The large dump of emails from Dr. Fauci as they relate to coronavirus being “possibly engineered” and Fauci’s being set on gain of function research is strange enough. But as it happens, the leader of the NIAID is also linked to terrible human-animal hybrid experiments using aborted fetuses, which took place at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Center for Medical Progress and Students for Life of America are getting the word out.
Kristan Hawkins, the president of SFLA, talked to John Zmirak and on the topic of “Rats with the Scalps of Unborn Babies,” Hawkins revealed:
“SFLA is calling for Fauci’s firing or resignation. A new video detailed research involving infant remains harvested from Planned Parenthood. This occurred at taxpayer expense, through funding from Fauci’s office at the NIH.”
The interview also had excerpts from David Daleiden, who is the founder of the Center for Medical Progress, which released the video in question:
“In one of their newest studies, University of Pittsburgh researchers described removing the scalps of 5-month-old aborted fetuses and putting those scalps on the backs of rats to keep the scalps growing … you can see the photos of baby scalps growing baby hairs on these rats.”
“University of Pittsburgh got a $1.4M grant from the NIH to be a distribution center for aborted fetal bladders and kidneys and other organs.”
Daleiden and the CMP has released investigative videos for years to expose Planned Parenthood for their part in harvesting, trafficking and making money off of aborted fetuses. There is new evidence that Planned Parenthood is also linked to the human-animal hybrid experiments since they gave aborted fetuses to the University of Pittsburgh, while the school sponsors Planned Parenthood’s operations.
Daleiden went on Fox News and a CMP video revealing the experiments was published.
Author: Steven Sinclaire
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