Did you know that aborted fetal cells are used to create vaccines?

Most recently, aborted children, tissue and cells were used to create the COVID-19 vaccine?

Did you notice that in a rush to jab every person on planet earth, the idea that aborted fetal cells were used to create, test or manufacture the COVID-19 vax was dismissed as fodder and ignored as a conspiracy?

Did you know that it wasn't fodder? And it wasn't a conspiracy theory?

The three COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the United States are from Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.

All three used fetal cell lines to create their vaccines.

Pfizer and Moderna only used the cell lines for early testing. Johnson & Johnson used the cell lines both in testing and to produce vaccine doses.

The particular cell lines used for the COVID-19 vaccines were HEK-293 and PER.C6. HEK, meaning human embryonic kidney.

The cells used for HEK-93 were obtained from the kidney of a female fetus who died in 1973; it is unclear whether the baby died of natural causes or as part of an abortion procedure. The cells for PER.C6 were gathered from an aborted embryo in 1985.

Even though it was a long time ago, the lives of these babies still matter.

And it also matters that "that many aborted fetal cell lines and all the aborted fetal cell lines used in currently licensed vaccines are the culmination of a series of experiments that include multiple abortions," said Pam Acker. She's a biologist and author of Vaccinations, a Catholic Perspective.

“When a cell line is developed, it is usually produced using a tissue sample from a single individual unless it's a hybrid cell line. So, on the one hand, it is technically correct to say that the cell line was developed using one aborted baby. However, this is not an accurate representation of how many lives were sacrificed in the whole process of creating an aborted fetal cell line."

For example: 

The WI-38 cell line (used in MMR and shingles vaccines) came from the 32nd aborted baby used in a series of experiments.

The MRC-5 line (used in hepatitis A, measles, and shingles vaccines) required five abortions to develop.

RA273, the virus used in the rubella vaccine, originated in the 27th baby that was aborted in search of the virus.

Acker said that the use of aborted fetal cell lines in medical research, at any level, "fuels a growing acceptance of using aborted babies in other types of medical research.

“This problem is irrespective of the original number of abortions performed to obtain a cell line and will only be exacerbated by the acceptance of HEK-293-derived COVID vaccines."

Research that affects us.

Consider this article in Newsweek, which details the experiments with aborted babies.

Previously, I wrote about another Pitt scientist who developed a nightmarish "protocol" for harvesting the freshest, most pristine livers from 5-month-old aborted babies to isolate massive numbers of stem cells for experimental transplants. This technique calls for aborting late-term fetuses alive via labor induction, rushing them to a sterile laboratory, washing them and then cutting them open to harvest the liver. This Pitt scientist received $3 million from the NIH.

The NIH.

Saint Anthony Fauci's NIH.

The NIH that's also connected to Francis Collins, who, according to Big Evangelicals, is almost Jesus Himself.

But who appears to see aborted babies as guinea pigs.

And yet, Collins and Fauci are the same men that Big Evangelicals listened to.

Collins and Fauci silenced debate while single-handedly convincing pastors, who should be the most pro-life among us, to get their parishioners not only to wear masks but also to get vaxxed.

A vaccine that, in some cases, used aborted fetal cell lines; a vaccine that we were to accept without objection or hesitation.

Do you realize that the mad scientists among us swept the fetal cells of dead babies into vaccines and called it healthcare?

God help us.

Today I feel the weight of my ignorance.

I did not fully know. Nor did I fully understand.

But now I do.

So what now?

Kazakhstan Bishop Athanasius Schneider said it best.

"Until now, the pro-life movement has been ‘very meritorious’ in raising a united voice against abortion. But I think there now comes a new time, a new phase, a new period of all pro-life movements to protest, clearly and unambiguously, against abortion-tainted medicines, against the abuse of the body parts of the unborn."

“Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter. If you say, ‘But we knew nothing about this,’ does he who weighs the heart not perceive it?”

Proverbs 24:11-12

Amie Beth Shaver is a speaker, writer, and media commentator. Her column appears every Wednesday in 1819 News. Shaver served on the Alabama GOP State Executive Committee, was a candidate for State House 43 and spokeswoman for Allied Women. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of 1819 News. To comment, please send an email with your name and contact information to [email protected].