She was bedridden by the model and enterprising doctor earlier this fall, and was later hospitalized with excessive bleeding. As her post notes, blood transfusions were not enough to save Jack. Writing to his late son, Teigen said, “I am so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we could not give you the house you needed to survive. We will always have you Will love. ”
Fans and celebrities have responded with sympathy and even gratitude, thanks to Tejan and Legend for being so open about a bereavement process that still has a lot of stigma. But others have responded … differently.
For some, finding sympathy for a family in mourning has clearly proved to be an impossible task. QAnon believers and “pro-life” figures allayed and mocked the couple’s grief and, in some cases, used their abortions as a way to miscarry. The comments themselves are the intellectual equivalent of maggot shooting on the trig sticks, and the vitriol Teigen has made toxic and utterly stupid which our online discourse has taken.
Scroll to the supportive comments of various fans and supporters on Instagram and you’ll also find entries, such as “Karma to Eat Kids.” Another: “Revenge of the Gods ….” Another: “Ritual Ritual Ritual Sacrifice! To Get Her Fans Back !!!” Another: “Who takes a picture of this? How much attention do you need ? Actually?”
And then there is … whatever: “Probable deeds from all the children you sacrificed. Children of mothers who did not get a chance in life. Those whose last moments were full of terror and weeping for safety. You got the truth. You know. You sew the woman. You will answer to God… To rest in peace lose the lives of children who were lost .. Your Twitter posts are all over the internet that do not hide the truth . ”
For years now, QAnon supporters have harassed Teigen, claiming that he is somehow connected to Jeffrey Epstein; Earlier this year, Epstein’s private jet, the apparently fake flight log from “Lolita Express”, included his name.
Teigen described the vitriol obtained in early September. She wrote on Instagram, “Dear friends are not being left on my friends’ pages, they will come to know that they are filled with Pizzagate madness.” “My own fan pages texted me, asking if I still wanted to talk about it, though the comments would be super annoying.”
Now, Teigen’s abortion has united the two most venomous factions of the online right: Qion Chud and anti-abortion figures who call themselves “pro-life”, but apparently see the loss of the family as a rhetorical opportunity Huh.
For example: Imagine reading Teagan’s post and then documenting it and writing as Republican congressional candidate Errol Weber did: “Hopefully, Chrissy Tiegan and John Legend will evaluate their thoughts on abortion after their heartbreaking experience. It’s not a clump of cells. It’s either a baby or it isn’t.”
The obvious difference is that Teigen and Legend wanted to transport, keep and raise the child in the “clump of cells”. This is the person, the son they are grieving now – a gap that no one can try to get political points easily.
Still, others have come forward with the same “helpful” point – such as unsigned linebacker Brian Kehl, and an Instagram commentator who simply wrote, “Think of it as a miscarriage … you’re always screaming that you How to love abortion. ”
Apart from those who see abortion as an opportunity to resume abortion – once in a while Roe v. Wade Is in grave danger – others have also criticized her for posting about abortion. Some have even gone so far as “to accuse Teigen of chasing Teout.”
Teigen’s status as a celebrity and one of the world’s most famous influencers makes her the perfect target for online trolls. She is well recognized as a majority of stars, but her open social media personality has given her greater reach in public than most A-listers. She also happens to love the president.
So far, it appears that Teejan has received more support than ridicule. But the way the negative comments sent him should not be ignored. It does not seem appropriate to laugh at a person’s abortion, so it is a very deep conspiracy that he can invest in a baseless conspiracy theory. It is weak to minimize the loss of a family to do a political thing. And it is futile to accuse a woman of “pressing stalking” and seeking to mourn “privately” to talk about her mourning.
One could argue that to say only that, as the old saying goes, “feed trolls.” But in targeting an unhappy couple in this way, they can say more about themselves than anyone else ever does.