LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – A group of Fight for Nevada protesters today took to sidewalks near Rainbow and Tropicana Avenue to “rally against lockdown” due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fight for Nevada held the outdoor rally near Governor Sisolak’s Las Vegas residence to protest the governor’s statements regarding the pandemic.
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Fight for Nevada says it stands alongside Nevada’s entertainment, dining and other essential industries to help keep jobs for families and working class who may sink into poverty and face a burden excessive and cumbersome due to new restrictions.
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During the protest, people also held “Stop the Steal” signs and other Trump signs.
Saturday 11/21 Las Vegas, NV. Let’s introduce ourselves to Governor Sisolaks Prime Real Estate at Spanish Trails and show him the truth about what Nevada is thinking! Tropicana and Rainbow NOON SHARP! #LasVegas #vegas # 11thHour pic.twitter.com/jYHZ0XcRrR
– Fight for Nevada (@FightForNevada) November 20, 2020