If a future vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) contains any type of aborted human fetal tissue or associated derivatives, then Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, has indicated that he “will refuse” it no matter what.
The Roman Catholic leader explained in a tweet that, even with the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), some people are “still debating the use of aborted fetal tissue for medical research.” He went on to state “on record” that “if a vaccine for this virus is only attainable if we use body parts of aborted children then I will refuse the vaccine.”
“I will not kill children to live,” he further wrote.
The pro-life group “Children of God for Life,” which back in 2016 blew the lid on major corporations like Pepsi and Coca-Cola that use aborted human babies in their chemical flavoring research, has now learned that several of the companies working on vaccines for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are also using aborted fetal cells as part of their research and development.
After learning of this, Debi Vinnedge, the group’s executive director, says that “her heart sank.” In a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine that’s being developed by a company known as Moderna, there’s an ingredient known as HEK 293, which Vinnedge learned comes from aborted fetal cells.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is also developing a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) using PER C6 Ad5 technology, which Vinnedge learned is “derived from an aborted baby’s retinal tissue.”
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So they’re trying to protect human lives by killing other human lives?
So, to recap, the vaccine industry, under the guise of saving lives, is actually extracting biological material from other murdered human lives to create a future jab for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which, for most people who contract it, appears to be mild or asymptomatic anyway. It’s insanity at its finest, if only more people were capable of connecting the dots.
Bishop Strickland has been outspoken on other things, too, including his refusal to sign a “Statement on Scarce Healthcare Resources” put forth by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops (TCCB) in the wake of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This document openly encouraged Governor Greg Abbott to waive all “regulations and statutes which could result in fines, civil liability, and even criminal charges for decisions related to the allocation of resources during this declared disaster,” meaning health care workers would be free to make life or death decisions on their own apart from Texas law.
While Strickland claimed that the statement came “from a laudable concern for the difficult challenges faced by health care professionals in respect to limited resources,” it utterly “fails to show a due regard for the importance of law and amounts to asking Governor Abbott to abandon the excellent laws he has helped put in place to protect the vulnerable.”
In other words, Strickland isn’t on the side of making pragmatic decisions that in any way threaten human life, whether that’s to manufacture vaccines for a pandemic or suspend the rule of law to supposedly help out health care workers. Life is life to him, and we commend his bravery in standing up for his beliefs and convictions.
“If we willfully take a life anywhere along this spectrum it is simply MURDER,” Strickland wrote on Twitter one day before the Statement on Scarce Healthcare Resources document was published.
“The elderly, impaired & infirm are now threatened as the unborn have been since 1973!”