Clark County declares COVID falsehoods a crisis
A majority of the Clark County Commission took a formal stand Tuesday against COVID-19 misinformation, declaring it a public health crisis amid concerns from other lawmakers that doing so might agitate a deep division within Southern Nevada.
The 5-2 vote made the county one of few jurisdictions in the U.S. to label falsehoods related to COVID-19 — often rooted in an extreme mistrust of the government — a crisis that has prolonged the pandemic by undermining efforts to combat spread of the disease.
AFTERWARDS A DISRUPTION OCCURRED AND MACK MILLER, Lt GOVERNOR CANDIDATE WAS PHYSICALLY REMOVED FROM THE ROOM, AND EVENTUALLY COLLIDED WITH THE METAL DETECTOR AND UNTO HIS BACK.
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DAWG SAYS: THOUGH I DO NOT AGREE WITH THE COMMISSIONS RULING, I AM NOT SURE ABOUT ALL THE OTHER ACTIVITY. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION PLEASE LET ME KNOW OR COMMENT BELOW. AT THE LEAST IT IS BAD OPTICS.