Las Vegas proves it doesn’t support free speech online or in person

Source: Kelen McBreen

During a Clark County, Nevada board meeting on Tuesday, a Republican candidate for Lt. Governor was violently removed from the building by security who slammed him into a metal detector.

The county was meeting to vote on a resolution declaring “Covid-19 misinformation a public health crisis.”

San Diego, California passed a similar proposal last month, beginning a nationwide war on free speech.

During the meeting, several attendees started shouting, “Masks don’t work,” and “Resign!” to the board members, causing security to kick them out of the room.

While everyone was being kicked out, Republican Lt. Governor candidate Mack Miller was accosted and violently shoved by security guards.

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During a Clark County, Nevada board meeting on Tuesday, a Republican candidate for Lt. Governor was violently removed from the building by security who slammed him into a metal detector.

The county was meeting to vote on a resolution declaring “Covid-19 misinformation a public health crisis.”

San Diego, California passed a similar proposal last month, beginning a nationwide war on free speech.

During the meeting, several attendees started shouting, “Masks don’t work,” and “Resign!” to the board members, causing security to kick them out of the room.

While everyone was being kicked out, Republican Lt. Governor candidate Mack Miller was accosted and violently shoved by security guards.

Two security officers grabbed Mack and ran across the building with him, eventually ramming him into a metal detector and dropping him to the ground.

“Hey, hey, wait a minute. What the hell?” Miller told the officers. “Don’t push me, man!”

Another person captured the incident from a different angle.

In a meeting that was already being labeled an anti-First Amendment event, the individuals who assaulted a political candidate confirmed the city of Las Vegas does not respect free speech.

On top of stifling the speech of meeting attendees, the Clark County board passed the resolution to declare “Covid misinformation a public health threat” in a 5-2 vote.