The truth is always more bizarre than fiction.
A recent report by watchdog Judicial Watch revealed that the NIH authorized a $3 million dollar grant to the University of Pittsburgh to harvest unborn baby organs.
According to medical records obtained by the watchdog, the University of Pittsburgh’s medical research team would take full term pregnant women and induce them only to then take their babies organs.
Studies show that the University would take unborn babies from 6 weeks to 42 weeks, remove their organs, and then proceed to place the organs in the school’s tissue bank.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) approved a $3 million grant to the University of Pittsburgh for inducing labor on full-term pregnant women, and then removed organs from the fetuses for the school's tissue bank.https://t.co/1t5rswrTrf via @CBNNews pic.twitter.com/rtxZlNNydF
— CBN News (@CBNNews) August 6, 2021
Abortion is a heinous crime against the unborn child. Sadly many of these children are further dehumanized by the trafficking and experimentation of their bodies after death.https://t.co/BeDLfGaZEl
— March for Life (@March_for_Life) August 4, 2021
Fox News covered the story and dropped these details:
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has funneled at least $2.7 million into a University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) project that utilizes a tissue bank with organs from aborted fetuses, according to a release from Judicial Watch Tuesday.
The conservative nonprofit obtained hundreds of pages of public records requests, which detail Pitt’s interest in harvesting fetal organs for a project known as the GenitoUrinary Development Molecular Anatomy Project, or GUDMAP. More money was requested by the university but it’s unclear exactly how much it received.
Pitt’s application specified that it sought to “develop a pipeline to the acquisition, quality control and distribution of human genitourinary [urinary and genital organs and functions] samples obtained throughout development (6-42 weeks gestation).” Forty-two weeks represents more than 10 months of pregnancy.
In 2015, Pitt told HHS that it has been “collecting fetal tissue for over 10 years … includ[ing] liver, heart, gonads, legs, brain, genitourinary tissues including kidneys, ureters and bladders.”
It also revealed that the university sought a large number of minority fetuses, according to Judicial Watch — something Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden described as “racist.”
In 2019 Alex Jones went on Joe Rogan’s podcast and explained that babies were having their organs harvested after birth but was quickly labeled as a conspiracy theory but now the mainstream media can no longer deny it.
Here is Al*x J*nes on Rogan in early 2019 explaining how fetal organ harvesting works. They called him insane for suggesting this goes on pic.twitter.com/ONUpgBA4mS
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 5, 2021
*places quarter in Alex Jones was right jar https://t.co/s9ORDuy4W4
— TheQuartering (@TheQuartering) August 5, 2021
CBN who’s usually outspoken when it comes to abortions covered the story too:
In what sounds like something from the plot of a fictional horror movie, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) authorized a $3 million grant to the University of Pittsburgh for inducing labor on full-term pregnant women, and then surgically removing organs from the fetuses for the school’s tissue bank.
Unfortunately, this is not fiction. It’s all too real, according to newly-released public records recently acquired by the conservative watchdog Judicial Watch on behalf of the Center for Medical Progress (CMP).
Just The News reports the 2015 grant application by the University of Pittsburgh also guaranteed about half the fetuses whose organs were removed would be nonwhite, including a quarter black.
Judicial Watch sued the NIH after the agency delayed in responding to the CMP’s Freedom of Information Act request for the documentation involving the school’s proposed tissue bank.
Both organizations have posted hundreds of pages of the requested material received from the NIH to their respective websites. Some pages are fully redacted. Several of the pages are posted by themselves to highlight specific areas of the university’s program.
'American Horror Story': to deliver fetuses intact, remove organs, the records make clear that Pitt promised NIH it could obtain "very high quality tissue and biological specimens" from at least five fetuses a week, ages 6 to 42 weeks https://t.co/usUM4SMPre
— DANO (@Dano_intampabay) August 4, 2021