Co-host of “Outnumbered” Emily Compagno joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to share her thoughts on New Mexico Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s temporary gun suspension that was recently enacted under an emergency public health order.

“She’s now the defendant in four different federal lawsuits. She has a sheriff that says, I’m not going to enforce this. And she is probably happily content in the knowledge that this emergency decree is, in fact, unconstitutional. My biggest gripe about this as an attorney, as an advocate, as an American citizen who loves my Second Amendment right, is that she’s now taking all of the attention and all of the time away from those who actually need it, because the amount of resources that are now going into ensuring that the courts confirm this is unconstitutional means that, for example, the super high domestic violence rate in her state goes unnoticed. The massively disproportionate indigenous women’s victims statistic in her state goes massively unattended. The list goes on. So she’s virtue signaling and she’s saying, I’m making this all about, you know, again, the gun ownership and the getting them off the streets or whatever. She’s making it about herself in a really perverted way. And I’m sick and tired of having to take every single one of these liberal, Left elected officials back to civics to explain what the Second Amendment is for and what it does not do and what it does do.”

Plus, Emily tells us about the latest episode of “The Fox True Crime Podcast”. To hear what else she had to say, listen to the podcast!