Nevada GOP Chairman Michael McDonald visited the America’s Audit in Phoenix this past week and said a similar review is needed at home in Nevada.
Nevada election was fraught with likely fraud.
A Trump campaign worker saw a van stop at a Las Vegas elections center and unload boxes of ballots just like what happened in Detroit, Michigan.
That’s not all that was happening in the state.
The Epoch Times reported:
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After visiting the election audit of Arizona’s Maricopa County, the head of Nevada’s Republican Party said a similar review is needed in Nevada—although that possibility appears slim, as Democrats control both houses of the state Legislature.
“Hats off to the leadership here in Arizona … I think that sets the model, that sets the tone for Nevada,” Republican Chairman Michael McDonald said in an interview posted to Twitter, referring to the audit efforts in Maricopa. “We want to duplicate that in Nevada.”
Starting in April, a private company has led efforts to audit all 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, following an order by Arizona’s Republican-controlled Senate. Democrats, including Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, have frequently decried the process, describing it as partisan and unprofessional—which Republicans have denied.
McDonald, who said he has a law enforcement background, told the interviewer that he believes the audit’s security and procedures are sufficient.
The Democrat state leaders say McDonald is delusional.
“The Nevada GOP and its chairman are delusional,” state Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro said in a statement. “The Nevada Senate isn’t going to waste any time or taxpayer money entertaining their unhinged conspiracy theories.”
Some elected Republicans also view an audit as a waste of energy, while state and Clark County election officials maintain that a third-party audit would not be legal in Nevada.