Army deserter running for NV Lt. Gov. seat is tossed through a metal detector

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A man running for lieutenant governor of Nevada was violently thrown through a metal detector and pinned to the ground by security officials during a taxpayer-funded meeting regarding “COVID-19 misinformation.”

Mack Miller, a Republican candidate for Lt. Gov. of Nevada, was physically ejected from a Las Vegas local government meeting on Tuesday.

The meeting in question, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, was to declare COVID-19 “misinformation” as a public health crisis.

“The Clark County Commission on Tuesday voted 5-2 to declare COVID-19 misinformation a public health crisis,” the Review-Journal reported. “Falsehoods have fueled public mistrust and prolonged the pandemic by undermining efforts to combat the spread of the disease, according to the passed resolution.”

During the event, Miller, who is something of a controversial figure and an outlier within the conservative base, began speaking up in an aggressive manner.

“There’s no way that you’re going to stop me from protecting these people’s f*cking rights,” he shouted as he was removed from the assembly.

RawStory reported that Miller was tossed through the metal detectors and eventually ended up on the floor.

Miller, an Army deserter who was also arrested for impersonating a police officer, has run for several public office roles over the years.

In the summer of 2007, Miller deployed to Iraq with the US Army, having been stationed in Germany as his first duty station.

Three months into his deployment, Miller left for leave and did not return.

Claiming he had sustained injuries, Miller went on to insinuate that one of his sergeants told him not to return- no evidence of this communique is believed to exist.

In the end, a military court found then-PFC Miller guilty of desertion and sentenced him to 18 months confinement, a demotion to private, and a bad-conduct discharge.

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