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GROTESQUE: US Government Cannibalizing Babies So Mice Can Live

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Published on: August 8, 2018

In a development that is almost too Nazi-esque to believe, our own government is working with Planned Parenthood to get “fresh” tissue from aborted babies to produce “humanized mice.”

Although it is almost impossible to believe, every word you read in that first paragraph is true.

Humanized mice.” Dwell on that two-word phrase for a moment. It’s their phrase, not mine.

The FDA is actually contracting with Planned Parenthood to get tissue from freshly aborted babies that they implant in mice, to improve the immune systems of the mice.

In other words, we are killing babies so that mice can live.

Hitler, Joseph Mengele, and the entire Nazi medical experimentation apparatus has got nothing on us. We have become as inhumane, as savage, as morally darkened as the worst of World War II Germany.

David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress did diligent undercover work to expose Planned Parenthood’s ghoulish practice of selling aborted baby body parts to the highest bidder. Now we discover that the chief competitor for aborted baby body parts is our own government.

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The reason the FDA is working with Planned Parenthood is that the tissue they seek must come from freshly aborted babies. Tissue from babies which have been miscarried isn’t good enough. So while we have been working diligently to strip taxpayer funding from the baby butchers of Planned Parenthood, our own government has been slipping the equivalent of envelopes filled with cash over the transom.

Fresh human tissues are required,” said the FDA, “for implantation into severely immune-compromised mice to create chimeric animals that have a human immune system.”

Harvard University explained to the House Energy and Commerce Committee in 2016 that mice with human immune systems “are engineered to this condition only by means of the use of human fetal material,” and that this material can’t come from miscarriages, it can only come from aborted babies.

So the FDA is cannibalizing unborn babies, some as far along as 24 weeks – two to three weeks after those same babies could survive outside the womb.

At something called “The New Humanized Rodent Model Workshop” back in 2007 attendees were informed that researchers needed “livers” and “thymuses” from unborn babies to develop mice with human immune systems.

The FDA refused to answer when asked if mothers whose babies are aborted are informed that tissue from their aborted babies will be transplanted into mice.

The excuse the FDA uses for this obscene experimentation is that it represents “a very small fraction” of their total research. Well, Mengele could defend his work too on the grounds that he was operating on only “a very small fraction” of the Jews they planned to exterminate. We would not accept that excuse then and we should not now.

The FDA is spending an abominable total of $103 million on fetal tissue research this year after spending $98 million scavenging the bodies of babies in 2017. That’s just a $103 million incentive to protect the practice of abortion in America.

So we are producing humanized mice in our government laboratories. I’ve got a better idea: how about we produce some humanized researchers instead?

(Unless otherwise noted, the opinions expressed are the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Family Association or American Family Radio.)

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