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Coward Sheriff Lombardo Refuses to Debate at Republican Debate for Governor

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Sheriff Joe Lombardo, a man who has let the city of Las Vegas slip into third-world ghetto status, refused to show up to the Nevada Republican gubernatorial debate at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno tonight, in his latest act of cowardice.

Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore, attorney Joey Gilbert, former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee, venture capitalist Guy Nohra, Air force veteran Tom Heck, Dr. Fred Simon and real estate broker Barak Zilberberg all debated tonight.

Here is the debate:

This comes as both Sheriff Joe Lombardo and current governor Steve Sisolak’s leadership comes into question after record violence sweeps through the city of Las Vegas.

In the last week alone, we have seen:

This follows a violent month of December where we had a murder inside the Rio, a shooting inside Bally’s, a housekeeper killed at Bally’sa man stabbed by a homeless man inside the Paris Casino, a man shot 11 times by a homeless addict in Chinatown, and countless assaults inside Casinos and throughout Las Vegas.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Nevada Homicide rate is up 14 percent. Yep.

    I have a theory that Lombardo got in the race to troll/frenemy Sisolak. I feel like they both know something about 10.1.

  2. This was it? This was real? This was not a debate and there was no rebuttal from any. This was more like an infomercial for a liquidation sale from mens warehouse and announcements from buddies and everyone gets back in the car to go get a tuna sandwich. Is this literally all it takes to be a candidate besides a Facebook page that is the only qualifier for the media to cover? Why is this on YouTube? Where is the American flag? So all you have to have is a few key words now that shake up the red and blue sides? Geewhiz a reference and definition: debate, formal, oral confrontation between two individuals, teams, or groups who present arguments to support opposing sides of a question, generally according to a set form or procedure.

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