Note: This is an excerpt from a post published by NaturalNews.com.
Tony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) funneled money to the University of Pittsburgh, where mad scientists used American taxpayer dollars given to them by Fauci to create abominable rats covered with the scalps of murdered unborn babies.
The University of Pittsburgh, by the way, is where Bing Liu, one of the murdered covid scientists, worked. Bing, as you may recall, was on the verge of revealing something major about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) before suddenly turning up dead.
Fauci’s complicity in the rat-aborted baby “Frankenstein” experiments prompted Students for Life to call for his immediate resignation or firing from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
“A new video from the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) detailed research in which infant remains are harvested from abortions at a Planned Parenthood,” Students for Life reported. “This happened at taxpayer expense, through funding from Fauci’s NIAID office at the National Institutes of Health.”
David Daleiden, the founder of CMP, recently gave testimony before the Pennsylvania Health Committee, revealing the shocking details of what Fauci has been up to at the University of Pittsburgh.
“It’s a matter of public record that there are horrific abuses of aborted infants taking place [in] Pennsylvania through the extensive fetal experimentation programs at the taxpayer-funded University of Pittsburgh,” Daleiden stated.
“In a recent study, Pitt scientists describe scalping 5-month-old aborted babies and grafting their scalps onto the backs of lab rats to keep them growing … in the study you can see the pictures of little baby scalps growing tiny baby hairs on the backs of lab rats and lab mice. Each one of those scalps … represents a little Pennsylvania baby who would have grown those little hairs on their head if they had not been killed by abortion for experiments with rodents.”
Author: Ethan Huff
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