Saturday, January 17, 2015

Rep. Renee Ellmers Votes Against Deporting Wife Beaters and Child Molesters

 Rep. Renee Ellmers, of the 2nd Congressional District of North Carolina, not only refused to vote for defunding Obama’s executive amnesty, she was the only republican to vote no on an amendment that would prioritize illegal aliens for deportation who’ve been convicted of domestic violence, or child molestation.

Frank Roche, last year’s primary opponent, called out the congresswoman on her weak stance on immigration.  She, of course, lied through her teeth.  Ellmer’s latest vote vindicates critics who called her out.

As Roche points out, Ellmers tried to explain her votes by saying the bill was "overly broad in scope, as it has the potential to have a real negative and lasting impact on jobs and families in North Carolina." She added, "there are businesses in the Second District who contract with Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and many of these jobs could be put in jeopardy with the passing of this legislation."

Roche said Ellmers' votes make it clear to the voters of North Carolina's 2nd district where she stands on the issue of granting amnesty and work permits to illegal aliens.

In the 2016 GOP primary, if she decides to run, there will be no chance for deception, mischaracterization, or misleading ads by the Ellmers campaign or her supporters. She has been outed when it comes to amnesty, immigration, and constitutional overreach.

Rep. Ellmers was one of only ten Republicans to vote no on the DHS funding bill on the whole, although only 8 voted no because of the immigration amendments.

Let’s hope she decides not to run.  If she wins the primary, I would just as soon have a democrat take that seat rather than a RINO who doesn’t value American citizenship.


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