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'A Miracle': Texas Nurse Gives Birth Standing in Gas Station Bathroom Stall

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Kaitlyn Fullerton and her husband, Sergio Mancera, were driving from Houston to their home in Victoria, Texas, on Sunday when Fullerton needed a bathroom break.

Pit stops are pretty standard for road trips, but this one was not. Fullerton was nine months pregnant and experiencing some rather disconcerting symptoms.

“I started feeling like a lot of pressure down there,” the 22-year-old told KRIV-TV. “Like it was really uncomfortable.”

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Once she was in the bathroom stall of the Pilot gas station in Beasley, she continued to feel a lot of pressure. Being a nurse, she was better set up than most to deal with what was about to happen, but she sent up a desperate plea as the reality of her situation dawned on her.

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“God please don’t let me have this baby in this restroom,” she prayed.

But He did.

Her son, Callihan, was ready for his debut, and no seemingly bad timing or awkward setting was going to deter him.

Somehow, she had him in the stall and said she experienced very little pain.

“I was standing up the whole time,” Fullerton explained. “I felt the head and then I — he just came right out and I like grabbed him and I was like holding him right here close to me and then that’s when someone outside the restroom was like, ‘Do you need help?'”

Paramedics arrived to assist her, but the hard work was already done.

“And then afterwards I didn’t feel any pain at all except I still felt the contractions because I didn’t deliver my placenta until I got to the hospital,” Fullerton said. “That’s when it started to hurt. Delivering the placenta hurt more than delivering the baby.

Her husband was shocked when a stranger ran up to him and told him the startling news.

“I looked up, saw a woman saying, ‘Hey your wife just gave birth,'” Mancera recalled. “I was like, ‘What?'”



“It’s crazy to think that she gave birth in the restroom. And once I got to the restroom she was over there all happy, smiling at me like nothing happened.”

Callihan weighed in at 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was born healthy. Mom and baby spent some time at the hospital but are now home, resting. Mancera has applauded his wife, calling her “superwoman” — and many agree.

“She’s a strong woman right there,” Mancera said. “She did a great job.”

“It’s just really a miracle,” the parents said. “Yeah, it was like a miracle. It’s like God was right there really watching over us.

“His middle name is Eliseo and it means ‘God is my salvation.'”

Mancera shared a clip of the shocking video on his Facebook page, alerting his friends, family and acquaintances to the new addition that had come crashing into their lives at that Pilot gas station.

“Hi, everyone I’d like for y’all to meet Callihan,” he posted. “Never in my life would I have expected something like this. This is a crazy story to tell my kids one day. Having my wife give birth in a gas station!! Never in a millions years I would had not imagine this.



“How incredible she is, she is such a strong amazing person and I am so blessed to have her as my wife. It just so crazy how easy she made it look, the look on her face when she delivered our son herself was priceless.

“I’m so proud of you, you really can do anything baby. It is the most beautiful thing to give natural birth. Thank you God for always watching over us.”

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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Restaurant Tapes Sign to Front Door: Proof of Being Unvaccinated Required for Entry

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A restaurant in Huntington Beach, California, is trolling the fascists so hard, leftist Twitter is about to blow a gasket. As California businesses consider requiring proof of vaccination for entry, one rebellious eatery, Basilico’s Pasta e Vino, recently taped a sign to its door that reads “Proof of being unvaccinated required.” Underneath this warning is an image of a broken syringe and the declaration, “We have zero tolerance for treasonous, anti-American stupidity. Thank you for pondering.” Basilico’s has a history of thumbing its nose at California’s far-reaching coronavirus mandates. Last year, when the state shut down indoor dining, Basilico’s stayed open, the Los Angeles Times reported. Later, when the state issued a mask mandate, Basilico’s declared itself a mask-free zone and required patrons to remove their face coverings. The new sign is just the latest jab at the powers that be, and it is a hilarious one at that. It is clearly a gag, as it is impossible to prove one is not vaccinated, and an employee confirmed to the dismayed Times that the restaurant is not, in fact, checking anyone’s vaccination status. Of course, it was all too much for Twitter leftists, many of whom seem to be under the impression that the unvaccinated are keeling over and dying in the streets and that this novel inoculation is the only thing keeping the more enlightened Americans from doing so themselves. This restaurant down the street from me in Huntington Beach is asking that diners show proof they have **not** been vaccinated. Partisan politics has broken so many brains. Get me off this ride. pic.twitter.com/GSFVqNMiEX — Billy Binion (@billybinion) July 27, 2021 Good morning. Happy Tuesday. ICYMI “proof of being UNvaccinated” is actually a death certificate. And dead people don’t eat at Basilico’s Huntington Beach or any restaurants. Anti-American stupidity…

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Recently Retired GOP Senator Mike Enzi Dies After Bike Accident

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Former Wyoming Republican Sen. Mike Enzi, 77, died Monday following a bicycle accident last week in which he broke his neck and ribs. A family statement posted to Enzi’s Facebook page stated the former senator “sustained serious injuries while riding a bicycle near his home in Gillette on Friday. He was life flighted to UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colo., but Enzi remained unconscious and was unable to recover from his injuries.” “His family expressed their deep appreciation for all of the prayers, support and concern that has been shown. They now ask for privacy and continued prayers during this difficult time. “The family is planning to hold a celebration of a life well-lived, with details being shared at a later date.” Enzi’s son, Brad, took to Twitter to pay respects to his father. Thanks to all who prayed and sent good thoughts for my dad. Always my GOAT and hero! https://t.co/al4PmuVMq1 — Brad Enzi (@EnziBrad) July 27, 2021 Many political leaders also expressed their condolences regarding Enzi’s passing. Fellow Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney tweeted, “Sen. Mike Enzi’s sudden passing marks a sad day for Wyoming and our country.” Sen. Mike Enzi’s sudden passing marks a sad day for Wyoming and our country. My condolences are with his beloved wife of more than 50 years, Diana, and his entire family. See my full statement mourning his loss: https://t.co/H0Bl2U9u4p pic.twitter.com/2vqHUuyLmc — Rep. Liz Cheney (@RepLizCheney) July 27, 2021 Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wrote, “The Senate is grieving this morning. Our prayers are with the family of our dear friend and former colleague Senator Mike Enzi at this tragic time which has come entirely too soon.” The Senate is grieving this morning. Our prayers are with the family of our dear friend and former colleague Senator Mike Enzi…

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