After Bogus Records Uncovered Last Week, Nevada Secretly Updates Its Voter Roles (Outside of State Policies)
The state of Nevada updated its voter roll last week after bogus individuals and addresses were uncovered by Steve Crowder and his team. The updates went against state policy.
Last week we reported on Steve Crowder being censored by Twitter after he uncovered and reported on voter fraud in Nevada:
This week Crowder and his team reported that the invalid voters identified in Nevada were updated last Tuesday night. What was unusual about this was that the voter roll is to be updated on Mondays per the state’s policies. It appears this activity was in response to Crowder’s reporting last week.
It’s clear that the voter apparatus in Nevada is broken and corrupt. During the 2020 election, those in charge of the elections allowed vote counting to go on without Republicans present. Those counting prevented Republicans from even entering the counting area. This was illegal but no one was ever charged and the MSM never reported on it.
In Nevada the signature matching software was essentially turned off (meaning anyone could fill in an absentee ballot for anyone and vote).
Thousands of people from other states were allowed to vote in Nevada as well:
And of course, the ballots in certain precincts were way outside legal limits as 60% of the ballots in Clarke County were labeled as needing to be adjudicated which sent them somewhere for someone to determine who these related voters voted for. This was corrupt as all adjudication should be done with Republicans and Democrats present and less than 1% needing adjudication is the legal limit in states like Michigan:
Nevada was a