We reached out to just about every candidate that we ranked with a questionnaire specific to the office they are running for. Here are the answers Ms. Robinson provided.
Ms. Robinson is a Libertarian. She's running to represent Nevada's 35th Assembly District.
Tell us about your background. What are your qualifications for this position?
I ended up double majoring in college in both American History and political science, which was an education that I didn’t really advantage of until around 2015 when my platform turned more from entertainment to politics. Eventually my platform grew and it allowed me to travel the country speaking at conservative/Patriot/freedom events for the last few years, which naturally turned into local activism as well. I’m also a journalist for the DC and spend a LOT of time exposing government corruption in the state…mostly because the local news won’t. I ran as an anti-establishment Republican for Congress in 2022, only to lose when Kevin McCarthy endorsed my criminal opponent and gave him half a million in dark funds to win. That’s about when I realized I’m not a real Republican, the GOP sucks, and eventually found a home in the Nevada Libertarian community.
Do you agree or disagree with the measures taken by state officials in response to the COVID-19 pandemic? What do you think should have been done or done differently?
I rallied and protested throughout the entire lockdown. We should have never shut down and had our legislature here not also been corrupt, they should have impeached the governor for granting himself “emergency powers” to override the constitution.
Many voters are unhappy with our public school system. What policies or actions would you prescribe to repair or replace the existing system? Do you support “school choice” policies such as educational savings accounts? Why or why not?
Nevada is 49th in the nation for schools. I’m currently pushing for vouchers so parents can either send their children to the school of their choice, or offset the costs of home schooling. It actually cost less to send a child to the average private school here than public school which is ridiculous.
Please briefly describe your political philosophy. What are your guiding principles?
I’m a pretty staunch constitutionalist, so to watch that get trampled the last few years has been unbelievable. I think the federal government is out of control and I’d like to see it defunded and stripped down, which I believe starts with building a strong sovereign state here. If the government‘s got enough money to send overseas, then the government is taking too much money from us. As for social issues, I really don’t care what someone wants to do until it starts infringing on my rights…or the rights of minors.
Many voters are concerned about inflation and its impact. What could be done at the state or national level to address the root causes of inflation or mitigate its impact on the public?
Inflation is an issue of the Fed printing too much money and Congress spending it…but I do believe if people were educated on the true workings of our financial system, they might wake up enough to actually make the changes we need. We’re basically running a Ponzi scheme and the wheels are going to come off this car real fast. I saw where Utah is doing goldbacks which I found interesting and would like to do something like that here in Nevada, and of course protect crypto. I’d like to end the federal income tax as well, but would need to look into what can be done from a state level whether it’s challenging the government in court etc.
What would be your top priorities in the Nevada state legislature?
Election Integrity, Defunding Politicians (banning corporations, unions, PACS, and lobbyists feom donating to and thus influencing political campaigns within the state) Massively cutting taxes by ending government waste, School choice vouchers, and end no knock warrants. (Police keep breaking into the wrong homes here and they already got an innocent kid killed here just a few months ago when SWAT broke in through the window at 4 in the morning and a shoot out commenced.)
Who or what are the largest political special interests in Nevada, and which of these do you see as having a positive or negative influence?
Well, our biggest influence/issue is corruption as it is very heavy in both parties here. We know they rigged the 2020 election and we knew they were going rig the primary, so we were kinda ready for them this time. We put in our own poll watchers and got videos and evidence, and now we have some serious lawsuits goingto save the state. 40,000 people couldn’t even vote in the primary because the DMV switched their parties to non partisan, there was no chain of custody, people’s parties and precinct were written on the outside of the envelope when it’s supposed to be secret, and they still wouldn’t allow observers to watch…so we’ve got illegal elections here and it’s an issue. Lots of dark money PACS too, because they can donate unlimited funds to candidates here in Nevada.