NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Nevada GOP and former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, joined a group of protesters today at Clark County Election Department office in North Las Vegas as part of the "Stop the Steal" movement.
Laxalt, who is also the Trump Campaign Nevada co-chair, and American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp addressed the crowd, estimated by 13 Investigates to be about 200.
"We have thousands of examples of voter irregularity that takes several forms," said Schlapp.
Laxalt and Schlapp went on to list a series of unverified claims offering only second-hand information to reporters.
Unverified claims included:
- Voter rolls in Clark County have improper voters
- Image resolution was reduced on an automated machine which reads signatures for ballots
- Dead people voted in Clark County
- Underage people voted in Clark County
- 9,000 "Non-Nevadans" voted in the election
- A whistleblower who worked at the Clark County Election Center quit, after “he” claims he was forced to approve ballots that he raised questions about
- Another whistleblower, also working at the Clark County Election Center, was on a lunch break and exercising and noticed a van marked “Biden/Harris” pull up with ballots visible and envelops open. A human shield was performed to prevent what activities went on beyond this.
The pair took limited questions from reporters.
Reporter: “The attorney general said just this afternoon that none of the whistleblowers had made any official complaints either online or in person. If they were so concerned, why not come forward sooner?"
“Well the whistleblowers are scared to come forward," said Laxalt.
Laxalt went on to blame a "Democratic" machine that was constructed for purposes of political gain.
Schlapp admitted the information provided to the group of supporters was incomplete.
“It’s important for you to understand that as we're making this information public we are on the outside looking in," explained Schlapp.
“I think it is clear that with the evidence we are presenting, that if we had more information, this would be a more regular and legalized process, we would be able to tell you even more,” added Schlapp.
When pressed by reporters about the campaign's next step, Laxalt indicated legal options were being explored.
The Trump campaign has filed a number of lawsuits regarding the election but has lost legal challenges thus far.
Clark County elections boss Joe Gloria says they are prepared if and when a recount is called, and he is ensuring to the public that the ballot counting process is being done with the utmost care.
“We’re a bottom-up voter registration, so all of us have to send out reports to the secretary so they can merge data and make sure everything is being processed without anybody voting illegal ballots," says Gloria.
Note: there has been no evidence substantiated by independent officials at this time of widespread voter fraud in this election.