Heck Chosen By The Same Washington D.C. Power Brokers Demanding Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Dumping Ground
Las Vegas — United States Senate Republican nominee candidate Juston Preble (R – Nevada) today criticized Congressman Joe Heck (R- The Pyramids) and the Washington D.C. establishment for trying to select the next United States Senator from Nevada.
“The citizens of Nevada should be able to choose their own Senator without interference from lobbyists and Washington power brokers spreading around millions in political cash. The same guys who tried to dump all nuclear waste from the United States in Nevada are now trying to dump Joe “Pyramid Scheme” Heck on Nevada,” said Juston Preble. “The American Revolution started because of abuses of power being heaped on Americans from a power broker 2,000 miles away. Republican party voters in 2016 are in revolt against the establishment because we are tired of having power brokers in Washington D.C. having more influence over our senators than we do.”
Preble explained that a substantial amount of contributions to elect Joe Heck are from money sources outside of Nevada. Heck has substantial support from the Koch brothers, defense contractors, insurance companies, payday loan companies, oil companies, and special interest PAC’s that have donated almost $1,500,000.00 to Heck in this election cycle according to Federal Election Commission disclosure reports.
“When the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the White House were pushing hard for Yucca Mountain to become the largest glow in the dark waste facility in the world, ordinary Nevada residents pushed back and got it stopped. We stopped the special interests that were ganging up on us by sticking together,” said Preble. “The power hungry special interests that work against the wellbeing of American families for their own advancement are now advancing the candidacy of Joe Heck, and we need to stop that just like we stopped train loads of nuclear waste traveling through our communities on the way to Yucca Mountain.”
Press release source: Tom Mannix. Contact Juston Preble For United States Senate at 312-622-8962. www.JustonForUSSenate.com/