‘StemExpress, a company that we previously exposed for its involvement in trafficking aborted baby body parts along with Planned Parenthood, is back in the news – and the reason why is sure to disturb you.
According to reports, the company’s CEO admitted during a recent court hearing that StemExpress profits from the sale of fetal hearts and heads harvested from live human babies – meaning babies are being obtained by the biotech industry while they’re still alive, and murdered on-demand to provide “fresh” flesh for “medical research.”
During the hearing, Peter Breen from the Thomas More Society asked a question that was surely on everyone’s mind: Where, exactly, is StemExpress getting these fully intact human children? And it’s a question that demands an answer.
“If you have a fetus with an intact head and an intact body, and intact extremities, that is something that would indicate that child was born alive, and then had their organs cut out of them, or that that child was the victim of an illegal partial-birth abortion,” Breen reportedly told LifeSiteNews.
“Both of these are gruesome and violent acts,” he added…
What a disgusting, baby-murdering/genocidal nightmare this ‘exceptional’ piece of shit is. Right here is the ultimate proof that the Judaeo-Christian-Zionist-Islamic version of god doesn’t exist, for if IT did, and ITS ‘holy texts’ were based on even the slightest bit of truth, then this obnoxiously-hypocritical, mass-murdering “shithole” of all “Shitholes” would have been done away with long before it ever had the chance to exist:
US abortion doctor stashed over 2,000 ‘preserved’ fetal remains at his house
Published time: 14 Sep, 2019
Shocked relatives discovered that a deceased US abortion doctor kept thousands of fetal parts at his house. His license had been suspended for breaking procedural regulations.
Dr. Ulrich Klopfer stored 2,246 “medically preserved fetal remains” at his home in Will County, Illinois, the county sheriff’s office said on Friday. The physician passed away last week. His relatives were going through his belongings when they made the shocking discovery. They quickly notified the authorities about the fetus parts, which were then confiscated by police.
Klopfer ran three abortion clinics in Indiana – in Fort Wayne, Gary, and South Bend. The state’s medical licensing board suspended the doctor’s license indefinitely in 2016, after finding that he violated the law by failing to provide qualified personnel to monitor his patients during abortions. Klopfer was also fined $3,000 and required to undergo special training.
It is unclear why the doctor kept parts of fetuses at his home, but police say there is “no evidence” that he performed abortions there.