Family of 11-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Impregnated by Illegal Drops Major Pro-Life Statement


Thanks in part to the lack of action by Democrats, illegal immigrants are still pouring across the border. Some of these people are good, some are bad and some are downright evil.

One example of the worst kind is 20-year-old Carlos Jacinto Cobo-Perez, an illegal alien who has been charged with sexual misconduct with a minor for allegedly impregnating an 11-year-old girl. Conservative Tribune recently covered the disturbing story.

The girl’s mother explained that the illegal alien — a native of Guatemala — manipulated her daughter.

“She was infatuated,” the girl’s mother told KNXV.

“She didn’t understand, she’s a kid, and any person that’s older than her can wrap her around their finger.”

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KNXV reported that the young girl’s father found a note in her backpack from Cobo-Perez that said he didn’t care about going to jail if their relationship was found out. That leaves little doubt that he’s a sick man who had cruel intentions.

But instead of immediately considering abortion as a solution to their daughter’s situation, according to KNXV, the girl’s family made a statement that’ll surely have pro-abortion liberals foaming at the mouth.

Do these parents deserve support for their decision?

“This isn’t the baby’s fault. I’m not going to ruin her life and tell her to abort it,” the mother said, explaining how she and her husband are ready to support their daughter in her pregnancy.

In a day and age of extreme pro-abortion activism, especially on the heels of recent pro-life laws passed in Alabama and Missouri, the mother’s statement is a bold — and powerful — one.

While pro-abortion Democrats would argue otherwise and even though the situation is horrific, the bottom line is that the young girl is carrying a human life. And it’s a life that deserves a chance at living.

Cobo-Perez is currently being held on a $150,000 bond. According to KNXV, he asked the Maricopa County judge if he could sign his order of deportation, but the judge explained that the county’s court system didn’t handle that.

The girl’s parents hope the illegal alien is kept in custody, presumably for the sake of their daughter’s safety.

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“He needs to pay for what he did,” said the girl’s mother. “If they let him out and send him back, he’ll be able to come back pretty easily.”

The victim’s family also explained that they weren’t happy with the way Phoenix police handled the incident and claim they could have prevented this situation in the first place, as they’d reported the inappropriate relationship several times prior to discovering their daughter was pregnant.

“I reported this three times, and they didn’t do anything,” the mother said told KNXV.

At the end of the day, this young girl is now carrying an unborn human being. And it certainly didn’t happen under acceptable, normal circumstances.

But luckily, she has parents who understand the value of that life and will support her through what will undoubtedly be trying times ahead.

That’s what courage looks like.

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Ryan Ledendecker is a former writer for The Western Journal.
Ryan Ledendecker is a former writer for The Western Journal.
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