A list is circulating among Catholics

(LifeSiteNews) —

In recent weeks, we’ve seen a list circulating among Catholics; a list of medical products that are supposedly tainted by the evil of abortion.
Is it true that ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine are abortion-tainted just like COVID jabs?

As you all know, LifeSiteNews has taken a very clear stance on the use of abortion-tainted vaccines, that is, those shots which have used aborted fetal cells in their production and or testing

This position has been going on for years and we have continued it even more recently concerning the abortion-tainted COVID so-called “vaccines.” We have also been reporting on the use of ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19 and for complications arising from the vaccines.

But in recent weeks, we’ve seen a list circulating among Catholics; a list of medical products that are supposedly tainted by the evil of abortion, just like these COVID vaccines — specifically by the fetal cell line HEK-293, which was derived from an abortion in 1973. 

This list includes various everyday medicines, and also COVID treatments such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. 

Let’s leave aside, for now, the moral debate over abortion-tainted vaccines.  

Let’s leave aside myocarditis, spike proteins, mRNA, increased car crashes, blood clots, strokes, and all the other health issues associated with these rushed so-called vaccines and gene therapies which have led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of vaccine recipients.

Let’s leave aside the Great Reset, vaccine passports, and all this stuff. 

Let’s just focus on this one claim, that ivermectin and various everyday medicines make use of aborted fetal cells in the same way as the COVID shots.  

It is obvious what the compilers of this list are trying to do: “You accept these medicines,” they say to us and others. “And yet you are making a fuss about the vaccines. You are hypocrites.” 

Well, let’s take a look at the evidence presented in this list, for these claims.  

14 Comments on A list is circulating among Catholics

  1. Wasn’t there a rumor started against the English in India who were using the Muzzies as soldiers that pig fat was used as lube on the bullets to prevent them from fighting or handling ammunition.

    How can we stop people from treating themselves or helping themselves by self medicating?
    Just spit balling here…
    Maybe not large numbers of people, but some would be adamant about refusing on the grounds of abortion tainted.

  2. Article reminds me of another false parallel.

    Don Lemon: “The people talking about, ‘I don’t know what’s in the shot’ … You know what they get shots in nowadays? In their rear ends, they’re getting shots to make it bigger. They’re getting shots in their face. They don’t know what’s in Botox,”
    .. The food you eat ..

    We’re supposed to throw caution to the wind and start ingesting things BECAUSE we have no idea what’s in them. Pretty twisted logic. That’s CNN reporting, from the worst journalist of the year, Don Lemon, the worst journalist of the year.

  3. I combed through the links of the Life Site article but could not come up with the list (“circulating among Catholics”) on which the writer bases his article and argument on. Did I miss it?

    Not saying that the list doesn’t exist, but if one is going to attack the so-called evidence of their subject, wouldn’t it be just as bad to not produce the evidence supporting one’s own argument?

  4. This is a Saul Alinsky rule for radicals: Make your opponent live up to their own standards.

    It’s why our politicians have to resign in disgrace when adultery is discovered but theirs don’t. But somehow it doesn’t have any effect when the environmentalists are found to be heating and cooling numerous enormous mansions and traveling to and from them in private jets.

  5. This is why medical and religious exemptions bother me. Do the infirm and devout who apply for these exemptions think it’s okay to force an experimental drug on healthy athiests?

    The issue is the mandate policy. I want everyone to have the right to decline the shot for any reason, not just those who qualify for a made up exception to an arbitrary policy.

  6. It’s a difficult thing to navigate through the clutter of life and we won’t be able to figure it all out. So we do what we can and trust God knows our hearts even when we do things through ignorance. He knows when we love Him and trust His Grace and depend upon His mercy.

  7. Didn’t see any list there either.

    Stop and think for a second. There’s a narrative being forced here, and lack of reading comprehension furthers it.
    “n various stages of vaccine development and manufacturing,someof the COVID-19 vaccines usedcells originally isolated from fetal tissue (often referred to as fetal cells), some of which were originally derived from an aborted fetus.”
    That plainly states the vaccines were created through the use of aborted fetal cells.
    From the above article: “… This academic was researching the effects of aspirin and ibuprofen on two types of cells: cervical cancer cells and HEK-293 fetal cells.”
    That is plainly stated to be testing for effectiveness, and that effectiveness being upon fetal cells. It does not state, nor claim that aborted fetal cells were employed in the creation of the tested products.
    That is quite a big difference.
    I’ll stop at that obvious clarification, s this isn’t th proper forum for much more.
    oh, and yeah- fjb, Let’s go Brandon and
    Trump really did win

  8. @billyhall — Yup, that’s what I got out of the article, too. But it’s strange that the writer didn’t include whatever list he based his article on. Maybe he was getting out in front of something he figured would eventually become an issue. IDK.

  9. Looks like somebody lazily googled “HEK-293 drugs” to create a narrative. As Little Morphin’ Annie said, it’s pure Alinsky, with a dose of Whataboutism. Childish dishonesty, but it will fool some of the people all the time.


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