Finishing 2020 Strong
By Bud Shaver
Albuquerque, New Mexico- As 2020 comes to a close, we would like to thank you for helping us to finish strong! This past week Michelle Garcia Holmes for Congress (CD1), Dinah Vargas for NM House of Representatives (District 10) and Tara Shaver of Abortion Free New Mexico testified during the final UNM Board of Regents meeting of 2020 which also included UNM President Garnet Stokes.
They asked this governing body to immediately remove the "Heroes Work Here" banner, and for UNM to close down their late term abortion facility (UNMCRH) because the intentional taking of an innocent person's life should never be associated with our state's flagship university's policies or mission. Please pray that UNM leadership will take action to become an institution that values all life.
No More Faith to Action Friday's in 2020
Faith to Action Friday will resume after the new year. We have been so blessed to stand with all of you each week as a light for Christ and a witness for life in Albuquerque. Our group has grown, even in the midst of a lockdown, and we appreciate everyone who stands in the gap for the Lord and his babies. We look forward to seeing you in the new year!
"If we accomplish nothing else, we must succeed in protesting the evil of our generation!" Bud Shaver, Abortion Free New Mexico
The 2020 Election is Not Over Yet!
Read about the latest encouraging developments...
Michelle Garcia Holmes has filed a lawsuit funded by the Republican Party of New Mexico to validate the votes cast in Congressional District 1. As a result, all of the ballots cast have been impounded and are currently being examined after several allegations were raised over potential voter fraud in the 2020 election. This has the potential to overturn not only her race, but also other Republican state district races in Bernalillo County, Valencia County and a portion of Sandoval County!
An interesting development is materializing that may give Michelle Garcia Holmes a special election and another opportunity to represent us and our values in the United States Congress...
FLASHBACK: Bill Redmond won his congressional seat in a special election after losing to Bill Richardson in 1996. Three months later, Richardson resigned to become United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Bill Redmond was a candidate in the special election for the balance of Richardson's term. He was initially considered an underdog, but won by 3,000 votes.
President Donald Trump has also filed a lawsuit in New Mexico regarding ballot drop boxes that may have been used illegally in New Mexico during the 2020 election.
According to the Pinon Post,
"The lawsuit focused on “drop boxes” for the deposit of absentee ballots and alleged fraud that occurred. The suit claims Democrat Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver created an election that was not constitutional."
In addition, President Donald Trump has also filed an IPRA request for information on Dominion equipment used in New Mexico election!
Also, in another amazing turn of events, New Mexico was one of 7 states that submitted dueling electors to the Electoral College on December 14th. By doing so, this has the potential to invalidate Joe Biden's claims to the presidency. On January 6th the official results will be certified. By submitting dueling electors in these 7 states, it creates a challenge that must be resolved in Congress where Vice President Mike Pence will preside over in the United States Senate that may give President Donald Trump a path to victory and re-election!
By Bud Shaver
Albuquerque, New Mexico- Tomorrow is the last UNM Board of Regents meeting for 2020. We are encouraging everyone to join us in making a public comment reiterating the petition request for UNM to remove the "Heroes Work Here" banner and for UNM to close down their abortion facility that is performing late term abortions through 6 months gestation!
To be included during the public response period at tomorrows UNM Board of Regents meeting, you must submit your emailed request TODAY before 12pm NOON!
"Due to the nature of online meetings and the logistics of getting speakers connected, anyone wishing to provide public comment during the meeting must register their intent to speak before noon on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. In order to sign up for public comment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Request to provide public comment at 12/9 Regents’ Meeting”, and include the below information:
Faith to Action Friday
Stand Up For Life in front of the University of New Mexico’s free standing abortion facility.
"If we accomplish nothing else, we must succeed in protesting the evil of our generation! One hour a week is all it takes to save a baby's life and to light up the darkness in your community." Bud Shaver, Abortion Free New Mexico
Bud & Tara Shaver
We are working toward an Abortion Free New Mexico where every pre-born child is valued and protected.
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