On October 6, James O’Keefe Project Veritas PV, in collaboration with a whistleblower, shared the leaked internal emails between the company executives. PV stated: “telling staff to be secretive about the use of human fetal tissue in laboratory testing of the COVID vaccine.”
The video shared an email from the company’s senior director of worldwide research, and the director stated: “One or more cell lines with an origin that can be traced back to human fetal tissue has been used in laboratory tests associated with the vaccine program.”
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The firm’s chief scientific officer identified the cell line as “HEK293T cells … (which) are ultimately derived from an aborted fetus.”
Pfizer doesn’t want to share the origin of their vaccine, and it seems inexplicable for three reasons.
First, this December, the Catholic Church’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith stated that “it is morally acceptable to receive Covid-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process.”
In other circumstances, which aren’t emergency, this action would be mortally sinful cooperation in evil. However, the congregation indicated that Pope Francis examined their work and order, so he ordered its publication.
Second, human fetal tissue investigation has been performed since 1930, and it shows that it “helped to develop vaccines for a wide range of diseases, including polio, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis A and B, shingles and rabies.”
Third, HEK193, the one that Pfizer cited is present among us for half a century. Also, it is highly used. HEK cells are credited with “many antipsychotic drugs used to treat mental illnesses like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.”
These three factors forced Pfizer to promote or defend its use of the JEK193 cell line in another advancement resulting from human fetal tissue research.
From the very beginning, the conversation about the vaccine origin the company finds very uncomfortable. Contrary to what has been believed half-century ago, HEK293’s creation didn’t arise from abortion as people now understand it.
One development is the perfect example to prove this!
This August, the University of Pittsburgh made an admission. The Center for Medical Progress explained that the school’s GUDMAP program, aided by area Planned Parenthood abortion providers, was “allowing babies, some of the age of viability, to be delivered alive, and then killing them by cutting their kidneys out.”
Those who read this article agree that once a baby is delivered alive, killing it can’t be considered an abortion. Killing an alive-delivered baby is textbook infanticide.
Pitt’s research and Planned Parenthood had to resort to the gruesome butchery. Harvesting viable kidneys need continuous blood flow, asking a beating heart, requiring the baby to be alive outside of the mother when the kidneys are eliminated.
The HEK 293 originates from 1970. AnnaMaria Cardinalli explained the truth about the Pfizer origin at Crisis Magazine in January:
To harvest a viable embryonic kidney, healthy children who are old enough must be removed from the womb, alive by cesarean section, and then taking the kidneys out. The entire process is performed without anesthesia, which would lessen the viability of the organs.
The killing of an unwanted child happens in the tortuous manner it did to get her organs for research’s purpose. The harvest of the organs caused her death because she was a living child outside the womb before it.
In email correspondence, MS. Cardinalli stated that regarding her discussion with medical experts and the test of reason, “we are genuinely speaking of clear infanticide, not abortion.” In her article, she also indicated that she fears that “Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict may not have had this information when they received the vaccines.”
Since HEK293’s creation, two scientists have been involved: Dr. Alex Van Der Eb and Franklin Graham.
From their draft 2006 FDA conference, Dr. Van der Eb stated, “The kidney of the fetus was obtained in 1972, probably. The precise data is not known anymore. The fetus, as far as I can remember, was completely normal. Nothing was wrong. The reasons for the abortion were unknown to me. I probably knew it at the time, but it got lost all this information.”
Graham stated that “the exact origin of the HEK293 fetal cells is unclear. They could have come from either a spontaneous miscarriage or an elective abortion.”
Cardinalli didn’t know about Graham’s miscarriage speculation when writing her article. She stated, “There is no way that a spontaneous abortion could result in the cell line (as the kidneys cannot remain viable past the brief window in which they must be harvested).” It’s quite revealing that Dr. Graham speculated about something which seems so clearly impossible.
In the meantime, it’s unclear if an employer or government entity should try to force people to get the vaccine or lose their job based on a vaccine originating in infanticide.