The second Iowa Gubernatorial debate took place last night in Sioux City. One moment, whether scripted or not, stands out from all others.

I am an unabashed supporter of Roe v. Wade,” Fred Hubbell passionately declared. It was his most expressive moment in the debate.

From the start of his campaign, Hubbell has not been quiet about his abortion extremist views. Despite his previous candor on the issue, this moment was still quite shocking.

He is an ‘unabashed supporter’ of the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision responsible for the deaths of more than 60 million unborn babies and counting.

Governor Kim Reynolds is committed to fighting for the protection of all human lives. Fred Hubbell supports abortion on demand and without apology.

The choice for Iowa Governor could not be clearer nor the stakes higher.

Learn more about Fred Hubbell’s extremist views on abortion at WrongWayFred.org.

Listen to the debate over abortion on Wednesday night:

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  1. Sir Frederick needs to go see the movie “Gosnell” and get the full perspective of what happens in an abortion clinic. I know he gets plenty of money from PP, so I don’t have words to call him. But there is blood on his hands and those that approve of this gruesome procedure. Go SEE this movie and then tell me you still support this barbaric stance.

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