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Continued support and well wishes for Jim Hoft

Continued support and well wishes for Jim Hoft

As many Legal Insurrection readers know by now, Jim Hoft (Gateway Pundit) has been in the hospital for some time.  He’s undergone several procedures to date and still has a long road to recovery ahead of him.

Jim is a friend to many of us in the movement, myself and Anne included, and he has asked for all of our support.

From his blog today (h/t Instapundit), posted by his guest blogger Andrea, who has been wonderful in helping him out.  A Special Request From Jim Hoft:

Yesterday marked three weeks since Jim was admitted into the hospital.  It’s been a long road for him, and while he marked an important turning point last week, he still has a recovery to get through.  Today, Jim has another procedure.  It’s fairly routine as a follow-up to the surgeries he had, but it’s another stressful intrusion, nonetheless.  Your prayers and outpouring of well wishes have helped get him this far.  Last night, Jim asked that you please continue to pray for him.  And to please say an extra prayer for what’s ahead of him today.  Thank you!
Jim has been one of the most dedicated fighters in this movement and we are all wishing him well and praying for a speedy recovery.  Your well wishes really do help to lift his spirits, and as anyone who has ever found themselves in a similar situation knows, that is an important part in the recovery process.



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Prayers ascending.

Heavenly Father, please surround Jim Hoft with Your love and protection, and help his body to heal, quickly and completely. Amen.

mega dittos.

Prayers for Jim – I’ve visited his site every day … *prayers*

BannedbytheGuardian | September 14, 2013 at 9:59 pm

Yes I feel for Jim . With his bad knees he was unable to be as physical as he would have liked I am sure. Hence he was overweight which put more pressure on his knees.

After his knee replacement Jim was looking as if he had lost significant weight. I had hoped he was on top of the bad combo & he was looking well.

I still hope this was the case rather than the creeping infection.

Everyone – look after your knees .& hips . A replacement sounds ok but an infection getting into the bones is disastrous. I am further hoping the original operating hospital is covering costs which would be sky high.

I broke a leg once & did not have the rods removed after the doc showed me the infection stats from the US . Leave well enough alone.

Good luck Jim .

Get well soon Jim, we need you back on the line!