Oh, my. I guess yesterday’s “event” with Joe Heck didn’t quite go as planned.
What especially looks to be the problem at hand was the event Joe Heck attended. Was it private? Were protests allowed? Who was causing a scene?
Honestly, that’s missing the point. Why is Joe Heck’s event page completely empty? Why was a constituent who RSVPed to an event that was supposedly “open to the public” kicked out for wearing a “Beyond Coal” Sierra Club t-shirt? And why weren’t local constituents allowed to ask questions of (supposedly) their member of Congress?
Seriously, something is wrong with this picture.
After the initial fallout from yesterday’s event, I heard firsthand reports from a few people who made it inside. Now I understand why they didn’t want more people inside. Heck said one of our energy problems is that “we can’t utilize fracking to its full potential”. So our energy solution lies in a dangerous practice going after a limited amount of natural gas? And how is that supposed to help us in Nevada?
And how on earth is the “clean coal” myth supposed to help? Apparently that was the other “bright idea” Heck threw out yesterday. There’s no such thing as “clean coal“, and America will do just fine without it.
So these are the “energy solutions” coming from Joe Heck? No wonder why his new dirty energy friends had their PR people kick citizens out of that “open to the public” meeting yesterday. What will fracking for natural gas or “clean coal” actually do for Nevada? Absolutely nothing.
On the other hand, we have great potential for renewable energy. Why wouldn’t Heck address that yesterday? Was he afraid someone would ask why he pledged to oppose any climate legislation that could create more clean energy jobs here in Nevada?
So who does Joe Heck really serve? It doesn’t sound like he’s doing anything to help us in Nevada. Heck, he won’t even listen to us!Tweet