Dean Heller, a GOP candidate who is running in Nevada’s gubernatorial race, refused to acknowledge that President Joe Biden is, in fact, the president, a sign that the Republican Party refuses to let the “Big Lie” of election fraud go.
Although former President Donald Trump has regularly and insistently claimed that the 2020 general election was rife with fraud and abuse, not a single state has been able to turn up evidence of widespread fraud that could have contributed to his electoral losses.
Earlier this morning, President Donald Trump claimed that “Just released data shows many thousands of noncitizens voted in Nevada,” though he did not provide any evidence to support his claim.
Although President Donald Trump has authorized President-elect Joe Biden’s transition, he continues to assert that the results in closely-watched swing states are fraudulent.
Earlier this morning, the president claimed that the results in Nevada are “fake.” The president’s comment was in response to a Twitter account that claimed the Covid-19 pandemic, which has claimed more than 270,000 American lives to date, is a hoax. (The president has often undermined the pandemic response, insisting from the moment the pandemic began that it would all be over “soon,” though this has obviously not been the case.)
Donald Trump has threatened to sue the state of Nevada to prevent the extension of mail-in voting in the state. In an early morning tweet, the President accused the governor of a coup.
Nevada approved legislation on Sunday that will automatically send mail-in ballots to all voters in the state – something several other states already do. Governor Stephen Sisolak will sign the new measure. He is a Democrat.
The Supreme Court ruled in the Citizens United case that corporations merited certain rights of personhood. The decision in this case became crystallized in the notorious phrase, “Corporations are people.”
Donald Trump is the candidate who campaigned on building a wall, but it is Hillary Clinton who has built an early voting firewall in Nevada and Trump is paying for it.
“Well, I can tell you I’m not voting for Hillary Clinton. We still have six days before I walk into the booth. On November 8th, I’ll have a decision."
With two weeks until Election Day, the Electoral College is solidifying around Hillary Clinton.
The Trump campaign claims their candidate jokingly mispronounced the state's name. Sure he did.
There are more registered Democrats than Republicans in Colorado for the first time in 20 years
Iowa radio host Steve Deace has decided on a manly solution to Cruz's unmanly campaign performance by threatening to castrate himself
Although the main seditious instigators are safely behind bars, the federal government needs to exercise its authority and impose some justice on Republicans who incited the sedition from the start.
Bernie Sanders not only upstaged Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, but Republican ideologies that would deny high office to non-Christians
Nobody did anything about Cliven Bundy's armed insurrection, so it hardly comes as a surprise that his son Ammon should up the stakes
The Bernie Sanders campaign is using their record-setting fundraising to aggressively extend the battlefield for the Democratic nomination into Nevada.
In a stark contrast with Bernie Sanders' appearances, Trump was less interested in the issues than in convoluted stories and justifications for his behavior.
On Friday, President Barack Obama designated three new National Monuments in the Western United States.
When the President supported a nationwide ban on "Conversion Therapy", he mentioned the idea of state solutions.