Updated: Dec 21, 2021
One question about the ongoing BLT-L humanized mouse project in Saskatoon that keeps occurring to me is how do the researchers have a constant supply of the “fresh and never frozen” aborted baby organs necessary to fill their contract for BLT-L mice?
From what NIH researcher and BLT mouse expert Kerry Lavender said in her podcast last August, 2020, the BLT-L mice engrafted with human fetal lung patches and fetal liver and thymus are in great demand by COVID-19 researchers from all around the world, and she is making hundreds of them. In the first five months between April and August, she had made four batches of mice. The first two batches were not usable because the lung patches were not the right size, so she had two batches of mice, 150 in total, available, and she said 150 wouldn’t go very far, and there were so many researchers who wanted them that they had to be very choosy about who would get them.
If they can make 300 mice in 5 months, that means they make approximately 60/month. At that rate, from August, 2020, till now, December 2021, the number of mice they have made would be 1260 mice. I believe, from what I can tell by the size of a typical 17-20 week-old and the measurements of fetal samples given in the 2019 study in which the BLT-L mouse was made, the ratio of mice/baby is two mice to one baby, so that would mean at least 630 babies have been sacrificed for this project so far. That’s about one baby/day, from what I can tell.
There would have to be a very efficient aborted baby organ trafficking network in place to maintain a constant supply of 30 babies/month. And, lo and behold, a Google search of the city of Saskatoon reveals that there are 17 abortion mills in Saskatoon, not counting hospitals.
To understand what an excessively large number of abortion clinics that is, consider that Saskatoon has a population of 300,000, and Manhattan, NY, which has been called “the abortion capital of the world, has a population of 1.6 million people and yet, a Google maps search reveals that there are 9 abortion clinics in Manhattan, not counting hospitals.
On December, 30, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives Select Investigative Panel of the Energy & Commerce Committee issued a Final Report on their investigation of the Center for Medical Progress’ undercover videos of Planned Parenthood’s aborted baby organ trafficking. In their report was a section investigating nine university campuses where extensive university/abortion clinic trafficking networks existed.
Their summary from p. 234 of the Report:
So, it is certainly within the realm of possibility that the university/clinic network described above may be in operation at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. One unique feature of the Province of Saskatchewan is that a doctor’s visit is required before a woman can obtain an abortion. This is the only province in Canada where this is the case, and one may surmise whether this has been instituted in order to delay abortions so the fetus will be at the optimal gestational age of 17-20 weeks which is the standard description of fetal organs used in BLT mice experiments that I have seen in my research.
At any rate, the question of how Kerry Lavender obtains the fetal organs necessary for the ongoing production of BLT-L mice is one that deserves further inquiry.