Boyd’s first TV attack ad bashes ‘D.C. Diane’

The initial clip in the Randy Boyd campaign ad, entitled “D.C. Diane,” shows Black being interviewed along with other members of Congress by journalist Katie Couric during the 2016 campaign.

Transcript

Katie Couric: “Building a wall on the southern border and getting Mexico to pay for it.”

Diane Black: “First of all you can’t build a wall, that won’t work.”

Couric: So, you’re opposed to building a wall and asking Mexico to pay for it.

Black: “First of all, it can’t be done. So…”

Announcer: DC Diane Black, a typical twenty year career politician who says one thing in Tennessee but does another in DC. The Real DC Diane voted against funding border security, voted to give Tennessee driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants, and voted to give Obama a blank check for his amnesty.”

4 Responses to Boyd’s first TV attack ad bashes ‘D.C. Diane’

  • benton temple says:

    Well. Well Well.

    Looks like “D.C. Diane” was caught on tape. At what point will folks realize that she is the pinnacle of a carer politician that says one thing around us, but does another when she’s around reporters and other politicians?

    NO TO CAREER POLITICIANS LIKE DIANE BLACK!

  • Phil Lassiter says:

    Yeah. Dang. I don’t want Boyd-but this ad is correct. She needs to counter with accurate ads herself!!! We all know they are there. Hurry!! Boyd is Haslam 3rd term at best

  • benton temple says:

    Don’t interpret that I’m for Boyd, but what is wrong with a 3rd Haslam term? Record-low unemployment, more highly-educated workforce, drastically smaller government, lower taxes…etc. Haslam has been a great Governor.

    • Donna Locke says:

      Bill Haslam is a compounded continuation of Phil Bredesen with the corporate welfare, as news orgs have documented. That spending/ granting of state privileges greatly increased under Haslam. Also, Haslam could have mandated federal E-Verify for state jobs and hasn’t, and he chose to represent foreign nationals rather than American citizens in the sanctuary bill and certain other measures.

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