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New Mexico Red Flag Laws

Some bad news for those of you in New Mexico.


SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed a red-flag gun bill Tuesday that will allow state district courts to order the temporary surrender of firearms, and she urged sheriffs to resign if they still refuse to enforce it.

Flanked by advocates for stricter gun control and supportive law enforcement officials at a signing ceremony, Lujan Grisham said the legislation provides law enforcement authorities with an urgently needed tool to deter deadly violence by taking firearms from people who pose a threat to themselves or others.

Some sheriffs from mostly rural areas opposed the bill in committee hearings as a violation of constitutional guarantees to due process, free speech and the right to bear arms. Public rallies were held for and against the legislation.

1 thought on “New Mexico Red Flag Laws”

  1. These red flag things are the real deal: It’s real live door-to-door confiscation. They are just going to do it one house at a time instead of all at once. It’s a claymore mine slid into everybody’s tent and our enemies are holding the clacker.

    Our enemies have been inside our OODA loop since Parkland. I have no idea how to fight these red flag laws. It would be great to get strict scrutiny out of the Supremes pretty soon, but that’s a Hail Mary pass, not a plan.

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