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In a defiant response to Democrat Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s “emergency order,” gun owners in Albuquerque gathered in Old Town to openly challenge the temporary suspension of open and concealed carry laws in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County for the next 30 days. The rally, which saw over a hundred participants, unfolded peacefully, as police did not intervene to enforce the order.

The governor’s recent move to restrict gun rights in response to perceived public health concerns related to gun violence was met with strong opposition at the rally. Gun owners emphasized their commitment to exercising their Second Amendment rights while expressing their disagreement with the governor’s actions.

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Derek J., a gun owner present at the rally, stated, “We’re not here to cause any issues. We’re just here to, you know, express our amendment rights.”

Notably, Republican state Rep. Stephani Lord, who represents a district including Sandia Park, took the protest a step further by filing for the impeachment of Governor Lujan Grisham. She and Representative John Block accused the governor of violating her oath to uphold the people’s inalienable rights, particularly the Second Amendment. They asserted that the governor’s order and comments disqualified her from continuing her tenure as governor.

The rally attendees, many of whom were openly carrying firearms, believed that the governor’s decision directly targeted law-abiding citizens who cherish their Second Amendment rights. They viewed the suspension of open and concealed carry permits as an affront to the Constitution and their fundamental freedoms.

In conclusion, gun owners in Albuquerque came together to peacefully resist the governor’s “emergency order” suspending open and concealed carry laws. This event highlighted the strong commitment to Second Amendment rights and the assertion that such rights should not be infringed upon, even in times of perceived crisis.