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Biden’s Wicked Agenda To Gutter Away . . . What Does The New President Think Of “Humanized Mouse Models”?

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By DEXTER DUGGAN

The day before pro-abortionist Joe Biden with his guttering immoral agenda was inaugurated as president, the Federalist website coincidentally carried an article recalling that it had been 10 years since late-term Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s “House of Horrors” was exposed in a grand jury report.
The January 19, 2011, report may seem like only yesterday — remember the shock about Gosnell cutting surviving babies’ spinal cords? — but it truly was a full decade ago. That’s two-and-a-half terms of a four-year presidency, so Biden and his evils will be gone before you know it, but he’ll try to inflict maximum damage when he can while trying to duck blame, the coward.
Biden has promised dark days for America under his administration in the gutter, and he means that for people’s souls as well as a crippled spirit of optimism.
During the presidential campaign Biden assured pro-abortionists that he fully was on board with them — permissive abortion throughout pregnancy and taxpayer funding for it within and beyond the U.S. — but Biden’s dominant-media cheerleaders played down the issue for voters likely to be repelled by this degeneracy.
Still, during a news briefing on Biden’s January 20 inauguration day, new press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about Biden’s support for abortion funding. Townhall writer Beth Baumann said Psaki “was clearly stumped” and deferred comment until “the coming days.”
A video showed Psaki shifting the focus to claiming that Biden “is a devout Catholic and somebody who attends church regularly. . . . But I don’t have anything more for you.”
Was Psaki so unfamiliar with this key stance for Biden? Or was word out within the administration that the cognitively impaired pretender to the presidency already was scuttling backward on an issue that might leave him spluttering in public?
Obviously Psaki had been handed Biden’s repellent talking point that no matter how much he defies fundamental Catholic requirements, he’s somehow still very devout.
Meanwhile, the January 19 Federalist article by Dan Bartkowiak said that Gosnell got away with operating his “baby charnel house” for decades because officials including those in government simply turned a blind eye to it.
“The discovery of his case has largely not led to desperately needed changes,” wrote Bartkowiak, communications director for the Pennsylvania Family Institute, who added that the failure is largely due to Pennsylvania Democrats.
However, he added, citing language about Gosnell 10 years ago in the grand jury report, such “disdain for the lives and health of mothers and infants” is present elsewhere today in Pennsylvania, even “at one of the state’s top universities.”
The University of Pittsburgh, he wrote, published research in 2020 that included grafting the scalps of aborted babies at 18 to 20 weeks of pregnancy onto rats — what was called “humanized mouse models.” The research also used parts of the aborted bodies that included livers and spleens, he wrote.
In 2015, you may recall, dominant pro-abortion media exploded in anger when the California-based Center for Medical Progress (CMP) factually reported on how abortionists sold baby parts for research. The wretched, lying New York Times retched and denounced the facts, not the abortionists.
One California pro-abortion Democrat government official who hounded the CMP was none other than 2021’s new Vice President Kamala Harris.
When Harris had departed her role as state attorney general to become a U.S. senator, she was succeeded by pro-abortion Democrat Xavier Becerra, another foe of the CMP, whom Biden nominated to head the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Biden called him Bacaria.
The Federalist article had a link to the Pittsburgh research, which labeled some photos, “Development of humanized mouse and rat models with full-thickness human skin and autologous immune cells.” Directly below was the label, “Human Skin Appendage-Hair.” Photos showed the growing hair from the dead babies’ scalps amid the rats’ fur.
Photos of long, dark hair amid the white rat fur might make a person think of little kids who had jumped into a deep snow bank, and just the tops of their heads still stuck out. Except there were no heads, just the living scalps.
This is the same kind of “science” that had plunged captive people into freezing water or air temperatures to measure the effects. It was done by the Nazis. Just searching for “knowledge,” you know. Their Dr. Josef Mengele, the “Angel of Death,” was a man of such science. After he fled from Europe following World War II, Nazi Mengele did abortions in Argentina. Probably too dumb to profit off the scalps.
Selling hordes of body parts from slain infants for research is one of the consequences of the wild lawlessness of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe and Doe decisions in January 1973 that invented the previously unknown right to national permissive abortion.
If the preborn babies were only junk, as far as the law was concerned, what value did they have? Except when being sold whole or in pieces, in which case they could become very valuable.
Over the years, the blinded Democrat Party came to bind itself tightly to Roe and Doe, so that by the early twenty-first century very permissive abortion necessarily was very good to it, and attempting to limit it was an attack on the party itself. That some voters would dissent from this pro-abortion extremism was a cause for resentment by prominent pro-abortionists like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The Washington Examiner posted on January 19 that Pelosi recently expressed her view to Hillary Clinton that people opposed to abortion who supported Donald Trump against being impeached “were willing to sell the whole democracy down the river for that one issue.”
So to the very bad Catholic Pelosi, permissive abortion, which she ardently supports, is just one issue for some people? But think of this: How do you think Pelosi would react if you went to her and said, “Madam Speaker, because abortion is just one issue, as you say, I promise always to vote for the Democratic ticket if your platform simply stops supporting abortion”?
Of course Pelosi would lose her mind over your crazy assault against the basic necessity of “reproductive rights,” which always must be defended with the greatest vigor.
Long ago having sold her conscience so she could promote massive abortion while, like Biden, claiming to be a good Catholic, Pelosi manages to tell herself that crushing babies, dismembering babies, harvesting babies’ organs is just one issue that mustn’t be allowed to “threaten democracy.” Until you ask if this is only “just one issue” for Dems, too.
That’s a problem the wobbly Biden administration faces as it takes the helm after committing massive vote fraud to take the presidency from overwhelming victor Donald Trump. How is a clearly unwell Biden going to energize an administration whose core ideals defy most people’s, even as dominant media do their best to advance his agenda?
The Biden crowd knows that much of the population realizes huge fraud occurred but establishment judges and media had no interest in seeking justice for Trump because he didn’t belong to their club.
However, that’s why the well-known Trump was elected president in the first place in 2016 without holding any other political office. He fought the bipartisan establishment that was draining many Americans’ lives while rewarding the elite.
Trump’s many successes in office earned him huge, adoring crowds that no other U.S. politician in 2020 could match. What a laugh to think that Mitch McConnell or Pelosi or those other swamp-dwellers had such public appeal. Or that easily confused Biden easily could beat Trump for the White House.
Yet Pelosi and her fellow Democrat fanatics impeached Trump not once but twice since December 2019, and even though he’s out of office now, they plan for an unconstitutional Senate trial that they hope could forbid him ever from running for office again.
You almost might think crafty Trump himself slipped this idea to Pelosi’s crew with an anonymous note, but how crazy of them to buy it. While Trump tries to neuter the callous elite, the elite willingly cooperate with him by bringing public anger onto their heads with a never-ending jihad against the most publicly popular major-party figure in the nation.

A Big Smile

When Trump arrived in Florida on January 20 to take up his new life, he had a big smile for the cheering crowds along the roadside, apparently always ready for new challenges, including a possible return to the White House.
Just let those little peacocks strut around in the Senate to claim that Trump has no moral authority while they’re so full of — well, no doubt full of something.
Mitch McConnell had opposed Trump for president although accommodated himself as he had to when Trump won. But rather than fight to keep his own party’s incumbent in the Oval Office while Trump’s attempts to challenge the vote fraud proceeded in 2020, McConnell was happy to kick him away while embracing Biden’s upcoming administration of evil.
A classic swamp politician, Biden already held office in D.C. for nearly a half-century without solving anything. That apparently was fine with McConnell.
Certainly human beings always will have problems, and some of those problems will need politicians’ assistance. But Trump sought office to lighten people’s burdens, not maintain or increase them. Just the opposite of the way career politician Biden plans to load on his regulatory encumbrances.
A video showed a tired-looking and -sounding Biden in the Oval Office on January 20 apparently reading from a note, with a thick stack of executive orders next to him. He had said he’d be signing 17 executive orders, and had a tray with about 12 pens in front of him, as one expects to see at bill signings.
But he only got as far as using one pen and signing the third order, to force the U.S. back into the dangerous Paris Climate Accord, when reporters quickly were urged to get out of his office. The New York Post reported on January 20, “A tired-sounding Biden, 78, signed three orders in front of reporters in the Oval Office. His press secretary Jen Psaki later told reporters at an evening briefing that Biden signed another 12 orders” later that day.
This is the guy who’ll run the most powerful nation in the world? It won’t be when he’s finished goofing with it.
A lobby group for the sexually disoriented said Biden also bowed to them. The Post reported: “A press release from the Human Rights Campaign advocacy group said Biden also signed a ‘wide-ranging executive order concerning sexual orientation and gender identity’ that prohibits discrimination.”
It remained to be seen how that order would be able to affect traditional religious believers.

Unborn Lives Matter

While many of Trump’s supporters may be upset at viewing Biden make such a spectacle, time will pass quickly. Older folks may recall Ronald Reagan conceding when he lost the GOP presidential nomination to the establishment’s incumbent Gerald Ford in 1976. Another chance wouldn’t occur until far off, in the 1980 election, and the establishment would fight Reagan again.
But how fast those four years passed, and how Reagan romped to victory twice.
Since then, of course, it had been one establishment president after another, from both major parties, but Trump showed this bipartisan dominance could be whipped. If they think they can hold him down after the 2020 fraud, they better rethink. And consider all the newly inspired people around the nation who not only can vote but also run for office.
An example of that would be the new lieutenant governor of North Carolina, Mark Robinson, a black Republican pro-lifer who was born into a poor family of 10 children and later saw his job sent out of the U.S.
Robinson sent out a tweet about current Washington hypocrisies that would have given Trump a smile. “Americans take notice,” Robinson said. “The same people who would not use troops to protect your city or build a wall to protect your nation are now using both to protect themselves.”
Leaping to public attention after he gave a strong presentation in favor of the Second Amendment to the Greensboro, N.C., City Council in 2018, Robinson suddenly saw new possibilities and successfully ran for lieutenant governor in November 2020, becoming the first black to win that post in the state.
At a January 16 North Carolina Right to Life rally, Robinson reportedly compared the pro-life issue now with the anti-slavery movement, commenting, “We cannot say that we believe in equality; we cannot say that black lives matter, or all lives matter, or blue lives matter until we say that unborn lives matter.”
Columnist Salena Zito said Robinson said: “Our message was simple: We’re 100 percent pro-life; we stand up for our Second Amendment, our God-given right to self-defense, school choice, caring for our veterans and standing up for law enforcement and law and order.”
A direct message, and just the opposite of that of the old white man newly in the Oval Office. Biden, 78, is the past. Robinson, 52, is the future.

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