Nearly 100 members of Congress asked the Biden administration for details on the University of Pittsburgh’s federally funded research on aborted babies in a recent letter. Pitt officials should be working with law enforcement to conduct a full investigation of the grotesque, immoral, and potentially illegal actions the university has taken in its treatment of preborn human beings. Pitt should provide complete transparency regarding how the university obtains and experiments on these aborted babies.
Even Dr. Ronna Jurow, an ob-gyn who supports abortion, has raised significant concern over unethical treatment of aborted babies at Pitt. As an alumnus of Pitt, it troubles me to see my alma mater become a national hub for training students for controversial fetal experimentation, allegedly using staff employed by Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business.
Just last year, it was revealed that Pitt has been engaging in experiments like scalping aborted babies and grafting their scalps to lab rats. Pitt researchers even proudly published pictures of babies’ scalps grafted onto the backs of rodents.
Some of these inhumane experiments at Pitt are being federally funded through grants from the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, run by Dr. Anthony Fauci. Thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request made by the Center for Medical Progress, we see in Pitt’s application for federal funding (i.e., your tax dollars) that Pitt is obtaining babies who have been killed and harvested through elective abortions. Harvesting organs and performing experiments on innocent human beings whose death was elective — aborted for convenience and without medical necessity — is wrong.
If that’s not alarming enough, Pitt has set racial quotas on their tissue orders. In their application, Pitt indicates their desire for half of the babies being experimented on to be minorities. Allegheny County, the major metropolitan area from which Pitt-based abortion experiments draw patients for fetal tissue procurement, is 80 percent white and only 13 percent black. David Seldin, assistant vice chancellor for news at the University of Pittsburgh, claims this is explained by the experiments aiming to study kidney disease, which more greatly impacts people who aren’t white. (Read more from “Public Officials Silent About Allegations of Nazi-Level Experiments at a U.S. University” HERE)
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