Four Clips That Show Deborah Ross Is Way Too Radical For North Carolina
Deborah Ross’s time as the executive director of ACLU-NC once again proved a massive liability for the North Carolina Democrat. Her radical opposition to the creation of a sex offender registry dominated the conversation. Ross also could not escape the toxicity of the national Democratic brand. She was forced to dodge when asked about Hillary Clinton’s trustworthiness, while also admitting that she would have voted for Obamacare if she were a Senator in 2009.
Previously, Ross has freely admitted she finds Hillary Clinton trustworthy. Yet under the bright lights of the debate stage, Ross ducked the question and wouldn’t give a definitive answer on Clinton’s trustworthiness:
First, in the past Ross has freely admitted that she finds Hillary Clinton trustworthy. Yet under the bright lights of the debate stage, Ross ducked the question and wouldn’t give a definitive answer on Clinton’s trustworthiness:
One question that she did answer was whether or not she would have voted for Obamacare. Ross told North Carolina voters, currently struggling under large premium increases, that she would have voted to create the failing Obamacare system:
Yet the topic that dominated the night was Ross’ opposition to the creation of a sex offender registry in North Carolina. Ross’ actions against the sex offender registry have drawn a significant amount of attention in North Carolina. Tonight, Ross admitted that she raised issues with the creation of the registry:
Still, Ross tried to dodge the issue. Yet unfortunately for Ross, Senator Burr came prepared with Ross’ own words from the 1990s. Ross had no comeback when Senator Burr told North Carolina citizens that in 1997 Ross said that a sex offender registry wouldn’t “protect your child”:
On both Obamacare and the sex offender registry, Ross made the wrong call. In these issues Ross showed North Carolina that she puts her radical agenda above its people. The Tar Heel state cannot afford a United States Senator who will be steered by such misguided principles.