Thousands of Pennsylvania citizens are calling out the University of Pittsburgh for reports of inhumane, unethical and taxpayer-funded experiments on aborted babies — using barbaric procedures that appear to involve born alive babies and harvesting their organs while they are still alive; which would be infanticide and illegal activity.
PittExposed.com – Contact elected officials to call for a full investigation into Pitt’s inhumane and possibly illegal activity.
- August 12: Doctors say Pitt statements point to possibility organs extracted from live fetuses; school denies charge (Fox News)
- August 4: University of Pittsburgh ADMITS Hearts Beating While Harvesting Aborted Infants’ Kidneys (Center for Medical Progress)
- August 4: New documents released – Millions in federal money flowed to tissue bank that collected fetal ‘heart, gonads, legs, brain’: report (Fox News)
- August 3: New documents show University of Pittsburgh set racial quotas on aborted babies for experiments (PA Family)
- June 26: General Assembly approves state funded of Pitt in annual budget, missed opportunity to hold Pitt accountable (PA Family)
- May 5: Pitt representative testifies at PA House Health Committee Hearing: “Simply put, [the Pitt rep] repeatedly claimed to know very little about the experiments that were the key issue at the hearing.” (PA Family)
- May 3: Center For Medical Progress released a video exposing the University of Pittsburgh – “The University of Pittsburgh is a hub for some of the most barbaric experiments carried out on late-term aborted human infants; experiments funded by the U.S. government.” – David Daleiden
- How Aborted Children Are Used in Medical Research in 2020 (National Catholic Register)
- Babies were potentially aborted alive to get livers for university research (2019)
- The Federalist: Investigate Now: Federal Grants Sponsored Possibly Live Baby Harvesting At University Of Pittsburgh
- Newsweek: University of Pittsburgh Won’t Explain its Planned Parenthood Ties (Op-Ed by David Daleiden)
Officials calling for Full Investigation
- State Representative Kathy Rapp, Chair of the PA House Health Committee (Fox News)
- Former Judge Cheryl Allen (Fox News)