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July 12, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — “For you guys who don’t know. I was not supposed to be born potentially. A lot of the doctors told my Mom that I had spina bifida or Down syndrome or a number of diseases and that I should be aborted.” That was the opening of the June 5 Truly Fortnite video by top Twitch streamer Ninja, whose real name is Richard Tyler Blevins. He was reminiscing on his 28th birthday about his almost not being born.

Speaking of his mom, Ninja added, “She said ‘no’ to all the doctors… And fast forward nine months after that I was born, perfect, you know, nothing wrong with me. My mom is a saint and an angel and I love her to death.”

“Imagine she listened, you know, to one of those doctors, or one of those people,” he added. “You guys wouldn’t be here. No one would be in this room watching this.”

He ended off thanking his viewers for “all the happy birthday wishes.”

Pro-life activist Jason Jones put together a compilation video pulling out not only Ninja’s statement but also adding in many of music stars and other famous personalities who also came out thankful to their moms for not aborting them. Check it out:



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