Where Is The Money, Governor?

The situation the citizens of Nevada are now facing with the Department of Employment, Rehabilitation and Training is drastic and it is the duty of Steve Sisolak to step up into action. The main role of a governor, elected by the people, is to protect and serve the citizens of his or her state.
There are hundreds of thousands of people still waiting longer than six months for their unemployment assistance, as well as thousands of small business operators who applied for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance without any help for their financial crisis caused by the pandemic.
Steve Sisolak has named one director after the other since the fiasco of Alorica, the private call center from Irving, California, that played cruel jokes on the many unemployed Nevadans.
Now, all of a sudden, Steve Sisolak named Elisa Cafferata, the former CEO of Nevada Planned Parenthood, to run the department. With Elisa Cafferata in charge the citizens of Nevada have received an abortion without the knowledge of having a pregnancy. And it is also under her leadership that hundreds of citizens began receiving notifications that their “unemployment is not caused by the pandemic.”
In other words, it is not for Elissa Cafferata to judge who was affected by the pandemic and who wasn’t. If she wants to act in such a demanding way, an investigation of all cases is imperative. Maybe she could find a way to explain the reason why many government employees could collect unemployment assistance when they continue working for wages under the table and taking advantage of the situation.
It is well known that Steve Sisolak feels an insane hate for President Donald Trump, but it is also well known that a governor has the main responsibility of communicating with the President when Federal assistance is needed for a state emergency.
This is a state emergency; the people of Nevada are becoming homeless, their electricity is being cut-off, people can no longer afford the high prices of local stores for items of great necessity, others are having their cars repossessed (in Nevada more than any other state, an automobile is an item of great necessity). Others that spent years paying for their homes are already facing the banks threatening to repossess their property.
If Elisa Cafferata now comes up with the bright idea that the unemployment of thousands of Nevadans was not caused by the pandemic, can she explain to citizens the reason Steve Sisolak forced the entire state to close doors of businesses since the last week of March 2020?
Sisolak and Cafferata should accept the fact that everyone who was arbitrarily forced to close their business is, like it or not, affected by the pandemic and should qualify for pandemic unemployment assistance.
If the coffers of the Department of Employment, Rehabilitation and Training have been emptied, that is something that Steve Sisolak and Ms. Cafferata will need to explain if an investigation comes to light, but that is not any consolation to people waiting for almost seven months to be able to pay mortgage, rent, electricity, gas and other expenses.
It is our belief that Steve Sisolak and Cafferata should come clean and tell the truth; he should man-up and she should bite the bullet and tell the people to lose all hope of saving their homes, their family’s well-being and be prepared for the embarrassment of becoming homeless by telling them that they took the money and there is no money left.
Notice that we do not refer to Sisolak as Governor Sisolak because, in our honest opinion, he is not acting as a governor should act and doesn’t even deserve the appellation.
Sisolak and Cafferata should know, should be aware that the people of Nevada are angry as hell and may not allow them to get away with their highway robbery.
The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance did not come from state coffers; it was assistance from the federal Labor department. Steve Sisolak was very concerned about people getting together for a rally for President Trump but he ignored the needs of the people of Nevada.
It is well known that crooks act in the darkness of night like “peaceful Democrat protesters” do, breaking windows and burning buildings, like cowards operating in the middle of the night and now the so-called governor is cowardly acting behind the skirt of a woman telling the people of Nevada that they don’t qualify for pandemic unemployment assistance.
The Ahern Hotel was fined more than $10,000 last August for its Evangelicals for Trump event, and Governor Sisolak called the event reckless and selfish. The City of Henderson fined Xtreme Manufacturing $3,000 for hosting a massive rally for President Trump, claiming the governor’s directives.
Reckless and Selfish? No, reckless and selfish is what Steve Sisolak is doing to the people of Nevada under the directives of Elisa Cafferata.
In detail, Sisolak, Nevadans want to know WHERE IS THE UNEMPLOYMENT MONEY?”

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