Bombshell Report Shows Francis Collins And NIH May Have Colluded With University Of Pittsburgh To Downplay Scandal Involving Preborn Baby Remains
· Apr 27, 2022 ·

In a healthy country, this would be leading the news right next to the contents found on Hunter Biden's laptop.

A Freedom of Information Act request by Judicial Watch has just obtained documents that pretty clearly show woke evangelical hero Francis Collins and the National Institute of Health helped University of Pittsburgh cover their tail in a scandal involving research on fetal tissue, aka deceased preborn babies.

From the Daily Caller:

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) appears to have colluded with the University of Pittsburgh (UP) to dispel public outrage over its research on human fetal remains, including those obtained through abortions, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

Dr. Jeremy Berg, associate senior vice chancellor for science strategy and planning in the health sciences at UP, asked then-director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Francis Collins for help in combatting negative media coverage in October 2021 after its experiments on human fetal remains were made public through a FOIA request. The NIH then arranged a meeting with UP to discuss the matter, emails revealed.

The University of Pittsburgh reached out to Francis Collins, the expert on making evangelicals and others forget about the horrors of abortion, to help the University with this public relations scandal.

UP claimed to have been collecting fetal tissue for over a decade, including liver, heart, gonads, legs, brain, kidneys, ureters and bladders, which it would "harvest and distribute" as part of its plan to "develop a pipeline to the acquisition, quality control and distribution of human … samples obtained throughout development (6-42 weeks gestation)," according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch.

Berg told Collins in his email that UP was the victim of organized attacks and said institutions needed to stand together against efforts to discredit fetal science.

So, for years, UP was using aborted baby body parts, and body parts from other deceased preborn babies to do clinical research.

And when this was disclosed to the public, there was outrage over these brutal experimentations.

So, the NIH and "Christian-guy" Collins got involved to calm down the outraged public.

"It seems that this is an organized attempt to delegitimize science based on fetal tissue rather than to identify misbehavior (although, of course, any misbehavior does create opportunities for outrage)," Berg's email to Collins said. "In light of this, we feel that the scientific community would benefit if more institutions could stand together to take some of the power out of the one at-a-time strategy that appears to be operating."

"We have a Zoom meeting scheduled with the Pitt VPR and team this Wednesday, October 20, at 9:30 AM," Michael Lauer, NIH deputy director for extramural research, wrote in response to Collins sharing Berg's email with several employees.

"Mike indicated that it is arranged," Lawrence Tabak, then-principal deputy director of the NIH wrote in an email to Berg, appearing to refer to Lauer. Tabak also told Berg that he and Lauer were willing to meet with UP's chancellor, Pat Gallagher, depending on the outcome of their meeting.

If you oppose experimentation on murdered babies, then you are anti-science, according to our beloved public health experts.

Yeah, I'm sure glad that these barbarians effectively ran the country for the last two years.

How disgusting.

About $2.5 million in federal funds were spent supporting UP's mission to become a "tissue hub" for human remains ranging from six to 42 weeks' gestation (the typical pregnancy lasts approximately 40 weeks), according to Judicial Watch's analysis of documents obtained from a separate 2021 FOIA lawsuit.

We've sent these butchers $2.5 million to support their becoming a "tissue hub."

Meaning a place to store dead children's body parts.

That's our taxpayer money at work.

"We have disbursed over 300 fresh samples collected from 77 cases. The collections can be significantly ramped up as material could have been accrued from as many as 725 cases last year," UP noted in the documents.

The university also sought to decrease the amount of time human remains were kept at room temperature following abortions in order to improve tissue quality for their experiments, according to Judicial Watch.

The NIH reversed the Trump administration's ban on research using human remains obtained through elective abortions in April 2021.

They've kept this "fetal tissue" for years and now that Trump is out of office, the NIH has begun collecting body parts from abortions again.

Please, please, "pro-life for Biden" voters, explain how this fits in with your grand plan. I'll wait.

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