Daleiden explained how, in grant applications to receive NIH funding, the University of Pittsburgh essentially advertised their facilities as the best location for the GUDMAP aborted fetal kidney harvesting program. Pitt described how aborted babies are still alive at the time their kidneys are cut out. This was a selling point for why Pitt should receive millions of taxpayer dollars.
“When they say they ‘track and record the warm ischemia time,’ that means they know the time at which fetuses lose their circulation and lose their blood supply,” Daleiden said reading from the grant application. “They specifically say labor induction, not just a forceps extraction abortion, but a labor induction abortion where they induce labor and the mom pushes out a baby at 24 weeks.”
Those two statements together – that they know how to keep the time of blood loss in the kidneys to a minimum and that they perform induced-labor abortion – show these are “clear, classic cases of partial-birth abortion or this is just straight-up infanticide,” Daleiden said. Read more»
Madeline Osburn | “Here’s What We Know About Pitt’s Sadistic Experiments On Unborn Babies” | October 13, 2021
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