution while possibly putting more innocent people at risk. I do not plan on supporting these Ordinances.

Thank you for reaching out.

Brook Bassan
Albuquerque City Councilor
District 4
Office: 505-768-3101
Fax: 505-768-3227
Email: bbassan@cabq.gov

From: Jones, Trudy <trudyjones@cabq.gov>
To: Mike Blessing
Date: September 21, 2020, 11:56 AM MST
Subject: Re: Please OPPOSE O-19-82 AND O-19-83

Thank you for your comments. I do not support this legislation.

Trudy E. Jones


NOTES

  1. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs — Diaspora* / Facebook page / Flote / Gab / Spreely page / Twitter / VK / Wimkin page
    2. The Weekly SeditionFacebook page / Spreely page / Twitter / WordPress

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Saturday, 19 September 2020

Messing About with Article II, Section 6

Filed under: Politics, Self-Defense — Tags: , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 10:00 PM (22:00)

A few weeks ago, Albuquerque City Councilor Diane Gibson has gotten herself some no-charge campaign advertising, courtesy of the lamestream snoozemedia [1], on account of her calling for a State-level Constitutional Amendment to change Article II, Section 6 of the Constitution of the State of New Mexico from its current text:

No law shall abridge the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes, but nothing herein shall be held to permit the carrying of concealed weapons. No municipality or county shall regulate, in any way, an incident of the right to keep and bear arms.

— to something that gives municipal and county governments more leeway to enact victim disarmament statutes:

No law shall abridge the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes, but nothing herein shall be held to permit the carrying of concealed weapons.

Considering that the sorts of victim disarmament statutes desired by Gibson and her hoplophobe cronies only disarm those who need to own and carry weapons the most — the five-foot, hundred-pound woman who’s being stalked by her crazed six-foot, two-hundred-pound ex-boyfriend — and don’t actually disarm the criminal and terrorist types one bit, those of us who support and exercise the individual, civil, Constitutional, human right to own and carry weapons for “…. for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes ….” would prefer that IF Article II, Section 6 must be amended, that it should read like this afterwards:

No law shall abridge the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes. No municipality or county shall regulate, in any way, an incident of the right to keep and bear arms.


FOR FURTHER REFERENCE

  1. Albuquerque Journal — New vote sought on firearm provision

    KRQE News — Albuquerque city councilors seek new vote on firearms provision

NOTES

  1. Submitted to the Albuquerque Journal — Tuesday, 18 August 2020 at 8:57 AM
  2. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs — Blogspot / Diaspora* / Facebook page / Flote / Gab / Gorf Social / Liberty.me / Minds / Pocketnet / Spreely page / Twitter / VK / YouMe Social
    2. Absurdist Discordian Party of New Mexico — Facebook page / Spreely page
    3. A Bias Toward Liberty — Facebook group
    4. Albuquerque Liberty Forum — Facebook page / Spreely page
    5. Discordian Absurdist Party of New Mexico — Facebook page / Spreely page
    6. Freedom Rally Point New Mexico — Facebook group
    7. Gun Owners of New Mexico — Facebook group
    8. KCUF Media — Facebook page / Spreely page
    9. Libertarian Second Amendment Caucus — Facebook page / Spreely page
    10. New Mexico Dissent and Expose — Facebook page / Spreely page
    11. New Mexico Gun Rights — Facebook group
    12. New Mexico Lest We Forget (voters remorse) — Facebook group
    13. New Mexico Libertarians — Facebook group / Facebook page / Minds group / Spreely group / Spreely page
    14. Resist Marxism New Mexico — Facebook page
    15. Sons and Daughters of Liberty New Mexico — Facebook group
    16. Split the State New Mexico — Facebook page / Spreely page
    17. Stupor Bowl Sundae Feetball Shoot — Facebook page / Spreely page
    18. The Old Drunken Old Irrvelivents — Facebook page / Spreely page
    19. The Weekly SeditionFacebook page / Spreely page / Twitter / WordPress
    20. Vote Dumpster Fire — Facebook page
    21. Vote the Air — Facebook page
    22. Vote the Air NM — Facebook page
    23. Wood Chipper — Facebook page

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Saturday, 18 July 2020

We The People Rally at 1 Civic Plaza [Thursday, 16 July 2020 at Albuquerque, New Mexico]

Filed under: Events, Life, Networking, Organizing, Politics — Tags: , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 5:24 AM (05:24)

On Thursday, 16 July 2020, I went to the Protest For Freedom — New Mexico rally sponsored by We The People Of New Mexico at 1 Civic Plaza, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Details and pictures follow. All pictures are by myself, unless otherwise noted.

At least 1 x New Mexico State Police [NMSP] officer was patrolling around Civic Plaza in a marked unit (doing laps?).

Several uniformed Albuquerque Police Department [APD] officers were present, watching the event from near the east entrance of the City Hall building

Couy Griffin and the Cowboys for Trump [C4T] “color guard” rode around Civic Plaza on horseback for at least one lap.

Several New Mexico Civil Guard [NMCG] personnel were present on stage, as well as in the crowd.

A camera operator from KRQE 13 News was present and set up his equipment about 15 feet from the center front of the stage steps.

A partial list of speakers follows (apologies if I missed anyone) —

Louie Sanchez, owner of Calibers, was the second speaker (I didn’t get any good pictures of the first, an African-American gym owner) and spoke about the Second Amendment.

Hailey Bradford (sp?)

Local pastor Steve Smothermon led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Greg Baca, Republican State Senator from District 29

Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin, head of Cowboys for Trump [C4T]

David C. Chavez started his speech with the beginning of “Eye of the Tiger”.

The officially-booked speakers concluded the We The People program at 6:45 PM. The stage was handed off to others for the next 15 minutes —

Audrey Trujillo (no pictures available)

Scott Chandler, Republican candidate for House District 32 (no pictures available)

Sergeant Major Hawkins of the NM Civil Guard said that he’s running for Bernalillo County Sheriff in 2022 (he’s got my vote at this point). He also talked about the Lujan connetion to slavery — Don Pedro Leon Lujan was arrested by the Utah militia in 1851 for slave trading.

Dinah Vargas, Republican candidate for House District 10

Mary Ingham, Republican candidate for NM Senate District 14 (no pictures available)

Stephen Cecco, Republican candidate for New Mexico House District 19 [1].

Mike Cordova, current LPNM Bernalillo County Chair, made contact with me towards the end as I was taking notes — he said Elisheva Levin mentioned me to him.

The crowd started dispersing at 7 PM after the event’s end was announced from the podium.

NOTES FROM THE EVENT:

  1. There was a visible law enforcement presence from at least two agencies — APD and NMSP. During the 90 minutes that I was on the scene, I observed NO altercations between law enforcement and ANYONE — attendees, counter-protestors, the NM Civil Guard personnel, ANYONE. So maybe all cops aren’t evil? Better to simply deal with them as you deal with everyone else — as individuals.
  2. Whatever counter-protest group(s) that were there weren’t violent at all, and didn’t seem to have much of a presence. (I didn’t see any, but the article in the Albuquerque Journal said that there were some there, so whatever.)
  3. It started raining (slight drizzle, actually — nothing more) at about 6:19 PM, and stopped by 6:50 PM.
  4. All of the speakers stuck to the general message of “Michelle Lujan Grisham is abusing her powers as Governor” — that’s a good thing. No one went off on conspiracy theories, or called for government to be made more intrusive, more expensive or more powerful.
  5. I didn’t see piles of trash of the sort found after lefty-fascists events (water bottles, fast-food drink cups, aluminum cans, snack wrappers and bags, etc.) left on the ground after the event.
  6. The Facebook page set up for the event advised attendees to bring their own water. I would suggest that for future events, vendors such as food trucks be invited, and that arrangements made for restroom access (there didn’t seem to be any for this event).

NOTES

  1. Mark Curtis is the Libertarian nominee for NM House, District 19. Mark is a good guy.
  2. Reposted –
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs – Blogspot / Diaspora* / Facebook / Friendica / Liberty.me / Minds / Twitter / VK

Sunday, 5 July 2020

Found in the Backyard, Post the Fourth

Filed under: Life — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 4:13 PM (16:13)


NOTES

  1. Reposted –
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs – Facebook Page / Gab / Spreely Page / Twitter / VK

Saturday, 4 July 2020

“No one wants to take your guns,” v. July 3, 2020

Filed under: Media, Politics, Self-Defense — Tags: , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 7:16 PM (19:16)

From the Albuquerque Journal, Friday, 3 July 2020, p. A11 OP-ED (“SPEAK UP!”)

KUDOS TO the Santa Fe County Commission for passing on the purchase of AR-15 weapons for the Santa Fe sheriff’s department SWAT officers. . . . Instead of just waiting, as Sheriff Mendoza seems inclined to do because of “the current climate in the nation,” I recommend the funds be redirected to a buyback and destruction of this type of weapon from civilians who have no legitimate need for them. AW


NOTES

  1. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs and micro-blogs – Blogspot / Diaspora* / Facebook / Flote / Friendica / Gab / Gorf Social / Liberty.me / Minds / Pocketnet / Spreely / Twitter / VK
    2. A Bias Toward Liberty — Facebook group
    3. Absurdist Discordian Party of New Mexico — Facebook page / Spreely page
    4. Albuquerque Liberty Forum — Facebook page / Spreely page
    5. Discordian Absurdist Party of New Mexico — Facebook page / Spreely page
    6. Freedom Rally Point New Mexico — Facebook group
    7. KCUF Media – Facebook page / Spreely page
    8. Libertarian Second Amendment Caucus — Facebook page / Spreely page
    9. New Mexico Dissent and Expose — Facebook page / Spreely page
    10. New Mexico Gun Rights — Facebook group
    11. New Mexico Lest We Forget (voter remorse) — Facebook group
    12. New Mexico Libertarians — Facebook group / Facebook page / Spreely group / Spreely page
    13. Pink Pistols – Albuquerque — Facebook group
    14. Resist Marxism New Mexico — Facebook page
    15. Split the State New Mexico — Facebook page / Spreely page
    16. Stupor Bowl Sundae Feetball Shoot — Facebook page
    17. The Old Drunken Old Irrvelivents — Facebook page
    18. The Weekly SeditionFacebook page / Spreely page / Twitter / WordPress
    19. Vote Dumpster Fire — Facebook page
    20. Vote the Air — Facebook page
    21. Vote the Air NM — Facebook page
    22. Wood Chipper — Facebook page

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