Like many other childhood vaccines such as those for measles, smallpox, and polio, the new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines currently under development contain additives that were long ago spliced into existence using the remains of tiny babies murdered in the womb.
The most common ingredients were derived from either the lungs of an unborn baby girl who was terminated back in 1962 at just three months gestation or from the lungs of an unborn baby boy who was terminated in 1966 at 14 weeks gestation.
In both cases, these two abortions were elective, meaning the mothers decided to end their pregnancies, and thus the lives of the two human lives that were developing inside their wombs.
Having been preserved for many decades in liquid nitrogen, the fetal cells from these two murder children are used to culture today's vaccines. Since they have not been divided as often as adult cells, these fetal cells work well in producing lots of new vaccines very quickly.
According to the official narrative, today's vaccines do not actually contain any actual aborted human fetal tissue, and no new abortions are performed in order to create new vaccines. The cells that were obtained from the two aforementioned babies who were aborted, however, are, in fact, used to produce ingredients in many of today's vaccines, including those being developed for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
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According to Science magazine, the journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at least five of the upcoming Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines currently in development do actually contain ingredients derived from the cell lines of two newer aborted babies, one of which was terminated in the 1970s and the other of which was eliminated in 1985.
What this means, of course, is that subsequent babies have been aborted to produce new vaccines, a fact that runs contrary to the prevailing narrative that only the two aforementioned abortions were used in vaccine production.
Another thing to keep in mind is the fact that some Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine candidates also contain the very same adjuvant used in swine flu vaccines that caused narcolepsy in some recipients.
Some Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine candidates will supposedly not contain ingredients derived from aborted human babies. These, some Catholic leaders are now saying, represent “ethical” alternatives to the abortion-derived ones, which people should avoid taking.
“We are aware that, among the dozens of vaccines currently in development, some are being produced using old cell lines that were created from the cells of aborted babies,” explains a letter written by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which represents the Roman Catholic Church.
“It is critically important that Americans have access to a vaccine that is produced ethically: no American should be forced to choose between being vaccinated against this potentially deadly virus and violating his or her conscience.”
The letter goes on to explain that there is no need to use “ethically problematic cell lines to produce a COVID vaccine, or any vaccine, as other cell lines or processes that do not involve cells from abortions are available and are regularly being used to produce other vaccines.”
Bishop Joseph Strickland of the Catholic Diocese of Tyler, Texas, also tweeted that he will not be taking any vaccine derived from aborted human fetal tissue because he has chosen not to “kill children to live.”
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