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Miraculous: Clump of Cells Transforms into Fully Formed Baby upon Womb Exit

From The Babylon Bee.

AKRON, OH—According to witnesses of the miraculous event, an amorphous clump of cells was instantaneously transformed into a beautiful, fully formed human baby the moment it was delivered at Grace Hospital Wednesday afternoon.

“Our little bundle of joy is so precious,” mother Hannah Bramer told reporters as she held her baby boy for the first time. “It’s hard to believe little Ashton was an unrecognizable blob of tissue just a few minutes ago.”

“I have no idea how this happened, but I am so happy,” she added.

Doctors who witnessed the occurrence claim it was nothing short of a medical miracle.

“The baby you see was indeed just a part of that woman’s body, moments ago,” the doctor who delivered the child said. “He is now clearly a separate, unique human being—just like that. We’re all fascinated, honestly. It’s astounding. We have no explanation.”

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Makes sense to me

Good read below.  I am not savvy enough to have actually predicted it, but after watching Lincoln (2012),  it was more or less what I was expecting.  If you haven’t seen this wonderful movie, I highly recommend you do.

Obamacare by Terrell

From Joel B. Pollak, Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News and author of How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution —

Exactly two weeks ago, this author predicted the defeat of the American Health Care Act — and explained that it was a step towards the final, actual deal that will repeal and replace Obamacare.

President Donald Trump faces three irreconcilable factions: the GOP establishment, conservatives, and Democrats. He must bring them together — to “deliver the goods,” a key rule in The Art of the Deal. But first he must show them “the downside” — and convince them they will fail on their own.

[CtH: This is what I saw in Lincoln … a Republican president determined to get his bill passed through a Congress divided into a hostile Democrat minority, and a two-faction Republican majority.]

The most difficult faction to deal with is the Republican establishment — not because they are politically strong, but because on policy issues like health care, they are convinced that they have all the answers and that Trump just does not understand.

So he let them make the first move …

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Media Bias Anyone?

The two photos they chose are iconic of the root differences between these two presidents. 

  • Obama has his hands in the same position a Catholic priest uses when he says, “Let us pray.” 
  • Trump’s hands are pointing at us, the people who elected him.

2009 v 2017 Media Bias - USA Today


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