WATCH: CNN Actually Calls Katie Hobbs Out For Refusing To Debate Kari Lake And Supporting UNLIMITED Abortion – Hobbs Says Kari Lake Is “Afraid Of Of Talking To Voters”

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Katie Hobbs looks petrified when asked about her refusal to debate Kari Lake

Even CNN called Democrat Katie Hobbs out over the weekend on State of the Union with Dana Bash for refusing to debate Kari Lake.

Hobbs has such little respect for the voters of Arizona that she told Bash, “They’re not going to look at their ballot and say, ‘damn it, Katie Hobbs didn’t debate her opponent.’”

Hobbs was also pressed on her abortion stance, and she again refused to give a clear answer. When asked the simple yes or no question, “if you become Governor, you will push for a law that has absolutely no limits in any point of the pregnancy on abortion?” Hobbs gave a long answer refusing to state whether or not that sums up her position.

However, Bash refused to ask a single question about Katie Hobbs’ grotesque history of racism.

The Gateway Pundit reported on Kari Lake’s State of the Union appearance just before Hobbs, where Kari Lake set Bash up with a perfect question about Katie Hobbs’s racist past.

CNN Turns Kari Lake’s Mic Down As She Squares Off With Dana Bash On State Of The Union But Kari Recorded Her Own Audio – WATCH

TGP has reported extensively on Katie Hobbs’ record of racism, her embracement of slavery in high school, her failure to name one good thing about the Hispanic community in Arizona, and her recent freak-out when confronted by a black reporter.

Jack Posobiec shared a short clip from the interview on Sunday.

Watch the full questioning of Hobbs’ abortion stance and weak debate dodge below.

Hobbs: They’re not going to look at their ballot and say, “damn it, Katie Hobbs didn’t debate her opponent.”

Bash: She just came and sat down with me and answered my questions for a lot of minutes.

Hobbs: Yeah.

Bash: A lot of Democrats are questioning your decision, and they’re saying, you know, it’s the wrong decision. President Biden’s former 2020 co-chair said, “I would debate, and I would want the people of Arizona to know what my platform is.” If you think she’s as dangerous as you’re saying to democracy, is it your responsibility as a candidate who wants to run Arizona to show and explain who their alternative is?

Hobbs: That is exactly what I’m doing right now. And there is a lot more ability to have a conversation with you without her interruptions and shouting to do that.

It appears that in an attempt to run cover for Katie Hobbs, Dana Bash actually referred to the State’s most leftwing paper, the Arizona Republic, as “the Arizona Republican” before reading a critical piece about Hobbs.

The Republic is so biased that they once refused to air an interview with Kari Lake because she destroyed their loser leftist reporter.

CNN’s Dana Bash refers to Arizona’s far-left Arizona Republic as “the Arizona Republican”

Hobbs claimed that Kari Lake “refused” to tell Arizonans where she stands on the issues and that “she’s the one who’s afraid of talking to voters.” Katie Hobbs must think the people of Arizona are stupid.

Kari Lake holds multiple events each day on the campaign trail, and she never shies away from talking to the voters. Lake has even started her own “Ask Me Anything Tour,” where she takes unscripted questions from constituents and the pro-Hobbs Fake News media.

Hobbs also proclaimed to be against medical mandates, saying that politicians “don’t belong in these decisions,” despite her support for mandatory masking and vaccination during the COVID-19 flu.

Watch from The Gateway Pundit on Rumble below:

Bash: Do you support any legal limits on abortion in Arizona?

Hobbs: Look, the fact is right now that we are under an extreme 15-week ban that limits health care options for women who need them. Uh, there’s the potential uh for a complete ban. Right now, that ban is in the courts, but under uh my opponent’s administration, she would support a full ban. She’s called this a great law.

Bash: What do you support?

Hobbs: Look, when you’re talking about late-term abortion that is incredibly extremely rare, and it’s happening if there is if that conversation is happening, it’s because there’s something that’s gone incredibly wrong in the pregnancy. And, doc, politicians do not belong in that decision.

Bash: What are your limits be?

Hobbs: The, the decision about abortion should be between a patient and their doctor.

Bash: So there should be no limits in the law? It should only be decided in the medical office?

Hobbs: Government making these kinds of mandates interferes with the care that doctors need to provide to their patients. They don’t belong in these decisions.

Bash: Okay, so just to be clear, if you become governor, you will push for a law that has absolutely no limits in any point of the pregnancy on abortion? That’s your position, that’s what you would want to be the law of the land in Arizona?

Hobbs: The fact is right now that we have very limited options and that we need to get politicians out of the way and let doctors provide the care that they are trained to provide. The health care that their patients need. Politicians don’t belong in those decisions.

Bash: You declined to participate in a PBS debate against Kari Lake. Here’s what one columnist from the Arizona Republican wrote. Laurie Roberts from the Arizona Republic, this is what she wrote. She wrote, “If Katie Hobbs loses, remember October 12, the day she ran away from confronting Kari Lake. Democrats in Arizona are known for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, but Hobbs’s refusal to debate her opponent on Wednesday represents a new level of political malpractice.” Why won’t you debate her?

Hobbs: Look, Kari Lake has made it clear time and time again that she’s not interested in having substantive in-depth conversations about the issues that matter to Arizonans. She only wants a scenario where she can control the dialogue. And she’s refused to sit down in a one-on-one lengthy conversation to really clarify with Arizonans where she is on the issues. She’s the one who’s afraid of of talking to voters where she’s at, and we are doing everything we can to take, to make our case directly to the voters of Arizona. And I guarantee you, I guarantee you that when Arizonans who are struggling, when they go to open their ballot, when they’re thinking about the fact that they’re not sure how they’re going to put food on the table, they’re rationing their insulin, or they’re thinking about having to drive their niece or their sister or their daughter to California to get the health care that they need. They’re not going to look at their ballot and say, “damn it, Katie Hobbs didn’t debate her opponent.”

Bash: She just came and sat down with me and answered my questions for a lot of minutes.

Hobbs: Yeah.

Bash: A lot of Democrats are questioning your decision, and they’re saying, you know, it’s the wrong decision. President Biden’s former 2020 co-chair said, “I would debate, and I would want the people of Arizona to know what my platform is.” If you think she’s as dangerous as you’re saying to democracy, is it your responsibility as a candidate who wants to run Arizona to show and explain who their alternative is?

Hobbs: That is exactly what I’m doing right now. And there is a lot more ability to have a conversation with you without her interruptions and shouting uh to do that. Uh, and and yes, she did sit down with you. She has refused to do that with any legitimate reporter in the state of Arizona and take her case directly to the voters. She’s only interested in creating a spectacle, and I guarantee you, uh people that are struggling in Arizona right now are not making their decisions about whether whether, over whether or not there was a debate between myself and Kari Lake. They’re going to make their decision based on the person who understands their struggle and has real solutions to try to fix that struggle.

Watch the full interview here.

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