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Sisolak’s Moronic “Ghost Town” Tweet

(Chuck Muth) – Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak continues to have a blind eye and tin ear when it comes to the absolute devastation he’s wreaked upon our state.  Just this morning he actually tweeted the following…

“Practice social distancing and explore all Nevada has to offer by checking out some of Nevada’s ghost towns.”

This was almost too easy.  I immediately replied…

“Thanks to the SISOLAK-19 virus & #SisolakShutdown, our entire state is becoming a ‘ghost town.’  We need ‘Sisolak distancing’ far more than we need social distancing.”

And based on additional replies that came in after, I’m not exactly alone in those sentiments.  A sampling…

  • “You are a JOKE! Telling people to visit a ghost town when they can just drive to the strip and see same results.”
  • “Vegas is about to turn into a ghost town due to your failed leadership.”
  • “Actually you will soon be able to add Las Vegas to your list of ghost towns! MGM is laying off 18,000 more employees!  Your ridiculous closure policies are killing the once prosperous Las Vegas.”
  • “All of Nevada is now a ghost town, thanks to you…you FF.”
  • “18k people were just laid off by MGM Resorts and you are telling people to visit a ghost town? Wow, have you lost perspective on the real problem.  Encourage people to visit Las Vegas Casinos, they are ghost towns too, thanks to your restrictions.”
  • “You have made the whole state a ghost town!”
  • “B4 this post I just thought that you were a corrupt democrat, I now realize that you are also an imbecile in addition to being a corrupt democrat.”
  • “Hey guys put a tshirt on your face, go outside (except when I tell you to stay home) and explore our states Ghost towns! Adding new ones to the list every week so check back throughout the lockdown.”
  • “We don’t want to go to ghost towns you clown. WE want to swing in our own backyards and our parks.”           
  • “So your advocating for open ghost towns, while you have once thriving cities and towns closed, for absolutely no good reason. Pathetic. 99.96% survival rate. Had enough of this fool yet?”
  • “Las Vegas is becoming a ghost town with you as Governor. Please open all of our state up now.”
  • “All of Nevada is a ‘ghost town’ thanks to your greed and/or ineptitude. We see you & your time in office is limited. I can’t be kind about the harm you’ve caused Nevadans & the economy. Worst state in the US in unemployment. How sad!”
  • “I wish you would stop turning Las Vegas into a ghost Ghost town.”
  • “He’s going to make Las Vegas a ghost town. Worst Governor in America.”
  • “Social distance in ghost towns… come on – I think we get what a joke this is!  You are so funny Sissy… Happy Saturday to you, Caleb and the other girl that does the ‘data’… NOT!”
  • “The only ‘Ghost’ Nevadans want to see is the one involving your political career come the next time your name is on the ballot.”
  • “how bout u go visit a ghost town and stay there for good.”

Seriously, what moron on the governor’s staff actually thought it was a brilliant stroke of genius to put out a tweet promoting “ghost towns” in the current environment?

This governor – and the leftist dolts he’s surrounded himself with – are so out of touch and out of their depth it ain’t even funny.

If Nevada Republicans were smart – OK, I realize that’s a stretch – they’d be hammering this guy’s “systemic incompetence” non-stop, 24/7.

They’d wrap him like an albatross around the neck of EVERY Democrat candidate for EVERY race on the ballot.

Every silent Democrat in this state that has let this drag on into its SIXTH month is either an enabler or an accomplice – or both.  Make them pay at the ballot box.

Remember in November.

Muth’s Truths

* Serious question: Why do Joe Biden, Steve Sisolak and others on the left wear masks during video interviews when they are 100% socially distant from everyone, including the cameraman?  You’d almost think there was a political motivation.  Nah, that couldn’t be it.  Could it?

* The public health arguments aside, every time Joe Biden comes out of his basement wearing a mask, he’s projecting an image of weakness.  Every time the President appears without one, he’s projecting an image of strength.  That’s just political reality.  Voters notice these things.

* The Biden campaign is now running on a platform of shutting down the entire country and forcing everyone to wear a mask.  Something tells me this isn’t going to sell.  Landslide’s coming.

* Seems to me we don’t so much have a policing problem as we have a resisting arrest problem.

* Keep it up pro sports!  The NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL & MLS player boycotts are (a) helping to re-elect Donald Trump and (b) helping Americans find more productive things to do with their time than watching a bunch of privileged, whiny, overpaid athletes.

* The CNN talking head goofballs criticized President Trump’s acceptance speech for mentioning Joe Biden 41 times while Biden never mentioned President Trump even once.  Apparently neither CNN nor Joe Biden understand what’s involved in, you know, running for office against someone.

* Former Nevada State Sen. Greg Brower (Reno-RINO) – who in 2015 voted for the largest tax hike in state history – is “very proud” to join the Bush/Romney/McCain “Republican in Name Only” wing of the GOP in supporting Joe Biden.

* Scott Adams, Dilbert cartoonist, nails it explaining why a slightly higher number of people watched Joe Biden’s acceptance speech than President Trump’s.  It was because “almost no Democrats watch Trump speak, but lots of Republicans watch Biden speak just to see if he forgets where he is. (It’s funny because it’s true.)”

* According the Babylon Bee satire site, Joe Biden said on Friday, “If you thought the Republican convention was good, wait’ll we have OUR convention!”  (It’s funny because it’s believable.)

* Interesting development in a Washoe County School District race.  Incumbent trustee Scott Kelly resigned on Friday after explosive details related to his divorce were made public earlier in the week.  Strippers, profane drunken outbursts and death threats are included.  His name will remain on the November general election ballot and his opponent, Jeff Church, is a retired Reno police officer and conservative boat rocker.


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