12/28/2019 / By Ethan Huff
It’s been a few years now since former Oklahoma State Senator Ralph Shortey tried to ban “the manufacture or sale of food or products which use aborted human fetuses” in a bill he proposed that ultimately died without ever being passed. But of much more pressing concern is the use of aborted fetal tissue in the manufacture of childhood vaccines, an utterly horrid practice that continues all across the country to this very day.
It was reported back in 2012 that Sen. Shortey had introduced Senate Bill 1418 following the disturbing revelation that PepsiCo and other Big Food manufacturers were incorporating aborted human fetal tissue into the development of their “flavoring” chemicals. The news was so shocking to decent-minded people all across our land that some states, including Oklahoma, tried to get laws on the books prohibiting this industry practice – though almost all of them were unsuccessful.
In the years following, more ugly revelations have come out about how aborted human fetal tissue is routinely used in the manufacture of government-sanctioned childhood vaccines, including the infamously controversial MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella. News about this similarly disturbing practice has continued to spread far and wide, prompting many groups to come out either in support or opposition to childhood vaccination.
As we reported back in 2015, the Christian organization Focus on the Family actually came out in support of childhood vaccination, despite the fact that it claims to be an anti-abortion group in support of human life. Apparently murdering unborn human babies is just fine with Focus on the Family, so long as it’s quietly done for the purpose of churning out more chemical-laced vaccinations to be administered to children.
Widespread controversy over vaccination isn’t likely to go away anytime soon, by the way, and chances are the abortion component to vaccine manufacture will only continue to make headlines, awakening even more of the general public to the ugly truth about childhood vaccination. Facebook and the rest of social media are doing their part to squelch this important information, but the cat is already out of the bag.
It may take some time for state legislatures and ballot initiatives to catch up with the truth and take action, but there’s no stuffing this particular demon back into its Pandora’s Box. Parents are figuring out that aborted human fetal tissue is being injected into children as part of our country’s “public health” protocols, and increasingly more of them are being deterred from participating in this “mandatory” chemical ritual, despite the consequences.
If learning that aborted human fetal tissue is regularly injected into the bodies of newborn babies fresh out of the womb, and well as young, vulnerable toddlers, doesn’t deter many more parents away from “mandatory” vaccination, then we certainly don’t know what will. And this is precisely why this information needs to be spread far and wide, especially while there are still avenues to spread it.
The days are waning that ordinary Americans still have the ability to use tech platforms to disseminate truth online. Any criticism of vaccination, including the fact that aborted babies are used to make vaccines, is now considered to be “hate speech,” which means it’s only a matter of time before vaccine truth-tellers are targeted for committing “hate crimes.”
But that time is not quite yet, which means that now, more than ever, it’s critical to spread the truth far and wide. Even if some people refuse to listen to you, keep trying because you never know who will see the light, especially after one of their own is injured or killed by a “safe and effective” vaccine injection.
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