‘Back the Blue’; Protest leads to a packed park

  • People from across the county gather to support the police at Fire and Ice Park, while this was a Republican protest law enforcement showed up and thanked the community for their support. Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace and congressional candidate Yvette Herrell (left) address the crowd as did many others at the event. Courtesy photo
    People from across the county gather to support the police at Fire and Ice Park, while this was a Republican protest law enforcement showed up and thanked the community for their support. Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace and congressional candidate Yvette Herrell (left) address the crowd as did many others at the event. Courtesy photo
GRANTS, N.M. – The Cibola County Republican Party held a protest in support of the police, in contrast to protests across the country to defund the police. The protests took place on September 22, with a large crowd in attendance, with elements of limited social distancing and few masks in sight. The crowd was made up of citizens from across the county and in some cases from across the state…

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