HARVESTING THE ORGANS OF THE UNBORN

Written by on August 16, 2021


HARVESTING THE ORGANS OF THE UNBORN…

Warning: What I’m about to describe may be disturbing…

Judicial Watch successfully sued the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for access to over 250 pages of documents related to how the US used our tax dollars to fund the University of Pittsburg’s “Tissue Hub” where the organs of aborted babies [ranging from 6 to 42 weeks gestation] were cut out while the heart was still pumping blood to the organs…

 

More disturbing details: Pitt is harvesting kidneys, gonads, brains, and more from these aborted babies. And they claim these organs do not undergo what is called “ischemia” – lose their blood supply. Ischemia starts when an organ is cut off from blood circulation. So Pitt is harvesting these organs while the heart is still pumping blood to them. [You can read more about this specifically, here]

Racial quotas: The documents also revealed that Pitt had racial targets for their fetal organs:
50% needed to be from minorities
25% needed to be specifically from black women
The area where Pitt mainly procures their fetal organs is 80% white and only 13% black. So they are disproportionately doing this to the black women in the community.
Remember: Pitt is the same place that was taking the scalps of 5-month-old aborted babies and grafting them onto the backs of lab rats. These experiments were funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s division of HHS.

What this says about U.S. society: Jonathan Van Maren, a writer at LifeSiteNews, summed it up perfectly: “pillaging the corpses of babies who are not considered human enough for human rights but are considered human enough to be butchered for research.”

[Source: Judicial Watch, Center for Medical Progress, LifeSiteNews]

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