NC-02: New Duncan ad hammers Ellmers on amnesty for illegals


No more Mr. Nice Guy?

Jim Duncan, Renee Ellmers’s leading GOP challenger, has stepped away from his sunny, user-friendly game plan to open fire with both barrels on the incumbent congresswoman.  Here is his latest ad. 

Some of the ad’s highlights?

Rep. Ellmers was the ONLY Republican to vote against a bill to deport illegal immigrants convicted of domestic violence, sexual abuse, or child abuse. (The Blaze, 01/14/15) (RC #31, 01/14/15)


Rep. Ellmers supports amnesty and was one of only 10 Republicans to fund President Obama’s executive amnesty. (McClatchy, 01/14/15) (RC #35, 01/14/15) (Fay Observer, 01/18/14)Duncan_Commercial__2

Followers of this blog might remember this episode where ol’ Renee got kind of testy with constituents who came to her office to discuss amnesty for illegals.  You might also remember her on-air showdown with Laura Ingraham over her amnesty positions.

You can see the importance of the illegal alien situation with the electorate everywhere — in the rise of Donald Trump, and in all kinds of polling. The American people are at odds with entities like The Chamber and The Farm Bureau that line politician pockets to look the other way on illegal immigration.

Voters go to the polls for the Second District  US House primary, and other races, on March 15th.


11 thoughts on “NC-02: New Duncan ad hammers Ellmers on amnesty for illegals

  1. She’s soft on illegals, in 2015 she (Ellmers) went down to Central America to promote free healthcare down there … at the tax payers expense. I’ve called, written letters, e-mailed Ellmers on help with the poor help in obamacare. No answer. But when I wrote about this on her Facebook page she quickly banned me thus taking away my 1st Amendment rights, which by the way Renee is against Federal Law for a House, Senate, even POTUS to do.

    1. “Soft” doesn’t even begin to describe her total sell-out on amnesty/open borders.

      This is THE most important issue because it severely affects/damages everything in this country – jobs, wages, the debt, entitlements, health care, schools, infrastructure, and most importantly, whether we survive as a representative republic with more than one party.

      Jim Duncan is nearly 100% on board with the no amnesty/immigration reduction platform of NumbersUSA to protect this country and its citizens.

    2. Well, I don’t like Renee Ellmers either, but I don’t think that it is against the law to prohibit someone from a Facebook page. That is to say, Facebook isn’t really a protected forum under the Constitution.

      1. I am not sure about the legalities of it either. But, I will say the House of Representatives is “supposed” to be the people’s house; therefore it should be the people’s page. If a congresswoman is censoring people because they do not agree with her open borders philosophy and Obama Care funding then it’s reason enough to not vote for her and is down right shameful.

  2. It is time for the voters of District 2 to send in a solid individual who doesn’t use his gender to garner sex. Jim duncan from all I have read about him would be a welcome change in DC. I wish I was in his district as I would support him. Go Duncan. Wish him the best

  3. Bye, bye Ms. Elmers. I understand retirement in Florida is great this time of year. Just thinking ahead.

    1. Ellmers’ husband sent a $500 check to Taylor Griffin, the establishment challenger against Walter Jones. Griffin deposited it, but then in a clear CYA move to try to avoid the connection, refunded the contribution. Even other establishment candidates are shunning Ellmers.

  4. “Bye, bye Ms. Elmers. I understand retirement in Florida is great this time of year. Just thinking ahead.”

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