The current Senate is split evenly with 50 Democrats and 50 Republicans, with fake "vice president" Kamala Harris being the tiebreaker vote in favor of the Democrats. With Luján out of commission, however, the Democrats no longer hold that razor-thin majority.
Luján was initially admitted to Christus St. Vincent Regional Hospital in Santa Fe on January 27. The senator complained of dizziness and fatigue, according to an official statement from his office. He was transferred a day later to University of New Mexico Hospital where he underwent decompression surgery to relieve pressure in his skull.
Doctors there determined that the 49-year-old first-termer suffered a stroke in his cerebellum, which is the back part of the brain that controls walking, motor skills, vision and more.
"He is currently being cared for at UNM Hospital, resting comfortably, and expected to make a full recovery," reads a statement from Carlos Sanchez, Luján's Chief of Staff.
"The Senator's offices remain open and will continue providing constituent services to all New Mexicans without any interruption. The Senator and his family would like to thank the wonderful doctors and staff at both UNM Hospital and Christus St. Vincent Regional Hospital for their excellent care during this time."
Luján was something of a trendsetter when it came to pushing vaccines, face masks, lockdowns and all the rest during the early days of the plandemic. All over social media, he was touting these things as the remedy for the crisis.
Luján received his first Pfizer mRNA (messenger RNA) injection on Dec. 19, 2020, though at the time he did not specify that it was Pfizer. We know, however, that Pfizer received emergency use authorization (EUA) first, and Moderna's EUA came later.
The same day he received his first shot, Luján wrote on Facebook that he was "pleased" to see health care workers get placed at the front of the line for the injections.
"As the first New Mexicans receive the coronavirus vaccine, I have a responsibility to lead by example and show my constituents that this vaccine is safe and effective," he added, admitting that he, too, hopped to the front of the line.
"There is nothing to fear about getting vaccinated to protect yourself from this deadly disease," he further wrote, claiming that vaccination "is only one tool in our kit" to combat the plandemic, the others being social distancing, wearing a mask and "washing our hands frequently to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities."
Just days after getting his first shot, Luján was sworn into office, having just defeated Republican Mark Ronchetti in the 2020 General Election. Ever since then, he has been an unapologetic loyalist to Big Pharma and its interests.
At least twice since September 2021, Luján has promoted legislation and policies that aim to expand the censorship of free speech online, particularly the kind that challenges the official plandemic narrative.
Currently, it is unknown whether Luján received a "booster" shot following the first two injections. We do know that he has been actively pushing Americans to do so, including for their children.
"He especially liked posting photos of children being injected," notes The Covid Blog about Luján's disturbing social media habits.
"As we approach the holidays, I want to extend my prayers to all the families who will have empty chairs at the table this year," reads one pathetic post that Luján posted just before Christmas. "I can't stress how important it is to get vaccinated and boosted."
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