8:00 P.M. UPDATE: Hundreds of people showed up to a "Stop the Steal" protest at the Lloyd D. George federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas to vent their frustration over the election outcome.
People who attended held signs and waved flags while chanting "stop the steal" and "Trump 2020," among other slogans.
The group was also joined by passing vehicles that honked their horns and also waved Trump-related items.
"There was a lot of chanting, 'Trump 2020,' 'no vaccines,' a lot of chanting, a lot of chanting up and down [Las Vegas] Boulevard, I was driving it, I've been out here on the sidewalk," said Kim Costca, a Donald Trump Supporter.
"We're here today to represent the truth, we're here to represent," said Erin Bolger, a participant in the protest.
"The media has not been telling us what is true, this is what's true, that there are people who want to believe and who believe what is right and want to see the political process correctly run," added Bolger.
Election officials and federal authorities have said there is no proof of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
MOMENTS AGO: @realDonaldTrump supporters have dispersed from the Federal Courthouse in Downtown @CityOfLasVegas— Joe Bartels (@Joe_Bartels) January 6, 2021
They tell me they are headed to @ClarkCountyNV election HQ in @CNLV @KTNV pic.twitter.com/eXy0SUfuZO
1 P.M. UPDATE: A couple of hundred people are now gathered near the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas. At this time, the protest is peaceful. Las Vegas police are on the scene.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- A car parade, labeled as a Stop The Steal event, is being held this morning to support President Donald Trump.
Participants began arriving at the Ahern Hotel on Sahara Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard around 7 a.m. The plan is to drive down Las Vegas Boulevard to the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas.
President Trump is holding a rally this morning in Washington D.C. shortly before Congress is scheduled to affirm Joe Biden’s victory.
Although Trump’s campaign has filed multiple lawsuits in many states related to possible election fraud, no widespread fraud has been proven.
Congress is set to meet at 10 a.m. PT to tally the votes already submitted by the states.