BREAKING: Students For Life Sends Federal Petition Demanding Dr. Anthony Fauci's Removal From Office For Medical Rights Violations

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Students for Life of America (SFLA) and other pro-life groups have recently banded together to demand that Dr. Anthony Fauci be removed from office in the wake of his Department's involvement in the aborted child experiment scandal. In a statement, SFLA President Kristan Hawkins stated, "We rallied today at the National Institutes of Health to make the voices of the Pro-Life Generation heard loud and clear: We do not support the continued employment of Dr. Anthony Fauci amidst revelations that his office has been complicit in barbaric, inhuman research."

SFLA regional manager Stephanie Stone, Fairfax Students for Life leader Alyssa Thoburn, and Rehumanize International Executive Director Herb Geraghty were among those who spoke at the rally. While they spoke, rally participants  waved pink signs to depict "pink slips" for Dr. Fauci.

Following the rally, Students for Life and Students for Life Action met with Senator Mike Braun (R—IN), who, together with Senators Daines and Lankford, recently introduced legislation outlawing the creation of animal-human hybrid organisms.

Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins, along with SFLA present and past student leaders from the University of Pittsburgh, organized the rally in response to revelations in a new video from the Center for Medical Progress detailing research on child remains harvested from abortions at Planned Parenthood at taxpayer expense through funding from Dr. Anthony Fauci's NIAID office.

Elena Liguori, an alumna at the University of Pittsburgh, past SFL president and Wilberforce fellow, and current research student, remarked concerning the distressing arrangement scandal: "The University of Pittsburgh has the power and the resources to use medicine to help people in wonderful ways and does this often. However, medicine should never come at a cost of the most vulnerable, particurly the unborn. With rapid advances in the capabilities of medicine and science, we must be sure to ask ourselves not only what is possible but first and foremost what is right and ethical."

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