What the FAUCI?!?!

A Journey Through Dr. Fauci’s Horrific History of Research Using Aborted Babies

By: Melissa K

June 10, 2021

(6 minute read)

Overlord Fauci is once again under scrutiny for giving $400,000 to the University of Pittsburgh for research to make “humanized mice” with the scalps, lymph nodes, and immune cells of aborted babies (Osbourne, 2021). Per usual, this was funded by your taxpayer dollars. I wonder how many pro-life advocates are aware of how often our taxpayers dollars are spent on research/vaccine developments using aborted babies’ parts, tissue, and cells. I guess for these monsters, using the word “fetus” sounds better, but let’s be honest, these are precious human babies.

This research is SO PUTRID it should make any human with a heart and conscience infuriated and sick. Why on God’s great earth would we EVER need to use the scalps of aborted babies to make humanized mice?! The full article by Agarwal et al., 2020, published in Scientific Reports can be read here.

Agarwal & friends define the problem urging the case for the study as:

        “The human skin provides the first line of host protection against environmental injury and host defense against        pathogens. Several emerging pathogens, including community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA), target the skin for infection and disease.” 

According to the researchers:

         “Successful co-engraftment of human skin, autologous lymphoid tissues, and autologous immune cells in a rodent model has not yet been achieved, though it could provide a means of studying the human immune response to infection in the human skin.” 

And, it gets better… 

           “Vector-borne infectious diseases such as Lyme disease and dengue fever are transmitted via inoculation into the skin by ticks and mosquitos, respectivelyThus, the skin provides an ideal vaccination target for inducing immunity against various pathogens, as reflected by the development of several novel vaccine technologies directed at the skin, including skin-patch intradermal vaccines.” 

Hold the phone, would it be far-fetched to possibly consider this gain of function (GoF) research, just as was conducted in the Wuhan Lab? Back in May, I wrote a piece on Fauci, the Wuhan Lab, and GoF research, where I covered how GoF research was conducted on bat coronaviruses to make them transmissible to humans.  

GoF research is: 

           “the euphemism for biological research aimed at increasing the virulence and lethality of pathogens and viruses. GoF research is government funded; its focus is on enhancing the pathogens’ ability to infect different species and to increase their deadly impact as airborne pathogens and viruses” (Ulrich, 2021; What is Gain-of-Function Research & Who is at High Risk?, 2020).

Of interest are the footnotes for this study’s references, which point to a study by Reynolds et al., (2017), discussing how arthropod-borne viruses (arboviruses) have continued to emerge and pose a significant health threat to millions of people worldwide. 

Sounds like an eerily similar narrative. Even more frightening is the way the article talks about how animal models for arboviruses are applicable:

            “valuable experimental tools that can shed light on the pathophysiology of infection and will enable the evaluation of future treatments and vaccine candidates. Ideally an animal model will closely mimic the disease manifestations observed in humans.” 

Further, Reynolds and the team of saviors go on to say:  

          “In this review, we outline the currently available animal models for several viruses vectored by mosquitoes, ticks, and midges, for which there are no standardly available vaccines or therapeutics.

Is it me or is my case for gain-of-function research closed?! Let’s find some diseases that aren’t impacting humans, make them transmissible to humans, and get those precious dollars for our novel vaccines we have on the docket?!?!

The hope for the researchers is to have their hypothesis that the mice will support co-engraftment of human full-thickness fetal skin, autologous fetal lymphoid tissues, and autologous hematopoietic stem cellssupported, and to facilitate human skin and lymphoid tissue development, as well as enable systemic human immune cell reconstitution in transplanted human tissues and the blood(Reynolds et al., 2017).

In other words, they hope the mice will become one with their new unborn baby parts and thrive!

Well, these sickos made some progress as their overall success for development and maintenance of the aborted baby parts for ten weeks or greater was over 75% (Reynolds et al., 2017).

You can see the image of the new “humanized mice ” below with the scalp, organs (spleen, liver, thymus), lymphoid tissue, stem cells, and blood-filled human tissue all from aborted babies. I think a better term for these creatures would be “inhumane”-ized mice.”

(Reynolds et al., 2017)

It appears as if these monsters may be solidifying our next bioweapon to get rich off their vaccines and per usual using our precious unborn babies to accomplish such tasks? 

Unfortunately, using aborted babies for research is nothing new. Aborted babies have been used in research since as early as the 1930’s. Reagan stopped federal funding of this research in 1988, but in 1993, Congress passed the National Institutes of Health Revitalization Act, which allowed good ol’ Billy Boy Clinton to formalize the lifting of Reagan’s ban, and allocated massive funding to the NIH for such experimentation with our precious unborn. 

You can review an excerpt from WebMD’s FAQ on Fetal Research by Rubin (2015) below:

Q: How do scientists obtain fetal tissue?

A: According to federal law, a woman must give written consent to donate fetal tissue, and only after she has requested an abortion. Paying for anything beyond “reasonable” costs related to obtaining fetal tissue is illegal. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) coordinates a network of six fetal brain and tissue repositories across the country. The NIH brain bank supplies tissue to qualified researchers who apply for it.

Q: Why do scientists use it in research?

A: Fetal tissue is being used to develop and test vaccines and treatments for HIV/AIDS, the flu, dengue fever, and hepatitis B and C. to understand a variety of diseases and health conditions, including vision problems, Parkinson’s disease, and miscarriage.

(Yes folks, you read that last sentence correctly, it takes an aborted baby to understand miscarriage)

Click here to learn more about why you need a religious exemption from vaccines and that the CDC admitted using aborted baby parts in vaccines (Connecticut General Assembly, 2020)

We will delve more into the business racket of the abortion industry later but you can now conclude that Fauci and his team are obtaining and using aborted baby parts for vaccines, GoF research, and experimentation. 

All I have left to say is, WHAT THE FAUCI?!?!


Agarwal, Y., Beatty, C., Ho, S., Thurlow, L., Das, A., Kelly, S., Castronova, I., Salunke, R., Biradar, S., Yeshi, T., Richardson, A.,    & Bility, M. (2020). Development of humanized mouse and rat models with full-thickness human skin and autologous immune cells. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 14598. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-71548-z 

CDC/NCIRD. (2015). Appendix B-Pink Book – Vaccines. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/downloads/appendices/B/excipient-table-2.pdf 

Connecticut General Assembly. (2020). Connecticut General Assembly. https://www.cga.ct.gov/searchresults.asp?cx=005177121039084408563%3Ahs1zq3ague8&ie=UTF-8&cof=FORID%3A10&q=cdc+vaccines+aborted+babies&submission=%EF%80%82 

‌‌Osbourne, M. (2021, May 7). U-Pittsburgh Uses Taxpayer-Funded Aborted Babies For Medical Research. The Federalist. https://thefederalist.com/2021/05/07/university-of-pittsburgh-uses-taxpayer-funded-aborted-babies-for-medical-research/ 

Reynolds, E. S., Hart, C. E., Hermance, M. E., Brining, D. L., & Thangamani, S. (2017). An Overview of Animal Models for Arthropod-Borne Viruses. Comparative Medicine, 67(3), 232–241. https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/aalas/cm/2017/00000067/00000003/art00006 

Rubin, R. (2015, September 25). Fetal Tissue Research: FAQ. WebMD. https://www.webmd.com/brain/news/20150929/fetal-tissue-research 

What is Gain-of-Function Research & Who is at High Risk? (2020, May 19). Alliance for Human Research Protection. https://ahrp.org/what-is-gain-of-function-research-who-is-at-high-risk/ 

‌Ulrich, M. (2021, May 27). Covid-19, Coincidence or Corruption? Fauci, NIH, and the Wuhan Lab, you determine the case…. SPEAK TRUTH without FEAR. https://www.speaktruthwithoutfear.com/covid-19-coincidence-or-corruption-fauci-nih-and-the-wuhan-lab-you-determine-the-case/