A disturbing report has been revealed this week showing how the University of Pittsburgh applied for millions from the NIH in 2015 to become a fetal baby part distribution hub for the purpose of harvesting the organs from aborted babies, so of which may be still alive while the harvesting is taking place:
LIVE ACTION – This week, Judicial Watch and The Center for Medical Progress shared public records obtained from the National Institutes of Health, showing how the University of Pittsburgh proposed procuring aborted body parts based on the preborn child’s race.
The records released by CMP and Judicial Watch included a $3 million grant application the University of Pittsburgh submitted to NIH in 2015 to become a “fetal distribution hub” for the GenitoUrinary Developmental Molecular Anatomy Project (GUDMAP). In the application, the University of Pittsburgh emphasized how it has “over 18 years of experience” collecting aborted baby body parts, making it an ideal candidate for supplying NIH researchers with fetal tissue.
Notably, GUDMAP’s Tissue Hub website describes how its researchers “isolate human genitourinary tissues” — organs related to the urinary and reproductive systems — from babies aborted between six and 24 weeks gestation.
“…Cause of death is the removal of the organs…”
More of the application can be viewed on Judicial Watch’s document archives page. Under point number five, the university claims that in its process of harvesting the aborted body parts, “Ischemia time is minimized.” According to the NIH, this refers to “the time a tissue, organ, or body part remains at body temperature after its blood supply has been reduced or cut off but before it is cooled or reconnected to a blood supply.”
The University of Pittsburgh went on to explain that “labor induction” is the “procedure that will be used to obtain the tissue.”
As CMP noted, “if the fetus’ heartbeat and blood circulation continue in a labor induction abortion for harvesting organs, it means the fetus is being delivered while still alive and the cause of death is the removal of the organs.”
As we’ve said many times, murdering unborn babies is absolutely evil and this cannot be overstated. But seizing on the murder of the unborn, for this government-sanctioned purpose of harvesting their organs is even more reprehensible – if that’s even possible. I’m literally running out of adjectives to describe the atrociousness and barbarity of harvesting fetal baby parts for whatever purpose, especially when the child is still alive. It’s destroying innocent human life in the name of the ‘greater good’ and our government has no business sanctioning such endeavors. In fact those endeavors should be highly illegal.
But the reporting doesn’t end there. The application by the University of Pittsburgh reveals they want to harvest these fetal organs on the basis of racial quotas:
In the application to NIH, the University of Pittsburgh said it intended to use “Inclusion (or exclusion) of individuals on the basis of sex/gender, race, and ethnicity” when procuring aborted body parts. The university stated that it would harvest 50% percent of aborted babies from white mothers and 50% from minority patients and their children, with 25% of those harvested babies coming from Black women.
As CMP noted, “Allegheny County, the major metropolitan area from which Pitt-based abortion practices draw patients, is 80% white and only 13% Black.”
According to an amicus curiae brief CMP filed with the United States Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, “The burdens of human trafficking of aborted infants disproportionately fall on minority communities.”
Targeting pregnant women and their children for fetal experimentation based on their race is an indefensible practice, one that aligns more closely with Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s eugenic principles than values related to universal human dignity.
Once again we find that black women are the big targets of the abortion industry and the fetal harvesters. Color me shocked.