NRSC Chair Weighs in On Laxalt’s Lawsuits to Overturn the 2022 Election

Laxalt has consistently pushed for legal action to overturn the 2022 election if he loses

In Case You Missed It, National Republican Senatorial Committee Chair Rick Scott made his first public comments on corrupt politician Adam Laxalt’s plan to overturn the 2022 election. The New York Times recently reported that Laxalt “expected help from Republican Party leadership and ‘the senatorial committee,’” in his scheme. Now the Las Vegas Review-Journal has reported NRSC chairman Rick Scott may be on board.

In the week following his GOP primary nomination, Laxalt has faced extensive national and local scrutiny for leading efforts to try to overturn the 2020 election for Trump. As the “face of” the Big Lie in Nevada, Laxalt has centered his entire campaign on this conspiracy. He orchestrated failed lawsuit after failed lawsuit to stop the peaceful transfer of power in 2020. 

Las Vegas Review Journal, Gary Martin, 6.22.22

Laxalt, a former Nevada attorney general, has told media outlets and interviewers that he has a plan to preemptively mount legal challenges over potential voter fraud in the 2022 election.

Asked if the NRSC would fund such challenges, Scott said he didn’t know. “I don’t know anything about filing lawsuits ahead of time,” Scott said. “No one has brought anything up to me.”

But the NRSC chairman did say the committee is organizing lawyers around the country to watch how elections are conducted and to be ready to seek remedies if things appear to be inappropriate.

Scott has disavowed Trump campaign claims of massive voter fraud in the 2020 election and emphasized Wednesday that President Joe Biden was fairly elected. Scott said Jan. 6 rioters should be prosecuted for actions that were disgraceful.

Laxalt assisted Trump campaign legal challenges claiming voter fraud in Nevada in 2020, efforts that were dismissed by judges, election officials and the Republican secretary of state.

Meanwhile, Scott said the Jan. 6 committee hearings are irrelevant to voters and will not sway the upcoming elections. He said the midterm elections would hinge on inflation, rising costs of goods and the lack of baby formula…


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