In a Loeffler campaign ad, a woman asks, “Did you know that Kelly Loeffler is ranked as the most conservative senator in America?” To which a man replies, “Yes, she is more conservative than Attila Hull.”
The scene turns into the scene of a warrior who is said to be the hunt Attila, who grumbles at a clerk who takes notes.
“Fight China – it happened,” he tells the clerk as you write. “Attack a big government – yes.”
“Eliminate the liberal scribes … uh,” the clerk says in response to the last grunt to end the scene. The narrator then says, “More conservative than Attila Hull. Kelly Löfler: Trump̵
7;s 100% voting record.”
The ad comes when Loefler, who was appointed to replace former Sen. Johnny Isaacson in December, faces a general election challenge from US MP Doug Collins, who is also a Republican. Unlike the traditional primary, many candidates, regardless of party, can face each other in the special election for Isakson’s place as part of Georgia’s election rules. If no candidate receives a majority of the votes in November, the race goes into a run-off of two.
Collins, an unwavering ally of President Donald Trump and an original choice to be appointed to the post, accused Löfler of not being conservative enough, describing his donations to Democrats as support for planned parenting. According to the $ 3.2 million “Open Secrets” donated by Lefler and her husband to political committees, less than 3% support Democratic candidates and efforts.
Collins rejected the ad, claiming on Twitter that Löfler “is so embarrassed to discuss conservative values that she hired an actor to make grumbling sounds instead of doing it herself.”
“BGF Attila Hoon was an open-minded globalist who killed Christians and practiced abortions after birth,” he added.
Some critics question whether Loefler’s campaign confused Hun Attila, who attacked the famous Roman Empire, with Genghis Khan, who invaded and gained considerable control of parts of China. Attila’s empire did not extend east beyond the Caspian Sea, according to maps, including that of cartographer and historian William Shepard, thousands of miles from China.
The move also follows the WNBA, which distanced itself from Loeffler, co-owner of Atlanta Dream, in July following its objection to the WNBA’s plans to honor the Black Lives Matter movement. Last month, WNBA players on teams, including Dream, were spotted wearing “Vote Warnock” shirts in support of Rafael Warnock, a Democrat who is also running for Loeffler’s seat. Löfler, for his part, slammed the WNBA for participating in what it calls a “cancel culture.”