HomePoliticsLAXALT APPROVED DOMINION VOTING MACHINES, FAILED TO TELL TRUMP Politics LAXALT APPROVED DOMINION VOTING MACHINES, FAILED TO TELL TRUMP August 17, 2021 Rob Lauer Political Reporter Following the November 2020 Presidential election, the NVGOP and the Trump campaign team explored many options to file lawsuits challenging the results in the Nevada general elections. Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt was front and center in the news cycle “fighting” for President Trump. But behind the scenes Laxalt was anything but cooperative. In fact, according to direct sources, Laxalt threw “a hissy fit” when the group wanted to sue Dominion Voting Systems. Laxalt yelled and screamed and refused to sue Dominion. 360 News Las Vegas has uncovered that in 2015 and 2018, then, Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt approved the State’s contracts with Dominion Voting Systems. (see attachments). Any such contracts signed off by the Nevada Secretary of State were also approved by the Nevada Attorney General, Adam Laxalt under Nevada law. Dominon cert signed by SOS DominionVotingSystemsDemoc sign off 2018 Adam Laxalt filed a lawsuit on behalf of several plaintiffs in an effort to help Pres. Trump. The suit named Secretary of State as the defendant and sought to disqualify votes from non-citizens listed as registered voters. Laxalt never disclosed his conflict of interest between Dominion and the Trump campaign team while representing them in the lawsuit according to sources we spoke with. In addition, 360 News reached to Laxalt’s Washington D.C. Law firm where he works, to confirm whether they also represented Dominion Voting. They refused to answer.