“Every child a wanted child.” That has been both the slogan and the mind frame of abortion advocates for decades. It is their go-to marketing tactic that it would be terrible to give birth to a child that wasn’t wanted. But to say a human being’s worth is wrapped up in what one person thinks of him or her reduces every human to nothing. The life of Freddie Figgers proves that not only is everyone wanted by someone, but that one woman’s decision to end the life of her child has implications that affect everyone.
Figgers is the owner and CEO of the only telecommunications network in the nation owned by an African-American. He is also the youngest person to hold an FCC license, allowing him to own his own cell phone company — Figgers Wireless — which has a net worth of over $62 million. He also owns Figgers Health and FiggCash.
But Figgers doesn’t fit the description of a “wanted” child by the abortion industry’s standards. His mother abandoned him in a dumpster when he was a newborn. Thankfully, he was found and then adopted just 13 days later by parents who taught him to believe in himself and to be happy. He says they made him the man he is today.
“It’s amazing that you can meet people like that, and till this day, I have never met my biological parents,” he said on FreddieFiggers.com. “I have never had the interest.” ….
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