May 27, 2017
This my friends – this is a miracle.
There are a lot of things that the world as too many of.
- Plastic bottles
- Pot holes
- Linux distros
But there is one thing the world can never have enough of: niggers.
So I’m so happy to hear this story of Nigerians legally immigrating to the United States and then applying for taxpayer-funded fertility treatment so they could bring six marvelous angels into the world.
WaPo staff writer Dana Hedgpeth was nearly as excited as I at this truly miraculous event.
Ajibola Taiwo gave birth to sextuplets this month at a Richmond hospital, and doctors said the three boys and three girls, along with their mother, are doing well. It is the first time sextuplets have been born at VCU Medical Center, officials said.On Thursday, the babies were still in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit. Their mother was released last week and is “very involved” in the babies’ care, hospital spokeswoman Shira Pollard said.
The babies were born at 8:26 a.m. May 11 with the help of a 40-person medical team. Ajibola gave birth at roughly 30 weeks and delivered by Caesarean section, officials said.
As a believer in true conservative values, I am happy puppy on Prozac to hear that tens of thousands of our tax-dollars as being used to fund the miracle of life for these legal immigrants.
The babies range in size from 1 pound 10 ounces to 2 pounds 15 ounces. In a statement, officials said the infants, whose names were not released, “are doing well and continue to thrive.”
…The hospital released photos of the newborns and their smiling parents. In one, mom Ajibola and dad Adeboye are holding two of their babies against their chests as they practice what hospital officials called “kangaroo care,” or skin-to-skin contact.
The couple, natives of western Nigeria, had tried to conceive a child for nearly two decades. They were described as being “overcome with joy when they saw four heartbeats” at their first ultrasound in November, officials said.
But no one realized until January during another doctor’s appointment that the couple would be having two more.
“I was excited,” Adeboye said in a statement from the hospital. “For the first time, we were expecting.”
Hospital officials said that for privacy reasons they would not release where the couple live.
Delivering that many babies was a challenge, with months of planning and pre-delivery drills, the hospital said. Their medical team included experts in fields such as labor and delivery, social work, nutrition and cardiology.
After all is said and done, this will have been hundreds of thousands of dollars of tax money spent on this. I can guarantee that.
Money well spent.
Just imagine how these second generation immigrants are going to work to make their place in America.
Nigerians are the new Irish.
They worked with the mother, providing support and encouragement, according to Ronald Ramus, director of VCU Medical Center’s maternal-fetal medicine division.
“It’s not every day that parents bring home sextuplets,” he said. Their mother, he said, was “eating, sleeping and breathing for seven.”
The medical team also planned for months with delivery drills.
“A typical labor and delivery shift includes one, perhaps two premature births, usually with time in between,” Susan Lanni, medical director of labor and delivery and a maternal-fetal specialist at VCU Medical Center, said in a statement. But with this pregnancy, “we had to coordinate with our colleagues in the [neonatal unit] for six premature babies to be delivered simultaneously.”
This is truly what makes America great.
The fact that anyone from anywhere can come to our country and pull themselves up by their own bootstraps and have taxpayers pay for fertility treatment so they can have six babies at once fed and cared for by welfare.
Interesting that the WaPo article doesn’t bother to mention that sextuplets are only possible with super-expensive fertility treatment, or that this entire event was paid for by the government. Are they not interested in the wonders of science, and the brilliant, responsible ways in which our tax dollars are being spent?