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Many people assume the claim that aborted fetal cell lines are used in vaccines is “anti-vax propaganda”. Prominent figures, such as Senator Steve Sweeney (D-NJ) have claimed that these cell lines were used in the past, but the practice has been discontinued. This is certainly not the case.
In fact, multiple vaccines currently on the market contain MRC-5 cells (a diploid human cell culture line composed of fibroblasts, originally developed from research deriving lung tissue of a 14 week old aborted Caucasian male fetus), or WI-38 cells (a diploid human cell line composed of fibroblasts derived from lung tissue of a 3-month-gestation aborted female fetus).
This is not anti-vax propaganda. This is not a conspiracy theory. This is a 100% verifiable fact.
Here is a full excipient table listing all ingredients of every vaccine currently on the market (accurate as of Feb. 2020) : https://rb.gy/ubpjsc
To some this is a moral dilemma. To others, they are concerned about the potential biological impacts of injecting male DNA into female babies (& vice versa).
To some this is no big deal. But to others, this can be quite a shocking revelation, and may change their views on vaccinations.
I can’t tell you how many people I’ve spoken with who identify as pro-life, yet think people who question the safety of vaccines are quacks or conspiracy nuts. Some even support mandatory vaccinations.
I wonder if they would change their mind if they were aware these cells were used in vaccines? There is an undeniable sense of irony in claiming to be pro-life, while simultaneously promoting the use of a product that contains cells originally derived from aborted children.
Whether you’re pro-choice, pro-life, or somewhere in the middle we should all be pro-truth.
And the truth is that vaccines do, in fact, contain aborted fetal cell lines.