Cornelia Hertzler of Hot Springs, Montana, gave birth to Alexander on January 3, 2022.
Tragically, Alexander died on February 17, 2022.
“Mrs. 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,” The Gateway Pundit reports.
“He died after getting a blood transfusion of vaccinated blood,” Hertzler claimed.
“He got a blood clot instantly after receiving his transfusion. A blood clot that no blood thinner could resolve.”
“It got steadily worse until it went from his knee to his heart and his organs shut down. That’s why his body swelled up and his veins looked like they were exploding,” she added.
Mother Blames “Vaccinated Blood” for the Death of Her One-Month-Old Baby Who Died from a Blood Clot Following a Blood Transfusion https://t.co/Sgla9dWAXN
— Brad Porcellato (@BradPorcellato) September 27, 2022
Cont. from The Gateway Pundit:
Alexander was born with a throat problem that can only be treated with surgery. Hertzler claimed that her son was given the blood by the doctor at Sacred Heart in Spokane, Washington, without her or her husband’s permission.
“He had an operation to fix an issue in his throat he was born with. He did not need a blood transfusion during the operation. Most babies do not.”
“Later on, after our authorization had expired (we only authorized a blood transfusion in case of an emergency during an operation). The doctor gave him a blood transfusion because his hemoglobin levels were a little low. We had not given permission for this and the doctor knew we did not want vaccinated blood because we were worried about blood clots. The next day after the transfusion, they discovered a blood clot,” Hertzler said.
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The doctor reportedly ruled out the possibility that the tragedy was caused by the blood transfusion.
“They would not even consider it was the blood transfusion that killed him. They did admit it was the blood clot that killed him. I’m hoping it can warn others about the danger of the blood from the blood bank,” Hertzler said.
“We don’t label blood products as containing vaccinated or unvaccinated blood as the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream & poses no safety risks to the recipient. If you have safety concerns about potential blood transfusions, please speak with your medical care team,” American Red Cross tweeted on September 13, 2022.
We don’t label blood products as containing vaccinated or unvaccinated blood as the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream & poses no safety risks to the recipient. If you have safety concerns about potential blood transfusions, please speak with your medical care team.
— American Red Cross #HurricaneIan (@RedCross) September 14, 2022
Horrifying precedent @RedCross blood needs to be labeled vaccinated with covid-19 vaccine or non.
It is medical malpractice to not label them as such.
This is an experimental pharmaceutical and is not fully authorized to date.
Do not have a blood transfusion unless you know https://t.co/4c7OrbByrF
— JIM⭐⭐⭐ULTRA NUCLEAR MAGA (@Cookies4Jim) September 23, 2022
“With nearly 60% of the eligible U.S. population fully vaccinated, most of the nation’s blood supply is now coming from donors who have been inoculated, experts said. That’s led some patients who are skeptical of the shots to demand transfusions only from the unvaccinated, an option blood centers insist is neither medically sound nor operationally feasible,” WebMD noted in 2021.
“We are definitely aware of patients who have refused blood products from vaccinated donors,” said Dr. Julie Katz Karp, who directs the blood bank and transfusion medicine program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia.
Emily Osment, an American Red Cross spokesperson, said her organization has fielded questions from clients worried that vaccinated blood would be “tainted,” capable of transmitting components from the covid vaccines. Red Cross officials said they’ve had to reassure clients that a covid vaccine, which is injected into muscle or the layer of skin below, doesn’t circulate in the blood.
“While the antibodies that are produced by the stimulated immune system in response to vaccination are found throughout the bloodstream, the actual vaccine components are not,” Jessa Merrill, the Red Cross director of biomedical communications, said in an email.
So far, such demands have been rare, industry officials said. Dr. Louis Katz, chief medical officer for ImpactLife, an Iowa-based blood center, said he’s heard from “a small handful” of patients asking for blood from unvaccinated donors. And the resounding answer from centers and hospitals, he added, has been “no.”
According to a study supported by the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digitalization of Romania and published on the NIH website, the mRNA vaccine can be detected in blood at 15 days post-vaccination, contrary to Red Cross claims.
In conclusion, we showed that BNT162b2 vaccine mRNA remains in the systemic circulation of vaccinated individuals for at least 2 weeks, during which it likely retains its ability to induce S-protein expression in susceptible cells and tissues. We also showed that WBCs and platelets are not favourable targets for S-protein expression in vitro. More complex human biodistribution and pharmacokinetics studies are required to elucidate the tissue tropism of mRNA vaccine particles as well as uptake and transfection efficiencies for other cell types. This would serve to further optimise future mRNA vaccine formulations.
“In plasma, mRNA was immediately detectable at just hours following vaccination, remained detectable when sampled at 6 and 15 days,” the study noted.
WeLoveTrump previously reported a study that showed ‘foreign, metal-like objects’ found in 94% of mRNA ‘vaccine’ recipients.