American Idol winner shocked everyone with her pro-life views during a recent interview

Pro-lifers are hard to find in Hollywood.

And the few that are pro-life, are very quiet about it.

But recently, this American Idol winner shocked everyone by discussing her pro-life views during an interview.

Abi Carter, the newly crowned winner of American Idol season 22, recently made headlines with a heartwarming revelation about her early musical beginnings. 

In an interview with Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos on Live with Kelly and Mark, Abi shared a fact about her singing career that surprised viewers. 

This up-and-coming star has validated life within the womb with her testimony. . . 

Abi told her interviewers that her singing career actually started while she was still in her mother’s womb. 

This incredible story not only highlights her exceptional talent, but also underscores the miraculous journey of life from conception to birth.

During her interview, Abi Carter revealed that her mother, Andrea, heard her humming during an ultrasound. 

Abi claimed, “I started singing and humming as an unborn child in the womb.” 

While the scientific feasibility of this claim may raise questions—since vocalizing requires air, which is absent in utero—the sentiment behind her story is profoundly moving.

The Charlotte Lozier Institute, a pro-life research organization, provides insights into prenatal development that give weight to Abi’s claim. 

They report that a preborn baby’s vocal cords begin to develop as early as 13 weeks’ gestation. 

By the 20th week, a baby’s vocal cords can move in patterns akin to crying post-birth. 

Furthermore, by 22 weeks, babies respond to sounds, even moving in reaction to loud, low-pitched noises like their father’s voice.

Abi Carter’s story beautifully illustrates that life and individuality begin long before birth. 

Each preborn child is a fully human person, deserving of the same rights and respect as those already born. 

This fundamental truth is at the heart of the pro-life movement.

A person’s size, level of development, environment, and degree of dependence do not determine their humanity or their worth. 

From the moment of fertilization, a unique human being is formed, complete with all the genetic information necessary for adulthood. 

Just weeks after conception, a preborn baby’s heart starts to beat, typically around six weeks’ gestation.

Pro-abortion activists often argue that life doesn’t truly begin until birth, labeling preborn babies as merely “potential human lives.” 

This notion is not only scientifically inaccurate but also morally bankrupt. 

Life begins at conception, a fact well-documented and undisputed in medical science. 

Even if one were to entertain the fallacy of “potential life,” should we not treat potential human lives with the utmost dignity and respect?

Consider this analogy: if you had a potential $1 million, wouldn’t you safeguard it just as you would an actual $1 million? 

The same logic applies to human life. 

Every preborn child carries immense potential, whether they grow to be singers, scientists, artists, or community leaders.

Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade in 1973, over 63 million preborn babies have been lost to abortion. 

This staggering figure represents a loss of countless talents, innovations, and contributions to society. 

It’s a sobering reminder of the urgency to protect life at every stage.

Abi Carter’s journey on American Idol began with a performance that brought the judges to their feet. 

Luke Bryan’s prophetic words, “That may be the winner of American Idol right there,” echo the potential seen in every preborn child. 

Each child, known and loved by God, carries unique gifts and abilities meant to bless the world.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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