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Missouri woman gives birth in Walmart toilet-paper aisle

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Jessica Hinkle is the store manager at the Missouri Walmart where a pregnant woman gave birth while shopping for toilet paper amid the coronavirus panic-buying frenzy. Both mom and baby are fine. (screenshot)

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Amid the irrational public panic over toilet paper fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, there’s some good news. A pregnant Missouri woman gave birth while shopping for toilet paper at a local Walmart — with the help of the store’s manager.

When the woman was taken out by ambulance after the delivery, her fellow Walmart customers clapped and cheered for her.

Jessica Hinkle is the store manager at the Walmart in Springfield, Missouri. She was told that a pregnant woman had notified a staffer that her water broke while she was shopping in the toilet-paper aisle.

Hinkle blocked the aisle and held up a cloth sheet to give the woman privacy while another Walmart customer (who happened to be a labor nurse) helped the woman give birth.

Customers cheered the woman and her baby as they were taken away by an ambulance following childbirth.

“You know a feel-good moment, everybody’s going through so much. And with a baby, it’s like everything comes full circle,” Hinkle told KY3-TV. “I’m not the best with blood so that was my job — holding the sheet and crowd control, making sure that nobody invaded what little privacy the poor lady had.”


(Source: News4JAX)

Hinkle said the delivery took 45 minutes. Amid the alarmist coronavirus panic being fomented by the media, Hinkle said all the customers were extremely cooperative and thrilled that the childbirth went well.

“They took her out on the gurney and there were customers gathered,” Hinkle recounted. “[The new mom] kind of raised her hand and everyone clapped for her.”

Hinkle said she contacted the woman at the hospital the following day. Both mom and baby are doing well.

For some reason, there has been an irrational panic-buying of toilet paper around the world fueled by fears over the coronavirus.

One Twitter user (who has not been identified) posted a hilarious viral video of Democrat Nancy Pelosi wearing tiny toilet-paper earrings during a press briefing. The video was edited. Nancy did not actually wear the toilet-paper earrings.

(Source: Twitter)

Meanwhile, President Trump is taking extraordinary measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus in the United States. Trump is also trying to make sure the U.S. economy does not crash because a recession would have a devastating impact on everyone (not just poor people).

Attorney Gordon Chang, an internationally-recognized expert on China, warned that China’s Communist Party has launched an aggressive propaganda campaign aimed at sinking the American economy and blaming the United States for the Wuhan coronavirus.

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Predictably, the left-wing media are parroting CCP talking points and siding with the Chinese Community Party against fellow Americans and their own president so they can attack President Trump.

MSNBC’s Joy Reid took a few minutes off from filing bogus FBI reports over her homophobic blog posts to gleefully crow that the coronavirus will infect Trump’s base more than liberals.

If that’s true, then why are most of the U.S. coronavirus hotspots in Democrat-led “blue states” like New York and Washington?

It is thanks to the truck drivers in the red states that form President Trump’s base that grocery stores are getting food and other supplies around the country.

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