Coronavirus vaccines are loaded with ingredients made from aborted baby body parts

Tuesday, August 18, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Tuesday, August 18, 2020

As drug companies ramp up efforts to fast-track their “Operation Warp Speed” vaccine candidates for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), many unsuspecting Christians and conservatives are unaware of the fact that these jabs are slated to contain toxic ingredients derived from aborted human babies.

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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