An Open Letter (Response) to Catherine Cortez Masto


Today I received an email from US Senator Catherine Cortez Masto and I'm tired of the BS - this was my response and I'd like to hear your point of view.

Thanks for writing Catherine. It’s good to know what you’ve been up to. I’m very interested in finding out what you have been doing to uncover the obvious fraud in the 2020 election. I surely hope that you are pushing for a complete forensic audit, like those happening in other states.

I urge you to not buy into the Asian hate BS - it’s just not true, except maybe in some liberal cities where they choose to defund the police and let criminals run wild and BLM and Antifa riot and burn down cities.

There is so much great diversity here in Nevada, many different races and multi-racial families like mine, getting along, enjoying and helping each other. PLEASE do NOT continue to buy into and promote the division tactics.

I also caution you on the vaccine rhetoric - as we the people know there are A LOT of problems with the vaccines and the reporting on Covid. Keep up pushing the vaccines and you will end up on the wrong end of history. Say NO to mandatory vaccines and vaccine passports - it’s wrong to force people to take an experimental drug for a virus that there are already many treatments for.

Children should already be back in schools and the phony, non-science based mask mandate should be lifted immediately. The political theatre of masks is ridiculous and We The People are tired of the BS.

As always, We The People believe in law and order. Back the Blue and Obey the Law.
BTW - I will post this at and wait for your response so I can post that too.


Joe Enterprise

On May 8, 2021, at 4:10 PM, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto <> wrote:

Dear Fellow Nevadan,

I’ve had such an incredible week in Nevada, and I’m excited to share what I saw and learned with you.

In Las Vegas, I met with Asian American and Pacific Islander community leaders to talk about how to combat hate crimes during the pandemic and beyond. We discussed the bipartisan COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, which I helped secure in the Senate to address our communities’ concerns and keep Nevadans safe.

I also celebrated Cinco de Mayo at the East Las Vegas Community Center. It’s just one of the many locations around Nevada helping people get free COVID-19 vaccines.

I had lots of opportunities to see how those vaccines are helping Nevadans get back to work. I was thrilled to tour the Las Vegas Convention Center’s West Hall expansion to celebrate our growing economic recovery. This is a truly premier destination that will bring more convention-goers to our state as we continue to safely reopen.

As Nevada’s economy opens up, employers like these are going to be hiring, which is why I took time to visit the College of Southern Nevada’s Division of Workforce & Economic Development. There, I was able to talk to current students and alumni of CSN’s great programs to help workers build new skills, and I shared with them my plans to create more jobs in the Silver State.

Another one of my priorities is getting Nevada’s children back in schools. As our students head back to the classroom, I had a chance to talk with some incredible student leaders in Washoe County who have worked to help their peers cope with the mental health challenges of the pandemic. Based on conversations with students all over the state, I’ve been pushing the administration to do more to support students struggling with mental and behavioral health issues and connect them with mental health providers.

I was also able to tour the Nevada CARES facility that just opened up in Reno to provide 46,000 square feet of emergency housing. The site was built using $16.74 million in federal funding that I helped include in recent COVID-19 relief bills.

Also in Reno, I made a somber visit to the James D. Hoff Peace Officer Memorial to commemorate law enforcement officers in the Silver State who have been killed in the line of duty or survived critical incidents. I’m so grateful to the brave men and women who put their lives on the line every day to protect our communities, as well as to their families.

I am always so glad to get to spend time with you to hear what you need to help recover from this pandemic. As always, if my office can do anything to help, I hope you’ll reach out.



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