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More evidence of the abortion’s industries abhorrent practices to profit from abortion has recently been discovered.

It’s very real, and your tax dollars are funding it.

Planned Parenthood – which receives hundreds of millions in taxpayer funding – has been referred for federal investigation after shocking videos exposed it was selling aborted babies’ body parts.

Now the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are reportedly buying aborted babies’ body parts. These bureaucratic agencies have actually commissioned the harvesting of aborted babies’ organs to create human immune systems in mice.

That’s right – the FDA and NIH have been sponsoring horror – paying the abortion industry to kill even more babies in order to use them for experimentation.

It’s the most disgusting misuse of our taxpayer dollars we’ve ever seen.

For the last several years we’ve been directly engaged in defending a board member of the investigative group that first exposed this gruesome practice. We’re in court against Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry. Now we’re preparing legal action about this vile use of our tax dollars.

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