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HORRIFIC: Planned Parenthood and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease are  'humanizing' mice

Pat Gray Unleashed

What it will take to make people care about this

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On Monday's "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak discussed the controversy surrounding the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, a federally funded program on a mission to "humanize" mice in a horrific way.

In this clip, Pat cited a story published by WND on Sunday that detailed the process of procuring aborted baby fetuses — in some cases without the consent of the mother — in order to use them for experimentation that requires grafting aborted baby parts to lab mice.

Scientists use lab mice with intentionally compromised immune systems, and once the fetal tissue is attached, the mouse develops a "humanized" immune system ready for drug testing.

Clinics provide aborted fetal parts to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, which puts Planned Parenthood in the hot seat again, the practice of selling unborn baby body parts, sometimes without the consent of the mother.

Watch the full episode here.

Nothing new

Pat reminded his audience of an undercover video that was released in 2015 by James O'Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, that showed Planned Parenthood selling aborted baby parts.

Planned Parenthood denied the O'Keefe's findings, calling the released video "selectively" edited. The mainstream media sided with Planned Parenthood and dismissed O'Keefe's investigation entirely. Subsequently, the media rejected most of the investigations that O'Keefe released following the Planned Parenthood sting.

Click here to watch the undercover footage.

Pat pointed out the sad reality that O'Keefe got it right and yet here we are, the same story in the news and no one seems to care.

"I don't know what it will take to make people care about this," Pat said.

What else?

Fortunately, the Trump administration has halted the contract that allowed funding to be allocated for this specific study.

According to The Sun, "The Department of Health and Human Services cites "serious regulatory, moral, and ethical considerations" for the move.

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