LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A group of Fight for Nevada protesters took to the sidewalks near Rainbow and Tropicana Avenue today to "rally against lockdown" due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fight for Nevada held the outdoor rally near the Las Vegas residence of Gov. Sisolak to protest the statements made by the governor in regards to the pandemic.
Fight for Nevada says it is standing with Nevada's entertainment, dining, and other essential industries to help retain jobs for families and the working class that may fall deep into poverty and face undue and heavy burden as a result of further restrictions.
During the protest, people also held signs that read "Stop the Steal" and other Trump signs.