While we know that the image of Jesus appears on grilled cheese sandwiches and his cross appears in cloud formations, who knew that Jesus, on his cross, is inside the uterus of a pregnant woman. Seriously, folks, on this morning's Fox & Friends, Anna Kooiman waxed orgasmic over this "divine sign."
Last week, Fox News Insider reported, as fact, that an "Indiana woman receives divine surprise during prenatal check-up" because the sonogram of the fetus "appears to show an image of Christ on the cross." Aley Myers claimed that she didn't notice it until after it was photoshopped somebody pointed it out at her baby shower. And it's not just Ms. Myers who believes it's a divine sign, Fox friend Anna Kooiman agrees!
It only took four days for this bullshit heavenly story to get national attention on America's fair & balanced & very Christian newsroom. This morning, Anna Kooiman (who, earlier this year, asserted that Jesus' cross in the clouds "renewed her faith") hosted she who (ouch) is carrying the cross of Jesus in her womb!
As spiritual music played in the background, Kooiman started the patented Fox "Keeping the Faith" segment. The banner framed, as Fox Fact, the message: "Divine Sign, Sonogram Appears to Show Jesus on the Cross." She showed us the "viral" photo of a sonogram that has an image that, to Christians, would appear to be Jesus, himself, on a cross. Kooiman informed us that the pregnant woman is "taking this as a sign from above."
Kooiman urged Myers to share her reaction to the picture - the banner, "A Blessed Baby, Image of Christ on the Cross Seen in Sonogram." Myers said that she has been worried that there would, owing to the medication that she is taking for Crohn's disease, be some problems with the pregnancy. As she spoke about how she thinks that the image is a sign that everything will turn out fine, the banner read "A Message from Above, Mom Says That This is a Sign Everything Will Be OK." She mentioned that after having seen the picture, her friends and family are "in shock."
While those based in reality would have asked what the doctor thought of this image, Kooiman asked if there have been any nasty, bad critics who say "this is like the lady who thinks she saw Jesus in her grilled cheese" (and you believe her, don't you, Anna). Myers said that there have been critics, but the reaction has been "mostly positive."
So, uh, will the cross come out during the childbirth and if so, could there be a danger of splinters?
Once again, we see Fox & Friends give new meaning to PT Barnum's comment about the birthrate of suckers.
BTW, I see a little gnome wearing a ten gallon hat. What do you see?
Must be a rather large woman!
But, anyway….have I told you about the time my dog pooped Jesus on his cross??