The NIH IS GIVING YOU THE FINGER.
When NIH-funded white coats implant fingers and femurs from aborted human fetuses into young mice and keep their spending a secret, we call that a gross, gross misuse of taxpayer dollars.
In this case, the taxpayer dollars were provided to Stanford University by the NIH.
How many taxpayer dollars, you ask? We can’t tell you because, as first reported by Fox News, we just exposed how Stanford’s animal experimenters failed to disclose the amount of taxpayer dollars they wasted on these disgusting finger transplantation experiments—even though federal law says they have to.
— EWTN Pro-Life Weekly (@EWTNProLife) May 3, 2021
Oh but wait, it gets worse. A LOT worse.
The White Coat Waste Project (WCW) claims that Stanford used fingers from aborted babies and other tissue to regenerate human cartilage on mice. https://t.co/IqqPdmgxBv
— Live Action News (@LiveActionNews) April 28, 2021
Not only did Stanford not face any consequences for breaking the law, the NIH went and funded a SECOND experiment, involving snipping fingers off human fetuses and transplanting them onto mice.
Did Stanford follow federal spending disclosures this time, perhaps?
BREAKING: Stanford University Scientists Caught Using Aborted Babies’ Fingers in Tax-Funded Experimentshttps://t.co/HdH9LxHpI0
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) April 21, 2021
The fingers this time, again, came from 18-week-old human fetuses. They were implanted into 5-day-old mice. Four weeks after implantation, the taxpayer-funded white coats broke the fingers and left them, fractured, on the baby mice for another two weeks.
So we’ve filed a federal complaint about it.
For Pete’s sake, don’t you think rogue labs should face consequences when they break federal spending disclosure laws??
Especially when they do it over and over?
They like fingers so much? Well we’ve got one we’d like to point their way for all this secretive, taxpayer-funded cruelty.
You probably don’t have to work too hard to guess which one it is.
As WCW recently exposed, 90 percent of taxpayer-funded human fetal tissue experiments involve animal testing, and a majority of both Democrat and Republican voters want that to stop.
Now more than ever, there needs to be more transparency and accountability in government spending.
The COST Act does just that.
— Rep. Ralph Norman (@RepRalphNorman) May 7, 2021
Stanford’s mouse experiments are exactly why we are working with lawmakers to pass the COST Act, which would put a public price tag on all taxpayer-funded animal experiments, and defund rogue labs that don’t comply.
“Federal agencies shouldn’t be wasting millions of our taxpayer dollars for grotesque, violent and unnecessary human fetal tissue experiments on animals.” –@Terrisalin, @demsforlifehttps://t.co/9ZxOPmthEA
— March for Life (@March_for_Life) April 22, 2021
Taxpayers have the right to know who’s paying the bills… and who’s cashing the checks.