GEORGIA RIGHT TO LIFE PETITION: SAY NO to COVID-19 Vaccines From Aborted Babies

Are you aware that as part of the Trump administration’s goal to secure 300 million COVID vaccine doses as early as this fall, several of the vaccines being developed use aborted baby body parts? In fact, one of the vaccines received $1.2 billion in U.S. aid for development.


Georgia Right to Life has launched a petition to ask President Trump and the FDA to stand up for the sanctity of human life and support morally acceptable vaccines by approving only those COVID vaccines that are ethically developed.

Sign the petition to let President Trump and the FDA know that you will not endorse exploiting the brutal death of an innocent child to solve the pandemic! Read the full article with source references at the Georgia Right to Life website

We are also asking government officials for no more investment in vaccines that use aborted baby parts. There are other vaccines in the process of being developed that don’t rely on aborted baby parts. In fact, the Lozier Institute told GRTL that at least four proposed COVID vaccines don’t even use human cells. They create RNA or DNA material in a lab to produce a viral protein.

Clearly this is an issue that should concern everyone who values the sanctity of human life and wants to take a stand against using aborted dead children to find a vaccine.

Please SIGN this urgent petition today to promote the use of only ethically derived vaccines!

490 SIGNATURES
5,000 signatures

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or Text COVID to +14047386598 to sign

Signers:

Pro-Personhood Community Leaders
Dr. Paul Broun M.D., Physician, Towns County
Dr. Steve Brantley M.D., Radiologist, Marietta
Susan Brantley, Counselor, Marietta
Dr. Paul Payne M.D., OB/GYN Physician, Albany
Dan Becker, Founder-Personhood Alliance, Alpharetta
Theresa Wilcox, Clinic Manager, Evans
Jim Nelson, Pro-life Advocate, Marietta
Susan Potter, Claims Adjustor, Cumming
Noelle Kahaian, Director, Protect Student Health 
Dr. Joe Morecraft, Pastor, Cumming
Renee Rector, Director, Dalton
Julie Thomas, McDonough
Lisa Babbage, Candidate CG-7, Suwanee
Philip Singleton, GA House of Rep., Sharpsburg
Kipper Tabb, Pastor Perimeter, Atlanta
Kim Fletter, Political Activist, NE GA
Michelle Wolven, Dallas
Amber Snipes, Exec. Dir., Seneca Choices for Life
Michael Wolven, Dallas
Kymberly Carter, Exec. Dir., Americus/Sumter
Kelsey Marshall, Pastor, Rochelle/Wilcox
Charles Greenewald, Insurance Agent, Flowery Branch

GRTL Local Chapter Leaders
Abigail Cochran, Northwest Georgia RTL, Dalton
Aileen Barrecca, Atlanta Chapter GRTL, Atlanta
Bob Stark, Cobb County RTL, Marietta
Brandi Collins, Okefenokee RTL, Waycross
Christine Braski, Houston County RTL, Warner Robins
Cindy Bartley, Albany RTL
Dan Segal, DeKalb County RTL, Atlanta
Duane Hack, West Georgia RTL, Carrollton
Elizabeth Greenewald, Hall County RTL
Erin Brown, Franklin County RTL, Royston
George Vozniak, Greater Augusta RTL, Grovetown
Hannah Nichols, Bartow County RTL, Cartersville
Jennifer Marks, Bibb-Jones County RTL, Macon
Joan Childs, Bibb-Jones County RTL, Gray
Rachel Lane, Chattahoochee Valley United for Life, Columbus
Lenoris Daniels, Wilcox County RTL, Rochelle
Marsha McCoy, Cobb County RTL, Acworth
Mike Morris, Athens Area RTL, Athens
Rosemary Risse, Athens Area RTL, Athens
Susan Hage, White County RTL, Cleveland
Terry Queen, Walton County RTL, Monroe
Wanda Freeman, Hall County RTL, Gainesville

To:
Stephen Hahn, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Donald Trump, President of the United States of America

Whereas, the development of a COVID vaccine in response to the current pandemic is now a national priority; and
Whereas, the U.S. Constitution establishes a government to ensure justice and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity; and
Whereas, the stripping of Personhood from pre-born children in the modern era renders them in law as merely a class of property to be used in medical research and therapeutics development; and
Whereas, such abuse of children is morally repugnant and entirely unnecessary since biomedical technology can derive effective vaccines from other sources; and
Whereas, the U.S. Government has already invested nearly $1.7 billion to develop vaccines derived from the body parts of a child killed by elective abortion; and
Whereas, alternative promising vaccine candidates that are ethically-sourced exist and are also undergoing clinical trials;

Therefore, we the undersigned implore President Trump to:

● Only promote, and invest further in, vaccines not produced using body parts of children killed by elective abortion.
● Halt any further investment in the development of vaccines that use body parts obtained by elective abortion.
● Ensure that the appropriate entities publicize the fact that there will be an ethically derived vaccine choice.

We also urge Commissioner Hahn to:

● Ensure that the Coronavirus Treatment Acceleration Program gives approval priority to vaccine candidates that are developed without the use of biomaterials derived from children killed by elective abortion.

Contact: For more information contact us at stateoffice@grtl.org or by telephone to (770) 339-6880.

Georgia Right to Life (GRTL) 
promotes respect and effective legal protection for all innocent life from lethal threats – from the earliest biological beginning through natural death. GRTL is one of many organizations that have adopted Personhood as the most effective strategy to ensure justice for all in the twenty-first century.