Cells from hundreds of aborted fetuses could have been used to develop COVID vaccines
Cells from hundreds of aborted fetuses could have been used to develop COVID vaccines
The continuing exploitation of countless hundreds of aborted babies is widespread. It’s a lucrative industry.

Western Standard |  October 7, 2021

We were told fetal tissue from only two healthy aborted babies led to the development of many vaccines.

They were sacrificed decades ago, so it’s old news. Therefore, any concerns about ethics or morality are unfounded, or at least, overstated.

We were also told that Johnson & Johnson used fetal cell cultures from one of those fetuses to develop its COVID-19 vaccine, but Pfizer and Moderna did not.

As it turns out, that’s not so.

“The argument saying it all has to do with couple of babies from many years ago and none of this stuff is going on, that’s a lie,” said Dr. Jose Trasancos, CEO of the Texas-based non-profit Children of God for Life, which is devoted to ending the use of aborted children in biomedical research and commerce.

One cell line doesn’t equal one baby; but the continuing exploitation of countless hundreds of aborted babies is widespread. It’s a lucrative industry.

“Let’s just keep it to medical research because if we start talking about the use of fetal tissue in cosmetics or in food research, the river very quickly overflows with angst,” said Trasancos, widely regarded as a leading expert in this field.

“All three of the available COVID-19 vaccines in the United States — I’m not sure beyond Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Moderna what’s available in Canada — made use of these aborted fetal cell lines in their research, in their foundational research, in their development, and in their testing before the initiated clinical trials,”

Canada also approved AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine.

“For now, all vaccines for the COVID-19 virus being distributed are produced and/or tested with cell lines that originated from an aborted child.”

He relies solely on information from peer-reviewed and published literature by scientists involved in research and development. He uses their own words.

An explosive report released Wednesday by Project Veritas adds credence to his claim.

It exposed Pfizer’s attempts to hide the truth about using human embryonic kidney cells from aborted fetuses in its testing programs.

Whistleblower Melissa Strickler, a quality auditor with Pfizer, leaked company executives’ emails.

One read: “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.”

“We’ve been trying as much as possible not to mention the fetal cell lines,” wrote Vanessa Gelman, Pfizer’s senior director of Worldwide Research, Development, and Medical Communication.

Many, including the Vatican, shrug off cell lines from those early abortions as necessary to combat viruses, organ failure, and disease. They pronounce it morally acceptable.

Molecular biologist and Catholic priest, Father Nicanor Austriaco, advanced the unfounded speculation that these cell lines were sourced from miscarriages.

“It took me about 15 minutes with a college-level biology textbook to referentially prove what he said is impossible. The tissues expelled from a miscarriage are days old. It’s dead tissue. You can’t establish a living cell line from dead tissue,” said Trasancos.

The fetal cell lines used to produce some of the COVID-19 vaccines come from two sources.

HEK-293 (Human Embryonic Kidney) is a kidney cell line isolated from a fetus in 1973 in the Netherlands.

PER.CA, a retinal cell line isolated from an aborted fetus in 1985, is the cell line Johnson & Johnson used to develop its COVID-19 vaccine.

“The narrowing of the argument to justify the cell lines is intellectually dishonest. It obscures the truth about the exploitation of aborted children in science and research,” said Trasancos. 

“One baby was the source of the tissue that established a cell line. But how many babies were involved in the entire effort is really the question.”

HEK 293 is the most common one used in biomedical research. Its records went missing.

“Let’s focus on 293, which signifies the 293rd experiment in the series. The number of aborted children involved in the establishment of that cell line lies somewhere between one and 293. It was certainly more than one.”

“Here it kind of crosses the line into untruths. You are ignoring the facts of how those cell lines came to be. You’re also ignoring what’s happening today in the field of aborted fetal tissue research.”

Cell strains from aborted fetuses are used to develop numerous vaccines.

There are 1,559 catalogued cell strains representing a “far larger” number of abortions.

“A cell line is immortal. Most of what’s available in the marketplace and most of what’s used in many areas of research is called a cell strain. They do wear out and need to be replaced,” said Trasancos.

They replicate over a period consistent with the human life span, then age and stop.

“It’s a fact, not conjecture, that aborted fetal tissue is sought after and in demand and the medical research community has invested in techniques to improve the quality and the integrity of the tissues they harvest.”

“Aborted children are fed to this industry every single day.”
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