LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – A group of protesters from the Fight for Nevada took to the sidewalks near Rainbow and Tropicana Avenue today to hold a “rally against the blockade” due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Battle of Nevada held an open rally near Governor Sisolak’s residence in Las Vegas to protest statements made by the governor regarding the pandemic.
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The Fight for Nevada says it supports entertainment, restaurants and other major industries in Nevada to help preserve jobs for families and the working class that may fall deep into poverty and face unjustified and severe burden as a result of additional restrictions.
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During the protest, people also held signs reading “Stop Theft” and other Trump signs.
Saturday 11/21 Las Vegas, HB. Let’s show Governor Sisolaks Prime Real Estate on Spanish Trails and show him the truth about what Nevada thinks! Tropicana and Rainbow NOON SHARP! #LasVegas #vegas # 11thHour pic.twitter.com/jYHZ0XcRrR
– Fight for Nevada (@FightForNevada) November 20, 2020