University of Washington: Aborted Fetuses In Paper Bags

University of Washington: Aborted Fetuses In Paper Bags

University of Washington: Aborted Fetuses In Paper Bags

The University of Washington’s medical labs is one of the nation’s largest storage facilities of fetal organ tissue. One might remember an abortion doctor discussing babies’ lungs, kidneys and hearts over wine and salad in 2015:

Just this past week, it seems the pro-life group, Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising, has made a very grim discovery inside the freezers of the medical labs at University of Washington. The freezer in question was one at UW’s Birth Defects Research laboratory.

This act of barbarism even outraged progressives which is saying something. Among things these activists discovered: paper bags and boxes of aborted fetuses and their body parts and a paper trail invoices from other universities requesting and purchasing organs, body parts and the like from the University of Washington’s “warehouse”.

The American people must be made aware of the mass dehumanization of these unborn children who are violently killed and thrown into a freezer, whose body parts are then portioned out to researchers in pursuit of federal funding. It is my hope that this photograph reminds us all that there are real victims being lethally oppressed by UW and traded like property. Fetal trafficking is abhorrent and it must end.”-PAAU Executive Director Terrisa Bukovinac

The University of Washington acknowledged the request for comment from The Washington Examiner, but did not comment. Shocking, we know.

The University of Washington serves as the Amazon for baby body parts. Harvesting baby body parts and parceling them out like parts from an old car is barbaric. Storing these organs and body parts in paper bags might be more convenient for their ‘next day’ and ‘same day’ delivery options but only emphasizes how their entire trafficking operation is out of touch with the intrinsic value and dignity of each human being.”-Dr. David Prentice, vice president of research at Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI)

Dr. Prentice, an international expert on ethical stem cell research, also made mention of improper storage protocols at the lab.

[Donated tissue] would be properly stored in sterile containers … and frozen at an ultracold temperature, sometimes with chemicals to prevent degradation of the tissue.”-Dr. David Prentice

Not exactly sure when paper bags became “sterile containers”, but, hey, I’m not a medical professional. Apparently, there is big money in this practice, though. And University of Washington’s labs are the biggest repository for fetal tissue and organs with taxpayer funding through The National Institutes of Health. Sure, this should raise the confidence meter a bit, shouldn’t it?

The University of Washington, tucked right into the progressive cesspool that we know of as Seattle, has been known for some strangely outlandish ideas in the recent past. Remember their list of “problematic everyday words“?

Words like “grandfather”, “ninja”, “housekeeping”, and, of course, preferred pronouns even, were listed (among many others) as “problematic” in their IT Inclusive Language Guide. Why? Because, as they said in the guide, “words matter”. Really? But lives of innocent, unborn children do not? So much that they are relegated to being shoved into paper bags and crammed into a freezer? Meat from the supermarket gets better treatment and dignity than these lives. Harry the Husky’s mascot costume probably gets better treatment than these innocent children.

We are witnessing the same injustice facilitated by universities like UW and UCSF, yet no one is taking action because they care more about their political fight to preseve the practice of abortion, than they do the lives of born alive infants.”-PAAU

So, the grim question remains….how many of these children were actually born alive? Perhaps Dr. Kermit Gosnell or Dr. Ralph Northam would want to answer and give us some percentages. As the University of Washington preaches that “words matter” from their institution, they are saying the exact opposite when it comes to human lives. As they utter that “words matter”, a mother mourns a dead chid. An infertile couple longs to have a child of their own and is willing to adopt. A pregnant women is in a hospital bed with severe complications fighting for her life and the life of her unborn child-praying to God through tears to save her baby first. I was this woman with these life or death complications-hanging on the edge of what could have been a tragic outcome for myself and our son.

This is not about me but about our children. Our three-pound preemie boy is now a 16 year-old young man who wants to be a doctor. We live in Washington and in all honestly, attending a medical school that places humans in freezers and stores them in paper bags is not the standard I would hope the medical community will uphold. It is both mind-blowing and heartbreaking to see these practices in play and the clear disregard for human life at The University of Washington. Let’s pray for the souls lost and that dignity for the unborn is restored. Let’s pray for better days. After seeing this, I am not sure if we can go any lower than we have.

Photo Credit: Joe Mabel/FlickR/Creative Commons/Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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