Loeffler paints herself as 'more conservative than Attila the Hun' in new campaign ad

Sen. Kelly LoefflerKelly LoefflerThese Senate seats are up for election in 2022 Eleven interesting races to watch in 2022 Democrats' selective hearing on law and order issues puts everyone at risk MORE (R-Ga.) is comparing herself to an unlikely historical figure in a new campaign ad — Attila the Hun. 

Loeffler’s 30-second ad aims to paint the Georgia Republican as voters' most conservative option ahead of the Nov. 3 special election in which she faces several candidates including Rep. Doug CollinsDouglas (Doug) Allen CollinsJan. 6 panel releases contempt report on Trump DOJ official ahead of censure vote Lobbying world Sunday shows preview: Biden administration confronts inflation spike MORE (R-Ga.).

In the ad released by Loeffler’s campaign Monday, a man lounging on a couch describes the senator as “more conservative than Attila the Hun,” the ruthless ruler of the Hunnic Empire.


The ad then cuts to a clip of an actor seemingly portraying Attila who grunts out orders to another actor who speaks the orders out as he takes notes. 

“Fight China, got it,” the note-taker says. 

The other orders he repeats from “Attila” include, “attack big government” and “eliminate the liberal scribes.” 

“More conservative than Attila the Hun. Kelly Loeffler, 100 percent Trump voting record,” a narrator says, as the ad cuts to a picture of Loeffler with President TrumpDonald TrumpBiden says Roe v. Wade under attack like 'never before' On student loans, Biden doesn't have an answer yet Grill company apologizes after sending meatloaf recipe on same day of rock star's death MORE

The ad is running on TV statewide, according to the Loeffler campaign. 

Loeffler is running in a multi-candidate special election to fill the seat of retired Sen. Johnny IsaksonJohnny IsaksonThese Senate seats are up for election in 2022 Schumer makes plea for voting bill, filibuster reform in rare Friday session Jan. 6 brings Democrats, Cheneys together — with GOP mostly absent MORE (R). The winner of the election will fill the remainder of the term which ends in 2022. 

Several candidates of both parties are running in the crowded race. Democrats in the race include the Rev. Raphael Warnock and Matt Lieberman. 

If no candidate wins a majority of the vote on Election Day, the top two finishers will advance to a runoff in January.