Las Vegas, Nevada 2020-11-21 21:30:34 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — A group of fighters for Nevada protesters “gathered against the blockade” today on the sidewalk near Rainbow and Tropicana Avenue for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Battle for Nevada held an open-air rally near Governor Sisorak’s Las Vegas residence to protest the Governor’s statement on the pandemic.
Related: Governor Sisorak states that “there is no significant downtrend” during the call to the COVID Task Force.
Fight for Nevada works with entertainment, dining and other important industries in Nevada to create family and working class jobs that can lead to poverty and excessive burdens as a result of further restrictions. It states that it is helping to maintain.
Related: Governor Sisorak issues a disastrous warning against COVID-19 surge and encourages the operation of “Curfew 2.0”
During the protest, people also had a sign saying “Stop stealing” and other Trump signs.
Saturday, November 21 Las Vegas, Nevada. Come meet the Governor of Sisolax Prime on the Spanish Trail and show him the truth about what Nevada is thinking! Tropicana and Rainbow Noon Sharp! #Las Vegas #vegas # 11thHour pic.twitter.com/jYHZ0XcRrR
— Fight for Nevada (@FightForNevada) November 20, 2020