I believe the Reid Democrat Machine copied California’s game plan and stole the election by overwhelming Nevada with illegal alien voters, voting multiple times.
President Donald Trump and CNN reporter Jim Acosta were made for each other. Both are masters at kicking up outrage.
Third-parties are so counterproductive that the top priority for Republican donors should be funding a Green Party in Nevada. Green Party candidates would likely draw at least 2 percent from Democrat candidates. That’s a winning margin in close races, and the impacts can be felt all the way down the ballot.
But the big loser was Nevada.
Back in 2016, I predicted a Donald Trump victory when no one else dared. Every poll showed Trump would lose the presidency to Hillary Clinton by a wide margin. So how did I know?
This election has high policy stakes for Republicans, but are they high enough to motivate Republican voters? That’s the question Tuesday’s election will turn on.
President Donald Trump has reason to believe that the caravan of migrants heading toward the Southwest border might bring out his base of what he calls “forgotten” Americans.
President Donald Trump summoned two unusual allies in his call to limit birthright citizenship: Harry Reid and Barack Obama. On Tuesday, Axios reported that Trump wants to use an executive order to stop giving birthright citizenship to children born here to illegal alien mothers.
Question 6 would cost Nevada families an average of $2,000 per year, according to James Taylor, the Heartland Institute’s senior fellow for energy policy.