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Rapper tells fan who thinks she’s pregnant to ‘get rid’ of unborn baby. Pro-life advocacy group steps in and shares a bit of reality.

Rapper and entertainer Lil Nas X told a fan who made a possible pregnancy announcement that they should “get rid” of the unborn child.

Live Action, a pro-life advocacy group, took note of the rapper’s remarks and took him to task on social media.

The rapper — real name Montero Lamar Hill — responded with a brush-off, but the nonprofit organization saved the best response for last.

What are the details?

According to LiveAction.org, a fan during a live Instagram chat told the rapper, “I think I’m pregnant.”

Hill responded with what appeared to be a distasteful attempt at a joke and said, “Congratulations! Get rid of it.”


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What else?

Live Action reported on Hill’s remarks Wednesday, writing, “BREAKING: Rapper [Lil Nas X] known for his song ‘Old Town Road’ tells his pregnant fan to kill her baby — ‘Congratulations! get rid of it.'”

Hill took the outlet to task over the story and responded, “No one cares, ratio,” and shared, instead, the video for his new single, “Holiday.”

Live Action had the last word, however.

In a scathing response, Live Action’s Twitter wrote, “Tens of millions of Americans DO CARE that 2,400 babies are being murdered every day.”

The group then took the opportunity to expound on the sanctity of life and shared a link to 10 images victims of second-trimester abortions.

The article, titled “These 10 images may change your mind about abortion,” features graphic images of babies aborted during their mother’s second trimester.

A portion of the article states, “The children in these photographs were aborted at the University of Wisconsin Hospital in the early 1980s. They were eventually smuggled out of the pathology lab there, given to Citizens for a Pro-life Society, and provided proper burials.”

(H/T: The Daily Wire)

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Pregnant supermodel Emily Ratajkowski says she and her husband ‘won’t know’ baby’s gender ‘until our child is 18’ and ‘they’ll let us know then’

It’s become standard fare for leftist celebrities to proclaim they’re letting their children choose their genders. And pregnant supermodel Emily Ratajkowski is the latest, writing in Vogue that she and her husband “won’t know the gender” of their baby “until our child is 18” and “they’ll let us know then.”

What are the details?

Ratajkowski added to her essay, “I like the idea of forcing as few gender stereotypes on my child as possible” but that she doesn’t like “that we force gender-based preconceptions onto people, let alone babies. I want to be a parent who allows my child to show themself to me. And yet I realize that while I may hope my child can determine their own place in the world, they will, no matter what, be faced with the undeniable constraints and constructions of gender before they can speak or, hell, even be born.”

Indeed, the woke pronoun thing is primed and ready to go.

Still, she acknowledged that she’s asked her husband — actor-producer Sebastian Bear-McClard — if he wants a boy, and that “he refuses to give me an answer, swearing that he doesn’t have a preference. But one Sunday as he’s watching football he makes a remark about how it’d be fun to have a little boy to watch with.”

Ratajkowski said she shot back, “Girls watch football, too!”

One thing’s for sure, though: The supermodel has fears about raising a son — particularly due to the child’s inevitable whiteness.

“I’ve known far too many white men who move through the world unaware of their privilege, and I’ve been traumatized by many of my experiences with them,” Ratajkowski wrote. “And boys too; it’s shocking to realize how early young boys gain a sense of entitlement — to girls’ bodies and to the world in general. I’m not scared of raising a ‘bad guy,’ as many of the men I’ve known who abuse their power do so unintentionally. But I’m terrified of inadvertently cultivating the carelessness and the lack of awareness that are so convenient for men. It feels much more daunting to create an understanding of privilege in a child than to teach simple black-and-white morality. How do I raise a child who learns to like themself while also teaching them about their position of power in the world?”

‘Nothing worse than the undisturbed sleep of a white man in a patriarchal world’

She then shared a story about a friend’s struggle with white males — namely her husband and new baby boy:

My friend who is the mother to a three-year-old boy tells me that she didn’t think she cared about gender until her doctor broke the news that she was having a son. She burst into tears in her office. “And then I continued to cry for a whole month,” she says matter-of-factly. After a difficult birth experience, she developed postpartum depression and decided that she resented her husband more than she’d ever imagined possible. She told me she particularly hated — and she made an actual, physical list that she kept in her journal, editing it daily — how peacefully he slept. “There is nothing worse than the undisturbed sleep of a white man in a patriarchal world.” She shakes her head. “It was hard to come to terms with the fact that I was bringing yet another white man into the world. But now I adore him and can’t imagine it any other way.” She also eventually learned to love her husband again. The sound of his perfect sleep next to her at night is now tolerable.

Anything else?

Ratajkowski is no stranger to expressing left-wing views. She publicly backed Democratic socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in 2016 and took some heat for partnering with Planned Parenthood a year earlier. But in fairness, Ratajkowski in 2017 said she stood up for Melania Trump after a New York Times journalist called the first lady a “hooker.”

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VIDEO: Women’s March protesters accost pregnant woman, allegedly tell her ‘your kid should be aborted’

Thousands of protesters gathered in Washington, D.C., amid the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday for the Women’s March 2020. One video from the event that is gaining attention online shows a pro-abortion protester accosting a pregnant anti-abortion demonstrator.

What happened?

According to Daily Caller reporter Matthew Miller, the pregnant demonstrator was playing the sound of her child’s heartbeat over a loudspeaker.

In response, one of the pro-abortion protesters said, “I would want to kill myself if I was that baby.” Other protesters laughed at the coarse remark.

When asked by a nearby reporter to explain herself, the Women’s March protester doubled down. “Imagine using your child for political s***. I’m saying if I was that child, I’d probably want to kill myself, yeah,” she said.

What did the pregnant woman say?

She told the reporter that she attended the protest because she wanted to show pro-abortion advocates that her unborn child is, in fact, a human being.

“To show that my daughter is a real human. Yes, she’s in my body. Yes, I’m responsible for her, but her life matters, too,” the woman said. “This march, they’re not marching for pre-born women. That’s why I’m here, and that’s why my daughter’s here, so that they can have a voice as well.”

The woman explained that protesters had been accosting her all day, telling her to “eff off,” “go home,” and “your kid should be aborted.”

“That’s disgusting, that’s not feminism,” the woman reacted. “We’re here to say, ‘Hey, we want all women to be included, whether they’re born, unborn, black, white, different opinions, different genders. We’re leaving women out.”

According to NPR, 10,000 attendees were permitted to be at Saturday’s left-wing Women March event, despite Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser prohibiting “mass gatherings of more than 50 people.”

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A woman allegedly cut a baby out of her pregnant friend’s womb and tried to pass it off as her own. She’s been charged with murder.

Police say that a woman tried to pass off a baby as her own after she cut it out of her friend’s womb, but both the pregnant woman and the baby died.

The horrific story unfolded in New Boston, Texas, a city of about 4,600 people near the Texas-Arkansas border.

Reagan Simmons Hancock, 21, was attacked and killed on Friday. She had been 8 1/2 months pregnant at the time and was found with the baby having been cut out of her womb.

The woman who is suspected of committing the attack was later pulled over by police in Oklahoma. She claimed that she had given birth to the child on the side of the road and they were both taken to a hospital in Idabel, Oklahoma.

Medical professionals there deduced that she had not given birth. The baby later died at the hospital.

The woman was arrested and charged with kidnapping and murder of the baby. More charges are expected to be filed against her.

The victim’s mother told Fox News that the baby had been due Nov. 10.

“We just want our beautiful baby remembered and known for the amazing person she was and for people to see she did not deserve this,” she said.

She also said that she was the one who found her daughter after the attack.

The East Texas community has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the surviving members of the family. A GoFundMe account for the family says that the suspect attacked Hancock after pretending to be her friend.

Hancock also had a 3-year-old daughter. She said in a Facebook post that she was going to name her new baby daughter Braxlynn Sage.

Here’s a local news report about the horrendous story:


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Georgia pastor gives pregnant Waffle House waitress the tip of a lifetime: ‘Makes me wanna get back in church’

Hannah Hill, a pregnant employee at a Stockbridge, Georgia, Waffle House location, received a huge tip from a local pastor last week — and then received $12,000 more in donations from the community all because of the encounter with that very same pastor.

What are the details?

According to WXIA-TV, Hill was working a shift at the Stockbridge location when Bishop Eusebio Phelps — a pastor at New Faith Christian Church — came in and picked up his breakfast.

“She was so nice over the telephone, and when I got there, I paid for my food and I told her to keep the change,” he said. “And then when I looked at her, I asked if she was pregnant — she said yes, so at that time, I was just really urged to give her the rest of the money that I had in my wallet, which was around $40. And so I gave her the $40 and I told her that I just wanted to be able to bless her so that she could buy something for the baby.”

A gracious Hill thanked Phelps, and told him that she planned to name her unborn son Samuel.

The revelation struck a particularly bittersweet chord with Phelps, as his son — Samuel — died in Atlanta seven years ago, and the anniversary was coming up soon.

Phelps said that though Hill was appreciative of his own gesture, he was further compelled to help Hill and her child out even more: He went home and devised a plan with his wife.

“I went home, I told my wife what happened,” he recalled. “I was like, ‘Listen, I wanna raise a thousand dollars to give to Hannah so she can buy whatever she needs for the baby.”

He then took to Facebook, where he revealed his plans to help out the needy mom.

The station reported that Phelps’ Facebook post generated more than $12,000.

A big surprise

Hill told the station that she received a phone call from her mother-in-law, telling her to go down to the Waffle House.

When Hill arrived, she was greeted by Phelps and other customers who were ready to present to her a check for more than $12,000.

A spokesperson for Waffle House told Fox News:

We are so appreciative of the kind gesture made by Bishop Phelps and all of the others who contributed on behalf of our Associate, Hannah Hill. Their acts of generosity are a testament to the fact that kindness and hospitality are two of the greatest gifts that can be given to others. On behalf of Waffle House, we sincerely want to thank all of you.

Of the blessing, Hill said, “I had a lot going on, and I don’t really pray that often. I’m not necessarily religious, I wasn’t raised in the church, don’t go to church a lot, haven’t cracked open a Bible in forever. But lately, I have been praying.”

She added, “Makes me wanna get back in church.”

Hill, a mother of one, admitted that she has been “really stressing” as of late and had serious concerns about what life would be like after her new baby arrives.

“I’m so grateful and that’s all I can say,” she said. “I’m so grateful and appreciative to everybody, God is good all the time.”

With the money, Hill plans to get a new vehicle as well as a new place to live with the child’s father, according to the station.

Phelps added, “You gotta show the love of God to people you come into contact with, and it was her kindness — she was so kind and so pleasant, she’s just a real sweetheart. And that touched my heart. And I feel like the Lord has really allowed our paths to cross.”

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San Francisco mayor announces city will pay some pregnant women $1,000 a month — but only if they’re black or Pacific Islander

The mayor of San Francisco wants to help pregnant women with the financial burden of having and caring for an infant — but only certain pregnant women.

White, Asian, and Hispanic expectant mothers need not concern themselves with applying for help from the city’s new program: It’s only for black and Pacific Islander women.

What’s that now?

Mayor London Breed announced the city’s new Abundant Birth Project on Monday, the Miami Herald reported.

The public-private partnership will give $1,000 per month during a woman’s pregnancy and for the first six months after the baby is born.

But the city is limiting the monies to only 150 black and Pacific Islander women who, the city said, have been on the wrong side of a “longstanding racial gap in birthing outcomes,” the Herald said.

The mayor said hopes that so-called “basic income supplement” will be much bigger in the long term for the women who are able to secure it. She does not want them limited to just six months of post-birth help. The mayor has much more in mind: Two years of giving money to a group of moms selected by race.

Breed declared the program had “a goal of eventually providing a supplement for up to two years post-pregnancy.”

“Providing guaranteed income support to mothers during pregnancy is an innovative and equitable approach that will ease some of the financial stress that all too often keeps women from being able to put their health first,” Breed said in a statement, the Herald reported.

Noting the health aspects touted by the mayor’s office, the paper reported:

Black women have the highest rate of preterm birth, which is when a baby is born too early — before 37 weeks of pregnancy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Preterm babies have higher rates of disability and death.

Black women had a preterm birth rate of 14% in 2018, which is around 50% higher than white women, who had a rate of 9%, according to the CDC.

The infant mortality rate is also highest for Black women at 10.8 deaths for every 1,000 births in 2018, more than double the rate for white women at 4.6, the CDC said. Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women had the second-highest infant mortality rate at 9.4 deaths for every 1,000 births.

However, the mayor made it clear that health concerns were not the only reason for the program being available to only select races.

“The Abundant Birth Project is rooted in racial justice and recognizes that Black and Pacific Islander mothers suffer disparate health impacts, in part because of the persistent wealth and income gap,” she said.

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