Cowboys for Trump will ride into Santa Fe on Tuesday with a hat for governor

Cowboys for Trump will ride into Santa Fe on Tuesday with a hat for governor

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FRUITLAND – After gaining national attention for their ride to the White House, the Cowboys for Trump are reuniting for a second ride. This ride will take them from the Santa Fe County Fairgrounds to the Roundhouse, where they hope to meet with Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. The ride on Tuesday is the first stop of a nationwide tour the group plans to complete, according to organizer Couy Griffin. The cowboys plan to be on horseback by 10 a.m. and will ride more than five miles to the capital building, where they have planned a rally. Griffin said he does not know how many people will attend, however, he has gotten a lot of interest from people who want to participate. He said the Cowboys for Trump plan to ride to visit the capital buildings in each state. The goal is to increase the voice of the counties in the decisions made at the state level. “This is just one more stick in a fire that’s already burning,” he said. Griffin said that fire started with the counties that passed Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions. His hope is the movement will cause a power shift in the state and at the national level. Griffin said the power is going to shift from the government to the people. “The fire is going to be burning out of control in the very near future,” he said. Fruitland hat maker Ramie Harper will once again join the Cowboys for Trump on the ride. […]

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