HOFington Post: June 10, 2018

VICTORY!  Nye County’s Good Ol’ Boys Take Another One in the Shorts

In his speech at our closing campaign rally in Pahrump last weekend, Trump adviser Roger Stone called me “a fighter, a truth-teller, a man of the people.”  And he’s so right.

I have both the will and the means to fight the government bureaucrats who have pulled out all the stops to kill both my campaign and my businesses in the GOP primary race for District 36 against tax-hiking RINO (Republican in Name Only) Assemblyman James “The Big Selloutski” Oscarson.

And I’ll do the same for you as your representative in Carson City.

The latest outrage happened Friday afternoon when Nye County officials towed away one of my big campaign signs that was sitting on my private property in Pahrump, citing a new ordinance passed just last month regulating political speech.

On Saturday my lawyer, Marc Randazza, requested an emergency hearing in federal court alleging violation of my due process and First Amendment rights and asking that the county be forced to immediately return the sign.

A judge heard the request around 7:30 pm last night, and by 9:00 pm ordered Nye County to return the sign by 8:00 am this morning or be subjected to contempt charges!

The sign was returned before the deadline.

To quote Robert Duvall from the movie Apocalypse Now, “Smells like…victory.”

And it’s gonna smell even better and sweeter Tuesday night after the votes are counted.  Bye-bye, James.

Yet Another Republican Leader Stomps Out Yet Another Oscarson “Big Lie”

Throughout this campaign, Oscarson’s been telling one whopper after another.  Even two hands can’t handle ‘em!

A couple weeks ago the magnitude of Oscarson’s falsehoods had gotten so bad that Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald took the unprecedented step of issuing a letter smacking them down.

Now a new whopper surfaced this week, with Oscarson claiming Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt had endorsed him in our race for Assembly District 36.

Total B.S.  Indeed, the false endorsement claim is so bad that Nye County Republican Party Chairman Joe Burdzinski, after speaking with the Laxalt campaign, issued a statement slapping it down yesterday…

“Many of you may have received a mailer this week claiming that Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has endorsed James Oscarson in the Assembly District 36 GOP primary. This is absolutely false.  Neither Mr. Laxalt, nor the Nye County Republican Party, is backing ANY candidate in the District 36 Republican primary.  That decision will be made by Republican voters on Tuesday.”

James Oscarson’s entire political career and campaign has been based on one guiding theme: Fool enough people enough to the time.  On Tuesday, his time will be up.

Hard Left Going Hard for Oscarson

In addition to the Oscarson campaign trotting out that fake endorsement by Laxalt, a major liberal activist “dark money” group also sent out a mailer this week repeating the lie.

The Nevada Conservation League PAC is a group of hard-core environmental activists.  Just to give you an idea of just how far left these “tree huggers” are, get a load of left-wing Nevada Democrats they’ve endorsed this year:

Jacky Rosen for U.S. Senate, Dina Titus and Susie Lee for Congress, Aaron Ford for Attorney General and Tick Segerblom for Clark County Commission.

In the past, NCL has also supported Hillary Clinton and Nevada U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto while aggressively opposing President Donald Trump.

And now they’re coming to the rescue of The Big Selloutski.  Birds of a feather…


”Incumbent Republican James Oscarson is in the fight of his political life against prominent brothel owner Dennis Hof in what is likely the nastiest legislative primary fight of the 2018 midterms.  Oscarson, who was first elected in 2012, has faced primary challenges and angst from Republicans in Nye County after he voted in favor of the contentious Commerce Tax proposal favored by Gov. Brian Sandoval in the 2015 legislative session.” – Megan Messerly & Riley Snyder, Nevada Independent, 6/10/18


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