Back in 2019, Alex Jones of InfoWars said that companies were harvesting aborted baby parts to be used in experiments. Of course, the mainstream media accused Jones of putting forth a false conspiracy theory. He has been kicked off most social media over this and other stories he has run.
Not only is it true, but the practice has been subsidized by your tax dollars. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has paid at least $2.7 million into a University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) initiative.
Here is Al*x J*nes on Rogan in early 2019 explaining how fetal organ harvesting works. They called him insane for suggesting this goes on pic.twitter.com/ONUpgBA4mS
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 5, 2021
Newsweek in 2019 responded to the podcast and wrote:
“Alex Jones, Joe Rogan War Leads to Conspiracy Theory Meltdown, InfoWars Host Says Babies Harvested For Organs”
Rawstory news also made a similar headline:
“Alex Jones has irrational ragegasm on Trump conspiracy theory over abortions for organ harvesting.”
And guess where else they got funding for using aborted baby parts. Dr Fauci. Surprised? If so, why?
Pitt’s alleged interest in harvesting fetal organs for a research experiment they call the Genitourinary Development Molecular Anatomy Project, or GUDMAP.
The program has been documented in public papers that have been acquired by Judicial Watch. Pitt had requested more funds but we do not know if they got more than the original $2,7 million.
Pitt’s proposal stated that it aimed to “create a pipeline for the acquisition, quality control, and distribution of human genitourinary [urinary and genital organs and functions] samples gathered throughout development (6-42 weeks gestation).” More than ten months of pregnancy is represented by 42 weeks.
Back in 2015, Pitt told HHS that it has been “collecting fetal tissue for over 10 years … includ[ing] liver, heart, gonads, legs, brain, genitourinary tissues including kidneys, ureters and bladders.”
An experiment involving grafting fetal scalps with “full-thickness human skin” onto mice was discussed at a session earlier this year in Pennsylvania’s state house.
The tissue for that experiment came from the university’s human tissue bank. Grants from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is led by top coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci, were also used to fund the research. While the exact amount of federal money spent on the project is unknown, it was supported through two substantial grants — one for $1,498,642 and the other for $430,270.