There is at least one group of people that is excited about all of the dead bodies piling up from the COVID vaccines backfiring, and that is organ transplant surgeons!
Here’s a new question that everyone who is a “vaccine skeptic” should be thinking about: Would you want to accept an organ transplant from someone who was vaccinated against COVID? Because those transplants are already happening, and it just so happens that the organs from vaccinated patients have a failure rate almost twice as high as the organs of unvaccinated people.
We’ve been talking about organ transplants a bit more recently. A woman in Alberta was recently denied an organ transplant because she didn’t want to take the COVID vax. A mom in Georgia has gone through a similar experience here in the US. She can’t get surgery unless she submits to being vaccinated. Both women, by the way, have robust antibodies in their systems, because they’ve both caught COVID previously and recovered.
But we haven’t looked much at the question in terms of whether a vaccinated person’s organs are viable. There is already a surprising amount of medical literature from other countries when it comes to this question, which the medical community here in America has not even started asking.
There have also been some high-profile cases in which people have been denied surgery, because they do not want to receive a spike protein-infected blood transfusion from vaccinated blood donors. Were those people conspiracy theorists? It sure doesn’t look like it.
Other countries are now openly acknowledging that the COVID vaccines are killing people. New Zealand, Australia, Japan, and most of Europe have come to grips with the fact that the mRNA shots are inducing early deaths. All-cause mortality has increased by 15 to 25% in every heavily vaccinated country, including here in the US. If you think something else is causing this, please let us know. We’d love to hear your theories.
Organ transplant surgeons have been very excited about this new development. With so many more people dying unexpectedly, especially younger people, it creates a lot more potential organ donors. Transplant surgeons have known for a while that when a person dies from a stroke, their potential donor organs come out in pretty good shape.
Since the stroke damage happens in the brain, stroke victims tend to have very good, viable organs to harvest for transplant operations. And we have an awful lot of young and healthy people dying from strokes these days.
Actor Jamie Foxx, by the way, is in the hospital suffering from a stroke and it is reportedly not looking very good. Foxx is 55, and while it is not completely unheard of for 55-year-olds to have strokes, he was in tremendous physical shape when the stroke hit him. We hope that he recovers, but what’s the first thing that everyone immediately thought when the news broke?
There are also a lot of reports of kids dying of strokes these days. This presents an incredible opportunity as far as transplant surgeons are concerned. These victims have younger and healthier organs. If you’re an elderly transplant patient, why wouldn’t you want to receive a heart, a lung, a kidney or a liver from a healthy 16-year-old? That would make perfect sense.
Now that doctors in other countries know and openly acknowledge that the COVID vaccines are killing people, they’ve also been tracking the results closely of organ transplants from vaccinated people. And the news is not good.
One research study out of New Zealand found that kidney transplants from patients who died from a COVID vaccine have a 22% failure/rejection rate, meaning the patient’s body rejects the vaccinated kidney and the operation is a failure. The normal failure rate for kidney transplants prior to the pandemic was around 10%. Transplanting organs from vaccinated people has more than doubled the failure rate.
That’s not all, unfortunately. Deceased donors are somehow transmitting “aspects of their vaccine-induced fatal illness to transplant organ recipients,” according to Guy David Hatchard. This includes thrombosis (blood clotting) or internal bleeding. Organ recipients are also developing pathogenic lymphocytes, which cause the type of blood clotting associated with strokes.
Boiled down into plain English, patients who receive a kidney from a vaccinated person are then developing the same problems that killed the donor. More research is needed on this, obviously. But the early evidence is pointing to the possibility that people should not receive organ transplants from vaccinated people.