Since reports of serious blood clots began circulating following Covid-19 vaccines, a growing number of people have expressed concern over receiving blood transfusions from those who have received Covid-19 shots.

Earlier this month, Will Savage-Reeves, a 4-month-old boy in New Zealand, was in need of heart surgery to repair pulmonary valve stenosis. His parents Samantha and Cole requested that the hospital use blood from donors who have not received a Covid vaccine. While this request very well could have been granted by the hospital, it was refused to make an example out of them and show the public that they will not allow patients to make special requests regarding the vaccination status of their blood donor.

The case of baby Will was heard in front of a New Zealand court, where the hospital insisted this was a necessary precedent to set because maintaining a large donor pool allows a greater chance to obtain the highest quality blood match available.

This case resulted in a win for the hospital, whose doctors were given guardianship of the child to perform the transfusion with vaccinated blood.

Steve Kirsch, the executive director of the Vaccine Safety Foundation, explained the hospital’s reasoning for making an example out of Will’s case, saying,

“If they agree to use unvaccinated blood, it could be interpreted as an admission that vaccinated blood is not safe and could lead to everyone requesting unvaccinated blood which would then create severe blood shortages for a dubious benefit.”

American cardiologist Peter McCullough suggested to Kirsch that if there were a significant risk to blood transfusions from vaccinated donors, it would have been noticed by now.

The media has also dismissed the fears of Will’s parents as nonsense, chalking it up to a conspiracy theory. Liberal media outlet The New York Times reported that the family had “flawed scientific arguments” stemming from “misinformation and conspiracy narratives.”

While the die-hard Covid vaccine supporters slap a “conspiracy” label on the case and move on, there has been concern expressed within the medical community about the blood clots being discovered in deceased vaccinated people, as well as those who have been transfused with blood from a vaccinated donor.

Richard Hirschman, a board-certified embalmer, has reported finding “strange clots” in the bodies he has worked on since the Covid-19 shots started to be distributed.

“When I do the embalming, I have to go into the vein,” said Hirschman. “And in order for the embalming process, I have to allow blood to be drained. So I actually pulled this huge, long clot – fibrous looking clot – out prior to an embalming.”

Hirschman elaborated on the odd qualities of the clot he found, saying,

“Typically, a blood clot is smooth- it’s blood that has coagulated together. But when you squeeze it, or touch it or try to pick it up, it generally falls apart … you can almost squeeze it between your fingers and get it back to blood again. But this white fibrous stuff is pretty strong. It’s not weak at all. You can manipulate it, it’s very pliable. It’s not hard … it is not normal. I don’t know how anybody can live with something like this inside of them.”

One pathologist, Dr. Ryan Cole, compared the use of “vaccinated blood” with HIV-tainted blood used for transfusions in the 1980s.

“We don’t know,” Cole said. “Nobody knows. I have clots from unvaccinated deceased that were transfused and formed large clots post-transfusion and died. No blood bank is checking.”

“This is akin to blood banks and hemophiliacs and HIV in the 1980s,” said Cole, adding, “It is criminal negligence to not assure the safety of the blood supply based on bureaucratic declarations without scientific explorations.”

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