Fuck the bullshit holohoax survivors and this unprovable fanatasy fiction crap, let's focus on ABORTION SURVIVORS.
Despite having no fingers, and having his leg and foot ripped off by a doctor and his biological mother then discarding him like some crumpled up trash, because she didn't want to deal with raising him after she disfigured him, Nik leads a normal life.
Pics of Nik today, showing that you can overcome roasties no matter what.
That’s a bad ass human being, you can’t deny it no matter your stance on abortion
Nik's biological family. Top pic is his mother, who aborted him and then put him up for adoption instead of having to deal with the fact that she crippled her son for life. Bottom pic is his biological sister and father, who he's never gotten to meet. His parents had a second child after his mother tried to kill him, a sister that they chose to keep.
When Nik contacted his mother she claimed she was excited to see him, but then ghosted him and never met him and explained why she disfigured him and left him in an orphanage.
Nik's legs regularly get injured from wearing his prosthetics.
Nik and his adoptive parents. Nik's 6'5"
Abortion survivor has ‘to live with someone else’s choice’.
Nik Hoot first made headlines in 2013 as a high school wrestler who was missing parts of his legs and fingers. He lost them when an abortionist failed to kill him, but still managed to rip off parts of his body.
Born in Russia, Hoot was immediately placed for adoption and a year later was adopted by an American couple, Martin and Apryl Hoot. He immediately took to his prosthetic legs, ditching his walker and learning to run within two weeks, according to his mother. As a boy, Nik loved sports, playing baseball, basketball, football, and wrestling. He had his obvious challenges, but never let those hold him back.
“I knew that I was supposed to be an aborted baby and it failed. It makes me angry because I would never want for that to happen to any kid. Anybody can become anything, and getting rid of a kid like that isn’t right to me.” In 2018, Hoot was working as a landscaper and a middle school wrestling coach, and his prosthetic legs were causing him pain. Still, he worked through it, not wanting to be a quitter.
“He works through pain, inconvenience et all,” his parents wrote on Facebook. “I wish I could replace his legs with real ones instead of those plastic, wood and metal appliances. I wish he could feel sand and waves wash over his feet and squish his toes in the mud. I wish he didn’t have to live with someone else’s choice.”