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THREE DEMOCRATS SUE NEVADA GOV. BRIAN SANDOVAL OVER GUN BACKGROUND CHECK LAW

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  • lawsuit filed against Gov. Brian Sandoval by Dale Zusi, Vicki Delatorre and Sydney Gordon was filed Thursday in Clark County District Court.
  • The lawsuit says the case “is about the refusal of the Governor of Nevada to discharge one of his most fundamental constitutional obligations — to see that the laws of this state are faithfully executed.”

 

CARSON CITY — A lawsuit has been filed against Gov. Brian Sandoval over the state’s failure to implement a private gun sale background check approved by voters in November 2016.

The lawsuit on behalf of Nevada residents Dale Zusi, Vicki Delatorre and Sydney Gordon was filed Thursday in Clark County District Court.

The lawsuit says the case “is about the refusal of the Governor of Nevada to discharge one of his most fundamental constitutional obligations — to see that the laws of this state are faithfully executed.”

The law requiring background checks on private sales has not been implemented because the state is unable to perform the checks based on the ballot language and the FBI has twice refused to conduct the checks.

Attorney General Adam Laxalt, who is also named in the lawsuit, said in a legal opinion on Thursday that Sandoval has the authority to again ask the FBI to perform the checks.

Attorneys for the background check ballot initiative said they informed the governor for months that he could start working with the FBI immediately to implement the background check law. Before last week’s mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, the attorneys said they set an Oct. 9 deadline for implementation that they would go to court if the law was not implemented.

The group Everytown for Gun Safety praised the decision to file the lawsuit.

Read more: Nevadans sue Governor Sandoval over gun background check law

 

 

 

NV ATTORNEY GENERAL ADAM LAXALT AND FAMILY GETTING DEATH THREATS FROM CRAZY ANTI-GUN ADVOCATE GROUPS

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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and his family are getting death threats after Las Vegas massacre and not supporting anti-gun Question One in 2016.

Laxalt told Neil Cavuto on Friday his wife and one and four-year-old daughters were getting death threats after the Las Vegas massacre by killer Stephen Paddock.

Neil Cavuto: It doesn’t appear a background check would have prevented him from getting any of the guns he did, right?

Adam Laxalt: You know Neil I’ve been down on the scene with the sheriff and the head of the FBI since one o’clock on Monday and we’re working around the clock to try to deal with one of the most horrific tragedies our state has ever faced. And to have the Question One advocates somehow try to push this on me when it’s crystal clear background checks were performed and would not have prevented this is absolutely appalling and led to a death threat on my wife and my four-year-old and one-year-old girls.

 

 

 

DMV BEHIND VOTER FRAUD IN NEVADA – EMPLOYEES OFFER NON-CITIZEN DMV CUSTOMERS VOTER REGISTRATION FORM

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The DMV was another government agent used by the Democrats to commit massive voter fraud in Nevada last 2016 election. DMV’s employees offer voter registration materials to DMV customers whom they know to be non-citizens based on their presentation of a Green Card for identification purposes. Remember, illegal aliens have fake Green Cards with stolen social security number. Only citizens can vote, not Green Card holders, but Democrats are expert in law-breaking so they could care less what the law says.

It was reported last year that Democrat-controlled District 15 of Las Vegas, Clark County was the center of voter fraud activity during election. They  put celebrities in the ballot, some people were told someone voted for them already, exactly 17,086 votes were cast in District 15 for both Republican and Democrat candidates and 9,200 fraudulent votes were cast. Nevada cost Trump about 27,000 votes difference.

 

From reviewjournal.com:

“It has come to our attention that when offering voter registration opportunities to customers, DMV’s employees offer voter registration materials to DMV customers whom they know to be non-citizens based on their presentation of a Green Card for identification purposes,” Cegavske wrote in a letter to DMV Director Terri Albertson.

“This practice must cease immediately,” the secretary of state wrote.

“Please take appropriate corrective action, as we have reason to believe that non-citizens have unlawfully registered to vote in Nevada as a direct result of DMV’s practices. Moreover, we have now confirmed that some noncitizens illegally cast votes in the 2016 general election.”

Existing law allows people who go to the DMV to fill out voter registration applications to register. Those forms are then forwarded to county election officials to verify eligibility.

Cegavske would not divulge how many illegal votes are suspected, adding that the investigation is in its infancy.

Non-citizens are allowed to obtain driver authorization cards, which can be used to legally operate a vehicle on state roads but are not valid as identification to obtain any state benefits, licenses or services or for federal purposes.

A citizen initiative to automatically register people when they apply for or renew a license or identification card was approved by the Democratic-controlled Legislature but vetoed by Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval last month.

 

Read more: Nevada investigation targets alleged voter fraud in 2016 election

 

NewsMax TV Las Vegas reports:

District 15 registered numerous celebrities, like Edward Snowden, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and as Mr. Vaughan even tested a sample of 200 people of the 9,200 return mail, after which he discovered  that about 185 really cast their votes.

Some of the people were even told that they already voted when they went to the polls. Because of this, they received provisional ballots only countable if the total vote count was within 1%.

Other irregularities were also noticed, among which were early voting numbers flipping on a daily basis. Exactly 17,086 votes were cast in District 15 for both Republican and Democrat candidates. About 9,200 voters on the voter rolls who, legally must not be present at the voter rolls is a shocking data.

The 9,200 fraudulent votes in question happened in a tiny Assembly district. Nevada cost Trump about 27,000 votes difference.

 

 

 

 

LAS VEGAS DUST STORM UP TO 84 mph: WINDS DOWN POWER LINES, FLIP SEMITRUCKS AND GROUND FLIGHTS – PHOTOS, VIDEO

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March 30, 2017 – 8:08amUpdated March 30, 2017 – 8:51pm

Winds down power lines, flip semitrucks and ground flights in Las Vegas — PHOTOS

 

High winds on Thursday grounded airline flights, flipped semitrucks, toppled light poles onto cars and knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses throughout the Las Vegas Valley.

The National Weather Service issued a high-wind warning until 10 p.m. and a dust advisory until 11 p.m. in the valley Thursday. Officials with the weather service, Clark County Fire Department and NV Energy warned the public to stay inside Thursday.

Some parts of the valley experienced wind gusts between 60 and 70 mph during the peak period Thursday afternoon. At about 2:15 p.m., the valley’s strongest recorded wind gusts clocked in at 84 mph near the 215 Beltway and Desert Inn Road, the weather service said.

Gusts on Thursday at McCarran International Airport peaked at 60 mph. Despite strong winds wreaking havoc in and around the valley, “we didn’t come close to the March record gusts,” Guillet said.

On March 21, 1984, wind gusts of 82 mph were recorded at McCarran International Airport, she said. The highest gusts ever at the airport were recorded on Aug. 8, 1989, at 90 mph.

READ MORE: Winds down power lines, flip semitrucks and ground flights in Las Vegas — PHOTOS

 

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NEVADA BILL TO ELECT PRESIDENT BY POPULAR VOTE WINNER INTRODUCED TO ASSEMBLY…LOONY LIBS!

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CARSON CITY — A state lawmaker on Friday introduced a bill that seeks to elect the president by the overall popular vote.

Assembly Bill 274 by Assemblyman Nelson Araujo, D-Las Vegas, would enact the “Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.”

The bill would make the electors identified with the president and vice president who win the national popular vote the official presidential electors for each state.

The provisions of the bill would become effective on the date that states with enough electoral votes to constitute a majority of the electoral votes, 270 of 538, adopt the agreement.

The bill has been enacted by 11 jurisdictions possessing 165 electoral votes—61 percent of the 270 electoral votes necessary to activate it.

The debate over how to elect the president emerged again in the 2016 general election, when Republican Donald Trump won enough electoral votes to become president, but Democrat Hillary Clinton won the popular vote.

Critics of the proposal say the current system works fine, and that the change would give too much power to populous states like California and Florida.”

SOURCE: Bill to elect president by popular vote winner introduced to Assembly – reviewjournal.com

 

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GOOD! BILL TO SPLIT NUTTY 9TH CIRCUIT COURT AND CREATE 12th CIRCUIT GAINING FAVOR – with Nevada, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Arizona and Alaska part of proposed 12th Circuit.

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Proposed bill would split the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals into two districts (Gabriel Utasi/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 

Bill to remove Nevada, 5 other states from ‘nutty 9th’ Circuit Court may be gaining favor

WASHINGTON — How big is the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals? The San-Francisco-based circuit is so big that it represents nine states, including Nevada, 20 percent of the U.S. population and 40 percent of the nation’s land mass. It’s so big that Congress has looked at bills to split the circuit since 1941, and it’s so big that none of those measures have succeeded.

This year, however, Sens. Jeff Flake and John McCain, both R-Ariz., see the possibility of success. They’ve introduced legislation to create a new 12th Circuit by peeling away six states — Nevada, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Arizona and Alaska. The slimmed-down 9th Circuit would continue to hear appeals from California, Oregon and Hawaii, as well as Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.

 

The last time Washington created a new federal circuit — the 11th — was 1981. There were proposals to split the 5th and 9th Circuits, but the 9th remained the same while the 5th Circuit — Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida — was split. “It was easy to do. You had six states. You could divide them three-three,” Pittsburgh School of Law Professor Arthur Hellman observed.

Also, Hellman noted, “There was a consensus among the legal community that the split should happen.”

Not so the 9th. Some circuit judges have resisted attempts to reduce its size, which also would reduce their national impact.

….For years conservatives have mocked the 9th Circuit as the “Nutty 9th,” partly because of its unusually high rate of U.S. Supreme Court reversals, some of them unanimous. “If you can’t get anyone on the Supreme Court to agree with you,” Fitzpatrick opined, “it’s not a good sign.”

 

 

NEVADA ACCIDENTALLY LEAKS DATA OFMARIJUANA APPLICANTS

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Nevada accidentally leaks thousands of medical marijuana dispensary applications

The data includes their dates of birth, home addresses, citizenship, and driving license and social security numbers of the applicants.

 

Nevada’s state government website has leaked the personal data on over 11,700 applicants for dispensing medical marijuana in the state.

Each application, eight pages in length, includes the person’s full name, home address, citizenship, and even their weight and height, race, and eye and hair color. The applications also include the applicant’s citizenship, their driving license number (where applicable), and social security number.

We left a number of voicemails of applicants prior to publication. One dispensary based in Las Vegas, who did not want to be named, confirmed after we posted that their records were accurate.

But it’s not immediately clear how many years the applications date back.

Security researcher Justin Shafer found the bug in the state’s website portal, allowing anyone with the right web address to access and enumerate the thousands of applications.

READ MORE: Nevada accidentally leaks thousands of medical marijuana dispensary applications