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 PrintBy Victor Morton– The Washington Times – Updated: 9:03 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2020

A Nevada city has threatened to revoke the business license of a company set to host President Trump on Sunday evening.

The City of Henderson has told Xtreme Manufacturing that the planned rally violates the state’s COVID-related ban on large events, according to KLAS-TV in Las Vegas.

“Specifically, gatherings of more than 50 people in a private or public setting is prohibited,” the city wrote in its warning to the company, the CBS affiliate reported.

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“If the governor’s directives are not followed, the City may assess a fine of up to $500 per violation as well as suspend or revoke the business license,” Henderson officials threatened in their note.


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Popular in the Communityabout:blankAdChoicesSponsoredEx-FBI agent Peter Strzok insists he still believes Trump ‘compromised by the Russians’beanbag587hBut making such a judgment in the face of zero evidence is entirely wrong. This guy, either because he was directed to, or because he went rogue attempted to overturn an election, predominantly because he was anti-Trump. He should be tried and if found guilty incarcerated.Top CommentTop Comment10Biden says he’s in better shape than Trump: ‘Just look at us’OliveCoffee8hIt is sad to see a person in the decline that happens to everyone eventually. His needing a Teleprompter to answer a little girl’s simple question was tragic. Presidential challenges do not come with a Teleprompter.Top CommentTop Comment13‘We hope they die’: Protesters at hospital jeer deputies shot in ambushOliveTeepee8h”Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” John AdamsTop CommentTop Comment16Will Antifa and Black Lives Matter cancel the Biden-Harris ticket?bluhorizons1hAntifa and BLM are not political parties, they are revolutionaries movements which, thru their actions, want America to understand that unless they get what they want there will be no peace. They are much more reminiscent of the emerging communist party in Lenin’s day than either the Democrats or Republicans and they have not a shred of loyalty to either party. It only seems like they support the Democrats because the Democrats have foolishly glommed onto these revolutionary groups for the illusion of political gain. After four years of the Democrats demonizing the president and trying to stop his every move, these two revolutionary movements, sensing the weakness and indecisiveness of the nation, have sprung up like another pandemic. Woe will befall any legitimate party that hitches their star to them.Top CommentTop CommentACLU makes dangerously evil case for legal prostitutionTommy Jay3d…seems the only time the Communist/Socialist/Democrats are fine with Capitalism is when it comes to selling Drugs. Prostituting the helpless and the selling of Baby body parts… all to the highest bidders.Top CommentTop Comment4NFL ratings plunge amid Black Lives Matter messaging, competition from NBA, NHLano T2dAs long as you mention a “race” with the word “matters” then its a divisive term. ALL lives matter mentions no race and is something that we as Americans should live everyday. In other words treat each other as HUMANS first and stop dividing each other based on race.Top CommentTop Comment162LOVERRO: This isn’t good-bye, the team you love left long agoCowboys fan14 JulIt’s not just the Redskins who have lost their luster in the 21st Century. The entire NFL has sadly become just another disgusting, for-profit, left-wing propaganda machine. The fun and games and skills and thrills are kaput. May all the teams’ days be over soon.Top CommentTop Comment7California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs bill changing sex offender lawTruthSleuth10hHaving sex in any form with a minor as an adult should require prison and probation with registration. An adult cannot have consensual sex with a minor. Minors are unable to give consent due to the fact they are minors. This is just wrong.Top CommentTop Comment11Eagles stay in locker room for national anthem prior to game against WashingtonBluePizza8hMeanwhile two brave officers fight for their lives in a hospital in LA. These brainless wonders should be ashamed to show their faces on an American Football field. They are an insult to everything America stands for and an insult to all their fans. If they never play another game they should not be missed. They should all be fired and we should start over with just players who appreciate what it means to have every opportunity in the world in this great Nation.Top CommentTop Comment10ConversationWhen logging in with Disqus, please only use the “Email” option with the same details you already provided or use the “Forgot your password” optionYour UsernameLog In

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