Oh, and Tweedledee and Beadledum are appealing: t.co/cPAzlh3txL
14 hours 15 min ago.
Guys this is the evidence the judge ignored, irrefutable proof that Joey Gilbert really didn't lose to Joe Lombardo… t.co/88mBlZzZ3L
14 hours 16 min ago.
"Judge shoots down Joey Gilbert election lawsuit over lack of ‘competent evidence’"
Unhinged 2020 election denier… t.co/ad6oYn4Yb9
14 hours 37 min ago.
@RichardGrenell @joshtpm @Chattah4Nevada @GovSisolak Josh, thanks, but don't waste your time with Ricky. He will ne… t.co/Jx2cI3eMe0
15 hours 9 min ago.
Hi, Ricky, I've missed ya. t.co/phbJ3Vf75v
15 hours 44 min ago.
Shocker that common sense prevailed over, you know, nutty conspiracy theories and "new" math. t.co/VNb2cUKQ1k
15 hours 55 min ago.
Also good to have an AG who can accuse someone of corruption based on what she calls "circumstantial evidence."
16 hours 17 min ago.
"I wasn't being a racist. I was just calling the AG a terrorist." t.co/Ca4urKAnVo
16 hours 21 min ago.
@gottagrotta A president or two.
16 hours 22 min ago.
Assemblywoman Lucy Flores is hardly known by Nevada voters but has a compelling life story and “would have a good chance of winning an election against (state Sen.) Mark Hutchison,” according to a national pollster who surveyed the lieutenant governor’s race for her. Geoff Garin tested positives and negatives for Flores and Hutchison, who still has a primary with Sue Lowden to overcome, and found that she would lose, 41-35, in an initial heat but would nip Hutchison, 46-43, after voters were...
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Fiore bragged about carrying weapons in gun-free zones, mocked governor, chancellor in speech to conservative GOP group
Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, who last week talked about picketers being shot and how she would “hire thugs” if she were running the Cosmopolitan, said last month she carries weapons in gun-free zones, sneered at the governor for making the wrong GOP chairman choice and made an anatomically impossible reference to the chancellor, among other off-color and bizarre remarks. Fiore, pictured at right with her close friend and Assembly hopeful Victoria Seaman, whom she touted in her speech to the...