Earlier this month (September 2022), the Red Cross admitted that it does not label blood products as originating from people vaccinated against COVID-19 or blood from unvaccinated people.
The reason they don’t separate or apparently distinguish the blood of people vaccinated and unvaccinated against COVID-19 is because they believe that “the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream and poses no safety risk to the recipient “.
As Becker News’ Kyle Becker recently pointed out, this Red Cross claim that the COVID-19 vaccine does not affect the bloodstream is contradicted by several published studies.
The social media response seems to dismiss legitimate concerns about Covid vaccines, while slightly exaggerating the claim that the vaccine “doesn’t enter the bloodstream”.
A landmark peer-reviewed study published in September provides concrete data on serious adverse events of particular interest [AESIs] of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna mRNA vaccines as determined in an independent “randomized clinical trial.”
“In the Moderna trial, the excess risk of serious EASIs (15.1 per 10,000 participants) was greater than the reduction in risk of hospitalization for COVID-19 relative to the placebo group (6.4 per 10,000 participants),” the study found.
“In the Pfizer trial, the excess risk of serious EASIs (10.1 per 10,000) was greater than the reduction in risk of hospitalization for COVID-19 relative to the placebo group (2.3 per 10,000 participants),” the study added.
AESIs with risk ratios greater than one [elevated risk] include coagulation disorder, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and myocarditis/pericarditis.
In a May 2021 “Science” article, a medical researcher explained how the Covid vaccine eventually ends up in the bloodstream.
“The Spike protein doesn’t get released to wander freely in the bloodstream by itself, because it has a transmembrane anchoring region that (as the name suggests) keeps it stuck. That’s how it’s found in the virus itself, and it does the same in human cells,” Derek Lowe notes.
“The Spike protein produced by the vaccination is not released in a way that finds ACE2 proteins on the surface of other human cells: it sits on the surface of muscle and lymph cells in the shoulder, not walking on the shoulder. lungs causing problems,” Lowe added. “Part of the vaccine dose will reach the bloodstream, of course. But keep in mind that when the mRNA or adenovirus particles reach cells outside the liver or injection site, they still they’re causing them to express the Spike protein anchored on their surfaces, not spilling it into the circulation.”
So it seems that the Red Cross response on social media is a bit of an exaggeration about the vaccine not getting into the bloodstream. It doesn’t exactly build trust to dismiss public concerns and publish information that appears to be misleading.
There are millions of people who may need to receive a blood transfusion and have documented reasons not to fully trust mRNA vaccines. The American Red Cross may show that they care about these people, too. (Source.)
The Gateway Pundit recently published the story of Cornelia Hertzler of Hot Springs, Montana, who gave birth to a boy on January 3, 2022 who died just one month later on February 17, 2022, from fair blood clots after receiving a blood transfusion.
Cornelia Hertzler of Hot Springs, Montana gave birth to Alexander on January 3, 2022. Sadly, Alexander passed away on February 17, 2022.
Ms. Hertzler told The Gateway Pundit that her one-month-old baby died from a blood clot caused by receiving “Covid-vaccinated blood” during a blood transfusion.
“He died after receiving a transfusion of vaccinated blood,” Hertzler said. “He had a blood clot instantly after receiving his transfusion. A blood clot that no anticoagulant could resolve.”
“It got steadily worse until it went from the knee to the heart and his organs shut down. That’s why his body swelled up and his veins looked like they were exploding,” he added.
Alexander was born with a throat problem that can only be treated with surgery. Hertzler claimed her son was given blood by a doctor at Sacred Heart in Spokane, Wash., without her or her husband’s permission.
“They had surgery to fix a problem in his throat that he was born with. He didn’t need a blood transfusion during the operation. Most babies don’t.”
“Later, after our authorization expired (we only authorized an emergency blood transfusion during an operation). The doctor gave him a blood transfusion because his hemoglobin levels were a little low. We hadn’t given permission for this and the doctor knew we didn’t want blood shots because we were worried about blood clots. The day after the transfusion, they discovered a blood clot,” Hertzler said.
Hertzler said the doctor had ruled out the possibility that the incident was caused by the blood transfusion.
“They wouldn’t even consider that it was the blood transfusion that killed him. They admitted that it was the blood clot that killed him. I hope it can warn others about the danger of blood bank blood.” , he said. (Source.)
There is no indication that Mrs. Hertzler could have received any information about the vaccination status of the person who donated the blood that was used in her baby, and perhaps she was only drawing conclusions based on the fact that in about 80% of the U.S. population has now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and people vaccinated against COVID-19 who have now died often have abnormal blood clots, embalmers report the funeral home I will see:
Either way, we’re bound to see more tragic stories like this until someone steps forward to provide blood that’s clearly labeled as coming from people vaccinated against COVID-19 or unvaccinated.
And if the Red Cross won’t, there seems to be a potentially lucrative business opportunity for others to step in and comply.