(South Florida Sun-Sentinel) If you’re watching local TV news early in the morning in the next few days, tuning in to check the weather Saturday morning, or unwinding with “Judge Mathis” or “Access Hollywood,” get ready for unusual visual assault during commercial breaks.

Protected by federal law that says congressional candidates have a carte blanche to say and show whatever they want in television ads, an out-of-state anti-abortion activist who’s running for Congress in South Florida is taking to the airwaves starting Wednesday.

Randall Terry’s ad, which is only getting a few showings in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach TV markets, is guaranteed to grab attention and repulse many people at the same time.

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