Gov. Susana Martinez has been all over the news today apologizing to the people of New Mexico and saying, “It was my mistake, and I own it.” She’s also insisted she wasn’t intoxicated during “the incident,” which happened recently when a late-night noise complaint was made while the governor was at a holiday party in a Santa Fe hotel.
— Jeff Proctor (@cjproctor74) December 18, 2015
KRQE news has audio of the noise complaint, along with the governor’s request to the police dispatcher to “call them off” and her demand that she be told who made the complaint.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez thinks you can request public records from a dispatcher. Over the phone. pic.twitter.com/L4zVopZlWZ
— StuffJournalistsLike (@JournalistsLike) December 18, 2015
Susana Martinez repeatedly asking to find out who asked the hotel to call the police is a good reason to not let govt collect that data
— Kelsey D. Atherton (@AthertonKD) December 18, 2015
NM Gov. Susana Martinez: "It's public record. Give it to me." NM journos, take note. Hope you never have any trouble with your IPRA requests
— Katie Kim (@KatieKimNBC) December 19, 2015
— Ryan Lowery (@ryanmlowery) December 18, 2015
The drunk Susana Martinez audio on the 9-1-1 call is fantastic. Starts at 1:50 https://t.co/hENDmbAMST
— Matt Spence (@mattspencedc) December 18, 2015
— Jerry Doyle (@jerrydoyle) December 19, 2015
We told you, the governor insists she wasn’t drinking — “except at the very end I think my husband got me a cocktail and that was it.”
Summary of 911 call by @Gov_Martinez: "I'm not saying there were bottles thrown off balcony, but if there were, it happened 6 hours ago."
— Brandon Bowers (@brandonbowers) December 18, 2015
Gov. Susana Martinez knows nothing about a bottle thrown from a hotel balcony but if it was it was 6 hours ago https://t.co/TCet27vx8H
— Taegan Goddard (@politicalwire) December 19, 2015
— Philip Turner (@philipsturner) December 19, 2015
NM Governor Susana Martinez' drunken 911 call in emojis: ????????????????
— LT Goodluck (@theguvna505) December 19, 2015