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Are Fetal Cells Used to Make Vaccines?

 

Paul A. Offit, MD, discusses the use of fetal cells to make vaccines and the Catholic Church’s interpretation of the use of vaccines made in this manner.

 

https://www.chop.edu/centers-programs/vaccine-education-center/video/are-fetal-cells-used-make-vaccines

 

2 minute video with transcript, also available on YouTube. 

 

... "But the answer to the question, "Is there a residual or very small, small, small quantities of trace DNA from those original abortions in the vaccines that I just mentioned?" The answer is yes" ...

 

I don't know why all of this is not common knowledge, when there is so much information available. 

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On 7/6/2022 at 12:02 AM, Observations said:

I don't know why all of this is not common knowledge, when there is so much information available. 


I assume this website is fairly aware of this sort of thing going on in medicine, food, drink etc?

Either way, good for people to understand more about.

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Vaccines are one of these topics designed to divide harshly, and paint a target on the backs of those whom oppose them. It's mind control par excellence; anyone who doesn't have one is a "selfish, bad person" who is a danger to those around them, hence why so-called Christians, Jews, Jehovah's witnesses and even some so-called Vegans abandon their principles by having this Convid vaccine - because even being a hypocrite is better than being thought of as "bad". Human beings have an in-built need to see themselves as "good". There's dark and light in all of us.

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