ONN – Las Vegas Stadium Allegiant Stadium Construction Cam Page Blocked From View after worker tests positive for the Coronavirus.
For some reason, the Las Vegas Stadium Allegiant Stadium Construction Camera Page on the Raiders website was blocked from view. While no official note was given, the event happened to occur just after it was announced that a second worker tested positive for COVID-19.
On the livestream show, two viewers tried to toss in fake news: one claiming there was something wrong with the camera, then the other asserting there was nothing wrong. The misdirection continued even after I used the Wayback Machine to show that the interior camera page was removed, as well as the “view” camera links.
Then, after a zennie62Media regular PJ noticed that the livestream was up on the mobile version of the site, it was still strange. Why would the organization have a clearly blocked camera on the desktop version of the Raiders website, but not the mobile version?
In all, it seemed to me that the Raiders may have been concerned that a viewer would see instances of violating social distancing policy. Indeed, the camera may work at night, but then it’s harder to see how many people were at work, or what they were doing, and how they were standing with respect to the policy.
Then, a viewer sent a photo to me at 2:22 AM EST, and wrote “Just drove by. Metro police there at night to chase people off? They are doing more night work – harder for OSHA to monitor? No 6 feet guys!” The photo featured two men walking closer than any six-foot distance and inside the construction zone, with the stadium clearly in the background.
That’s the clearest piece of evidence, yet, that the Raiders are hiding their true intentions from the public. It seems they’re trying to maintain a time-table toward some date of completion, and without true concern for social distancing. From this picture, and considering the games with the camera, they just don’t want to get caught. And regardless of how many workers get COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Who is allowing this? Why doesn’t the Governor of Nevada stop this? And why doesn’t the media ask him? Governor Sisolak was on The Rachel Maddow Show last week – not a peep about the stadium and the reason its considered “essential”, or for that matter, Resorts World, where a third worker tested positive for COVID-19 Coronavirus.
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