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Mo Cheddah shares breathtaking pregnancy photos



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Modupe-Oreoluwa Oyeyemi, better known as Mo Cheddah, has flooded timelines on social media today with stunning photos from her maternity photo shoot. The singer who is heavily pregnant and her husband, Bukunyi Olateru-Olagbegi is set to welcome her first child. Sharing the photos, Mo Cheddah, stated that the past months have been the most beautiful and challenging month she has ever had.

She also added that she is “living an answered prayer”, stressing that she is happy to share the experience with her friends and followers.

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Sharing stunning photos of herself, Mo Cheddah captioned it:

”Look at God tho!

“So happy to be sharing this with you, my loves!

“I had so many things planned out at the beginning of this journey, but Hyperemesis gravidarum said no!

“The last couple of months have been the most beautiful and most challenging thing I have ever experienced.

“I can’t wait to share with you my journey thus far.

“Why am I running out of things to say?!

“Say a prayer of thanks for me, my loves!

“I am living my answered prayer ❤️.”

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BREAKING: Chris Cuomo Has Officially Been *FIRED* from CNN



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CNN primetime host Chris Cuomo has been officially fired from the cable news network.

“Embattled CNN anchor Chris Cuomo has been fired by the network, in the wake of new revelations about his close involvement with the political woes of his brother, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo,” the NY Post reported.

CNN confirmed the firing in a statement to the NY Post, and said that Cuomo had been “terminated … effective immediately” as an outside law firm continues to investigate “his involvement with his brother’s defense.”

The network earlier “indefinitely suspended” Cuomo after explosive new documents were released by New York Attorney General Letitia James. The “indefinite suspension”was followed by the “kiss of death” for Fredo.

The documents showed that Cuomo abused his journalistic position to attempt to uncover information about a sexual harrassment accuser who had leveled allegations against his brother former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The development was reported on Tuesday night: “CNN indefinitely suspends Chris Cuomo after explosive documents released by state Attorney General Letitia James,” Disclose reported.

“The CNN pundit secretly contacted news industry ‘sources’ for advance information about the sexual harassment scandal that later forced his brother and former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo from office,” the report continued.

In a prepared statement, CNN earlier said the documents “shed new light on Chris Cuomo’s involvement in his brother’s defense.”

“The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raise serious questions,” the network said.

“When Chris admitted to us that he had offered advice to his brother’s staff, he broke our rules and we acknowledged that publicly,” CNN continued. “But we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second.”

“However, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother’s efforts than we previously knew,” the network added. “As a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely, pending further evaluation.”

The bottom line is that it appears that “Fredo” was attempting to use his journalistic connections to dig up dirt on his brother’s sexual assault accusers.

The details of the documents were indeed, damning. The Los Angeles Times provided a glimpse at the alleged wrongdoing.

“Details of CNN anchor Chris Cuomo’s involvement in managing brother and former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment scandal are raising new concerns inside the cable news network,” the Times reported.

“Transcripts of Chris Cuomo’s testimony for New York State Atty. Gen. Letitia James’ investigation showed the CNN star offered to contact other journalists he knew to learn if there were any new women coming forward to make accusations against his brother,” the report continued.

“Chris Cuomo gave a deposition in July for the report that found the former governor had sexually harassed 11 women, including several who worked with him,” the report added.

“According to texts in the attorney general’s report released Monday, Chris Cuomo firmly weighed in on the communications strategy for his brother’s response to the scandal as it unfolded earlier this year and offered to investigate at least one claim.”

CNN decided not to take Chris Cuomo back as a primetime host after the devastating scandal, contrary to many viewers’ expectations.


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PARKER: Abortion Is About Our Core National Values



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The Supreme Court will hear this week Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

At issue is the law in Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

A decision finding the Mississippi law constitutional will fundamentally change the abortion regime in our country, defined by Roe v. Wade since 1973.

Roe said the mother has a right to abort her child as long as that unborn child cannot survive — is viable — outside the womb. Generally accepted is 22-24 weeks as the time when viability occurs.

Mississippi’s abortion law says that the defining issue should not be viability but when the child first feels pain. Their claim is that this occurs at 15 weeks.

Surveys show the nation evenly split in attitudes toward abortion.

Per the most recent poll from Gallup, 47% say abortion is morally acceptable and 46% say it is morally wrong.

Forty-nine percent self-identify as “pro-choice” and 47% as “pro-life.”

However, if we break down the averages into components, we see a deeply polarized nation.

Sixty-four percent of Democrats say abortion is morally acceptable, and 70% self-identify as pro-choice.

Only 26% of Republicans say abortion is morally acceptable, and 74% self-identify as “pro-life.”

Abortion is really a bellwether issue that shows the profound split in the nation regarding worldview.

Are we a nation of moral absolutes, that sees our culture grounded in traditional, biblically sourced standards of good and evil, right and wrong? Or are we a nation defined by secular humanism and moral relativism, where the center of the world is not God but man?

We have moved dramatically in the latter direction over the last half-century, and the results are out there to evaluate.

Since the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, the percentage of American adults who have never been married has quadrupled, as has the percentage of babies born to unwed mothers.

We are moving to becoming a childless nation.

In a recent Pew Research survey, 44% of nonparents, ages 18-49, say it is unlikely that they will have children. Among parents ages 18-49, 74% say it is unlikely they will have more children.

U.S. fertility rates have dropped every year for the last six years and now are at a historic low of 1.64, well below the 2.1 necessary to keep the population at a steady state.

Are women “empowered” by being free of responsibility for bringing into the world the child in their womb?

Per blogger Mark Perry, for the last 12 years, women have earned the majority of doctoral degrees in the country. In 2020, 53.1% of doctoral degrees awarded went to women. Of master’s degrees awarded, more than 60% went to women.

Is using abortion as birth control necessary for women to achieve?

There is a certain irony among liberals, whom we can credit for today’s politically correct, woke culture.

We don’t want dehumanizing racial stereotypes, but the same people obsessed with racial categories are not at all bothered by a culture in which men and women use each other as sexual objects and women can be free to destroy a child that might result from a sexual encounter if its birth could lead to responsibilities that might disturb her career.

To get back to the Dobbs decision and Roe v. Wade and the issue of viability.

In my view, these games with language really point to the victory thus far of secular humanism.

The true issue is if life is sacred. If the answer is yes, it is sacred in and out of the womb.

If we conclude it is not, we are on the road to becoming a nation without children, where the only love is self-love and, I am sorry to say, without a future.

I say no thanks to this and hope the Supreme Court will make the right decision and allow Mississippians to protect sacred life.

The views expressed in this piece are the author’s own and do not necessarily represent those of The Daily Wire.

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Man Crashes Truck Into Church Then Stabs Two People, Killing One: Police



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Police say that a man in Wichita, Kansas, crashed a stolen pickup truck into a church on Saturday, and then went into a nearby house where he stabbed two people.

The 36-year-old suspect, who has not been identified, allegedly crashed the vehicle into the Iglesia De Cristo church, reported local station KSNW, citing police.

One of the people who was stabbed died while the other was taken to a hospital in critical condition, police said, according to KSNW.

Police don’t yet know if there was a motive behind the attack and are still investigating the incident.

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay said that the truck had keys in it, and its owner was doing yard work when it was stolen.

“So as we were searching for that, we then received information of a crash at the church behind me, and then shortly after a stabbing in the 600 block of south Green,” Ramsay said, according to KSNW.

A man in Wichita, Kansas, crashed a stolen pickup truck into a church on Saturday, and then went into a nearby house where he stabbed two people, according to police. Above, a Wichita city police car passes by frozen tree branches January 6, 2005.
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The suspect of the crimes was out on parole for six other offenses, he said, adding, “This continues that pattern that we see of parolees committing crime in the city.”

“One of the benchmarks that we need to remember is in these critical cases, that we are apprehending and arresting these suspects. But yet, it seems to be a never-ending source of suspects coming out of prison and that is a significant concern of mine,” the chief added.

The suspect allegedly broke into the home before he stabbed the two people, KWCH reported, and was arrested a few blocks away.

Newsweek has reached out to the Wichita Police Department for more details about the arrest, but did not hear back in time for publication on Saturday evening.

In an incident in 2019, a man in California crashed his car into a Carl’s Jr. restaurant and then entered a McDonald’s where he stabbed an 88-year-old patron. Following the stabbing, the 29-year-old man was shot and killed by a security guard.

On Thursday, 14-year-old boy in Florida was riding his bike when he was stabbed by a homeless man. Police said the stabbing appeared to be “a completely random act.”

“I would best describe it as an innocent child victim having a chance encounter with a very violent criminal,” Palm Beach Gardens Chief Clinton Shannon said of the incident.

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