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posted ago by defendliberty911 ago by defendliberty911 +261 / -0

I took my youngest son 13, to the ER to check for broken ribs (hockey parent here - just bruised) I'm a father of five and have had plenty of experience in the ER. I have never seen it so busy. Waiting room was filled with young people. One mother and 20 something son were checking in. He had apparently just had a previous blood clot and was now experiencing chest pain and shortness of breath with elevated heart rate. Hours later we were called in. I was expecting to be asked if my son was Vaccinated but instead was asked if we would ever approve blood transfusions! Was this a trick question? I said "Not now. Not since blood is taken from the Vaccinated." Anyone have similar experiences? This has to stop!

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SkinnyBrewSue 82 points ago +82 / -0

Right now I’m pretty leery to have anyone stick a needle in me for any reason. Give or receive. Also very hesitant to go to hospital for any reason. Dang.

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FreshFriggy 26 points ago +27 / -1

in early june I had a cyst get infected on my throat and I had to go to the er because urgent care was not comfortable taking care of it because of its location, and I have to admit urgent care actually freaked me out by their reaction so by the time I spoke to the doc at the er I was kind freaking out a little. They asked If I wanted shot of painkiller and I said yes, and I went over and read the vial after they left to make sure it wasn't the vaccine.

Interestingly I was expecting them to want to vaccinate or test me but they simply asked if I was vaccinated, I said no and that was the end of that conversation.

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IvanMectin 8 points ago +8 / -0

My g/f had to go to ER for appendicitis. No questions or checks on her regarding vaccine. I, as the 'partner', had to show proof of vaccination or negative test in last 72 hours to be admitted along with her. And of course everyone had to wear masks, no exceptions whatsoever.

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kaizen777 5 points ago +5 / -0

I went in a few weeks ago over kidney stones, and they gave me a jab in the butt as they did last time (a few years ago). This time they gave me the butt jab AND a Norco pill. Afterwards I was like... wait... holy crap! How can I be sure what they injected me with? Pretty sure they don't covid "vaccinate" in the buttock though, so I'm probably safe. =D

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Aclemmo77 22 points ago +22 / -0

In the er I work at we don't give Jab even if people want it, not available. Last night had a gut come in w chest pain "but I'm sure it's just heartburn? 10 min later ekg showed NSTEMI (heart attack) they covid tested him before taking him to cath lab and sure as shit he's positive for covid, fully vaxxed, and shocked as shit. Mid 40s healthy looking guy. Wife was shocked as shit too. Chalk up another "covid hospitalizarion"

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CarrieDodson17 8 points ago +8 / -0

And let me guess....not reported to VAERS. Shockers all around.

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MudDog 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oops, that was the bogdabot shot instead of your insulin. See you in two weeks, sorry...

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Usmc_vet 42 points ago +42 / -0

I’ve heard of people going in for flu shots, and getting the jab instead. Accidentally on purpose.

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Warren_Puffitt 28 points ago +28 / -0

people going in for flu shots...

Flu shot? Not since leaving the Navy 20 yrs ago. No flu either.

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Tooshort 21 points ago +21 / -0

Lmao why the hell are people even getting flu shots?

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OkieBowhunter 14 points ago +14 / -0

Because they're really really really really dumb. At this point, just let the tards slowly suicide themselves.

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MudDog 4 points ago +4 / -0

Because Trump proved time travel is possible, so we might need to go back three years and be vaccinated against that year's strain

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AZTrumpette1776 14 points ago +14 / -0

Me too.

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bob2112 6 points ago +7 / -1

Proof please ?

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bob2112 4 points ago +4 / -0

thanks foor proof

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EarOfCornpop 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, TGP is a solid source. It's not like the guy gave a link to MSNBC or CNN, right?

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hippielouie 37 points ago +37 / -0

#PureBlood

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DCGRITS 30 points ago +30 / -0

I’m wondering if those vaccinated now need transfusions from the unvaccinated. It obvious the vax has screwed up their blood.

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DibbleDibbleDibble 11 points ago +11 / -0

The problem with that is it would be an extremely temporary solution. Their cells are now producing those spike proteins indefinitely. A blood transfusion would just make them feel better until their own cells dumped spike proteins back into their system, it wouldn’t be anything close to a real cure.

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6daysandrest 4 points ago +4 / -0

With time, their system may fix itself. There's a reason the cabal is pushing boosters.

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DCGRITS 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thanks for the explanation. Wasn’t sure if that was a feasible option.

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Mountaing8 9 points ago +9 / -0

I've heard that they can take white pine needle tea, or liposomal glutathione with n-acetyl cysteine to rid themselves of injected toxins like spike proteins or graphene oxide.

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therobots 2 points ago +2 / -0

But they won't. Muh conspiracy theory...would eather die. Fucking retards.

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meekturtle 5 points ago +5 / -0

My nurse friend had a strange drill a few months ago. It was for mass blood transfusions. They thought it odd because it’s the type of drill hospitals near big airports would do, for it’s for major catastrophe like an airplane crash. They said all the hospitals owned by the group did it at the same time.

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 2 points ago +2 / -0

Drills Gone Wild!

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outsideop 5 points ago +5 / -0

Up next: How the Unvaxxed need to step up and give blood to save their vaxxed brethren.

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therobots 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ummm ... fuck no

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IvanMectin -30 points ago +3 / -33

"It's obvious ..." ? really? I was vaxxed back in April, my g/f was vaxxed back in Feb. Absolutely no adverse effects whatsoever (other than a sore arm the day after). Don't get it if you don't want it, but there's no reason not to get it.

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sidhe007 24 points ago +24 / -0

No reason to not get it? Oh, I see. You're just looking for attention.

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Plantmedicine 19 points ago +19 / -0

VAERS ENTERS THE CHAT

https://youtu.be/obdI7tgKLtA

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ImBillCurtis 16 points ago +16 / -0

“There’s no reason not to use thalidomide”

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SFAM1A 16 points ago +16 / -0

absolutely no adverse effects whatsoever

*yet. Absolutely no adverse effects whatsoever yet

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ImBillCurtis 11 points ago +11 / -0

All these people saying “no adverse reactions” have no fucking clue how a clinical trial is supposed to work. You’re supposed to have regularly intervaled checkups at specific time points to actually check for side effects and communicate subject status to a CRa/trial representative.

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SFAM1A 7 points ago +7 / -0

That's assuming "science" and "medicine" would even want to know about them!

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 4 points ago +4 / -0

If HCQ and Ivermectin can be discovered to have safety risks, many years after approval,

theres no reason to assume they won’t discover risk of COVID vaccine, many years after approval.

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scoripowarrior 7 points ago +7 / -0

So you two many be the lucky ones in the "control" group that got only saline.

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sparty_girl 25 points ago +25 / -0

Questions for my frens here. I have been donating blood on and off for many years, but since the beginning of this year I have donated every two months without having to wear a mask.

Last month when I went in to donate, I was in the facility for 20 minutes without a mask, checking in, filling out the questionnaire, getting my blood pressure taken, etc. As the worker there was going to poke the finger, she asked if I had a mask. I stated "no" and was told according to OSHA regulations I needed to wear a mask in order to donate.

I told her I would not wear a mask to donate and I left the center. When I got home I sent an email to our local blood center and told them I would not be donating until the removed the mask mandate. Since then I have received several emails reminding me I am eligible to donate and/or they are in desperate need for my blood type. I respond to each stating why I will not donate.

So finally: would you still donate even if you had to wear a mask? I am starting to feel a little guilty and could wear a mask for the 1/2 hour it takes to get through the process. Thoughts?

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Anon1970 46 points ago +46 / -0

Do NOT comply. This mask BS needs to stop. It is NOT for health or safety.

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MoLibertyson 30 points ago +30 / -0

You got principles (libs think it's a fault). Why did you refuse the mask in the first place? Exercise some personal discipline and stick to yer guns sparty.

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nothingelsematters 23 points ago +23 / -0

Keep fighting. NEVER give in because this is even more important than giving blood.

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DibbleDibbleDibble 23 points ago +23 / -0

Don’t buckle. They need to learn that we will not comply with their silly pretend games. It has to stop.

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merf 19 points ago +19 / -0

I'm never wearing a mask again and I'm never going to take their shitty products again.

You do you. But I hope you'll help hold the line.

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defendliberty911 [S] 22 points ago +22 / -0

I forgot the worst part. While we were on the ER room, there were two emergency messages on the speaker less than 10 minutes apart for level one stroke. I know all the nurses interviewed on Stew Peters talk about hearing these more than they ever have. Serious problems.

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Deplorabledave1957 8 points ago +8 / -0

I had a stroke in May. Doctors cant find any reason for it. I have fully recovered after getting a med that breaks up the clot. I wonder if a vaxed person shredded on me ?

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DrMcCoy 7 points ago +7 / -0

That's a scary thought the shedding could cause something devastating.

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jackrotten 18 points ago +18 / -0

Vaccinated people here, from the couple of people that I know that got the jab, cannot donate blood.

I heard about this but never had proof. I still don't have proof but two people that I know that are vaccinated said that they were asked if they were vaccinated and were turned away. This is on KY, where I'm visiting family and old friends. Hometown.

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sidhe007 6 points ago +6 / -0

Must be a state by state thing? On the red cross site regarding donors there is a breakdown of donors who have had covid and who have had the shot. They can donate but there are varying time frames involved and I think which blood product can be used.

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RIR1776 1 point ago +1 / -0

Texas here. When I donated blood the last few times, they asked me if I was “participating in experimental medical treatment” and the nurse clarified that meant if I’d had the vaccine. At least in Texas they seem to be labeling that somewhere in the documentation. It gives me hope if I ever need blood, I could potentially request that it be GMO-free!

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impera 17 points ago +17 / -0

I have heard that Japan is refusing to take blood donations from people who have had the vax.

Maybe trying to give you a transfusion from vaccinated blood supplies is a sneaky way to try and get the vax nastiness into unvaxxed people? Less overt than attacking people in their homes and trying to force a needle into peoples arms, thats for sure.

Glad to hear your son is ok.. and I would do everything I could to avoid hospitals like the plague with how things are right now. If doctors and their management are compromised and no longer worthy of either patient trust or their medical qualifications.. then try and not break any bones.

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ImBillCurtis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let’s hope not.

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treepainter 15 points ago +15 / -0

These are hospitals anymore. They are stopping points going one direction to the grave.

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someredguy 1 point ago +1 / -0

death hotels

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CKE2019 15 points ago +15 / -0

I read (about two months ago) that the U.S. blood supply was contaminated with the spike proteins. None for me thanks.

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Encognegro98ckun2qb 10 points ago +10 / -0

I was severely anemic and it was life threatening. The doctor told me to go to the ER to get blood transfusions so we hesitantly went. It was so disgusting and rude like a filthy third world hospital full of tweakers. We left in disgust. I called around and put it in Gods hands bc I had just lost my job and insurance was ending. God blessed us and I refused blood on religious grounds and the doctor automatically recommended iron infusions. Since I went to a private charity hospital, I got iron infusions and then was able to find out the source of my blood loss which required surgery. I got through it including an overnight stay with no Covid test, no transfusions, and feel brand new.

I will tell you that I tried to ask about the vaccinated blood and if there was testing where I could see that it was free from any Covid.. vaccine nor antibodies. She told me the angle of how it was good to get the “improved” blood and blew off my question. I don’t believe in any blood but it was good to test my theory. Religiously object and demand that you be final decision maker as the parent in times of emergency. It will work out but just know they have no answers!

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Corker56 10 points ago +10 / -0

The hospitals are being overrun because so many workers (nurses especially) are in short supply. Many are burning out and leaving, others are quitting due to the increased work load. Still others are being forced out for being unvaccinated. The mandate is being pushed to help crash the healthcare system. We'll soon be told that there are too many Covid patients to be taken care of... that the virus is too great. The truth is, they're deliberately frustrating and dismantling the medical staff to combat it. Our army of nurses and doctors are under attack as well.

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SCentral 7 points ago +7 / -0

Hope your son recovers. I have heard about blood clots and have seen the picture with 2 baggs of blood but no source on it. The local hospitals in my area are understaffed and are going to place every unvax on unpaid LOA for max 3 months. They obviously trying to not pay unemployment, but im also thinking they want to have us just in case for the winter.Ive read a few of the emails and letters being sent out and they all have the same wording in them. A few differences but about 98% copy and paste. Im not going to be working starting 10/1. Really considering moving to TX. Hope 6ou all have a blessed Sunday, hold the line

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WhiteTrashJesus 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think maybe they do that because at the emergency room it is common to hastily need a blood transfusion so they want it on everyone's chart if they are jehovas

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bob2112 -4 points ago +1 / -5

You are kidding me?

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BeerMan 12 points ago +12 / -0

Which part is unbelievable?

That an emergency situation occurs requiring a blood transfusion?

Or that Jehovah's Witnesses refuse blood transfusions on religious grounds?

Both are verifiably true.

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GDZeus 5 points ago +5 / -0

Did you ask Why they asked you that? I mean your son was there to see if he had a broken bone. That seems like a weird question to ask.

And I feel the same way about blood transfusions, and I have O- blood, I can only get the same blood type as I do. Thankfully my sons fiancé has same blood type, is never getting the vaxx or flu shots, so thank the Lord if either one of us needs blood we have each other’s backs.

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Itsme622 5 points ago +5 / -0

Just wanted to pop in and say that I’m also a hockey parent… and of a bantam, too! Waiting for game time as I type this. Hope and pray that your son heals and is back on the ice quickly! It’s the best sport with the best people!!

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defendliberty911 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

So true. The best sport. He didn't even know he was injured until he's in the locker room and tried to yell at his team mates and it hurt too much! Played the whole game! He insisted on going to practice today and he's now healed. Only hurts doing homework. Amazing.

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Itsme622 2 points ago +2 / -0

Love it. He’s clearly a true hockey player!

Couple of years ago (probably 1st year peewee) my kid dislocated his shoulder but he knew he was going to have to sit the rest of the game if he said something…. So he sat there and was literally trying to punch it back in place so he could play. His coach turned around and asked what he was doing and after he told him, he just laughed, turned back around and let him continue. It worked, he got it back in and finished the game. Coach said it’s one of his favorite stories.

Part of why it’s the best sport. Boys can be boys and men can be men. And you definitely have to be tough!

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defendliberty911 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, hockey teaches kids to be tough yet universally well mannered and polite- even in the NYC area! We played a game yesterday where the opponent had a huge kid who beat our kids soundly. We were all so pissed at him. This kid fell with one of ours. As they were getting up the big kid pounded ours with his stick. He served his penalty and (I just found out today) he stopped by our bench to see our kid was ok. That's hockey. The best part I feel, is it teaches them how to work hard to complete at top level hockey. They learn early on how hard works pays off. And when you don't work hard you're ridiculed and benched. Tough life lessons early.

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MyKidsWouldBAppalled 4 points ago +4 / -0

Asking the OP dad: WHY would they be asking about blood transfusions at all?? My youngest son broke his arm on three separate occasions playing sports with friends while in middle school- the third time required major surgery with rods and plates and the whole nine yards. No one ever asked about objections to blood transfusions. Does this have something to do with it being a chest injury/ possible broken ribs VS. a broken arm?

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defendliberty911 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Very strange. I never had them ask that for anything. Even brought kids in who had lost serious amounts of blood in the past. Never asked that question.

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ProudMomOfAPatriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

From a wrestling mom to a hockey dad, man those visits are the worst. I volunteered to show the video and he's still in gear, but yeah, I'll leave the room so you can interrogate my kid about if he's beat at home. 🙄

Honestly, sports injuries taught us to have more confident in when to go and when not to go for medical attention. I'm grateful the only broken bones we even dealt with were a myriad of noses!

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Icantdothis2 3 points ago +5 / -2

I had to go to the er last night for an injured knee. I was worried about them giving me the vac. There were 3 people there when I signed in. Maybe 10 came in before I got called to the back, that was 1 hour. None of them had injuries that I could visibly tell. No one was over 50? I saw 3 babies. I don't know how many people came in, in the 2 hours I was in back. Lobby had people in it when I left. This was a stand alone er we have in az, not an urgent car (I don't know if other states have those) so it is not at the hospital. I don't know how busy those are. I had to wear a mask but they never said the word vaccine.

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iamherefortheluls 3 points ago +3 / -0

This was a stand alone er

are we talking about the same thing here? ER stands for Emergency Room, sometimes called Emergency Department.

How can that be 'stand alone'? the whole point of them is to be in a hospital where they can address any medical emergency.

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Steven4385 3 points ago +3 / -0

We have ER's that are in medical centers, not a hospital. The medical center only has doctors offices. No in-patient care what so ever. Been that way for over 40 years.

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Icantdothis2 2 points ago +2 / -0

I asked the same question. I mean I don't think ambulances go there but they had a CT scan machine. I don't think most urgent cares have that. It's hard enough to find one with an xray machine. It's dignity health emergency room.

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ThisIsHowItStarts 2 points ago +2 / -0

There are a lot of standalone urgent care centers. I don’t know if you call them ER’s or not, it’s very common to have an urgent center around the corner that’s not connected to a hospital. If things get dicey there, they’ll send you to an actual hospital with a ER attached

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agsasj 1 point ago +1 / -0

We have stand alone ERs in TX. They are different from Urgent Care and different from hospital ERs. They have ambulances and on duty specialists, do more than Urgent Care, but not everything that hospital ERs do. They also cost an arm and a leg, unless you’re on Medicare. We have one in our neighborhood.

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VetforTrump 3 points ago +3 / -0

I am simply claiming God's promise of health. I WAS healed by his stripes.

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Shadow1223 3 points ago +3 / -0

They’re running out of blood plasma for convalescent plasma therapy. There was an article about this a few weeks ago, something about Biden is shorting plasma being sent to less vaccinated states. If they can’t get it as a first course of treatment, maybe they’ll have to choose a different treatment protocol.

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bubble_bursts 2 points ago +2 / -0

Did you get a chance to talk to people and find out how many of those kids were vaccinated?

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defendliberty911 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

No. It was too sad to see in person. These kids were sick and scared.

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bubble_bursts 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can imagine that. Unless there was some major kid event with food poisoning or something, I cannot but think it must be the vaccines.

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SilverStar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm medical. Been in nursing for almost 17 years. In my experience, the whole asking if you'd receive a blood transfusion is quite common. That's one of the first questions that are asked first next to living will and power of attorney. It's more of a question that is hypothetical in nature as in if something happened during that admission or ER visit that you were incapacitated OR unable to respond and a blood transfusion was needed to save your life etc you'd take it or not. I'm opposed to the death jab and all that so I'm not just some shill trying to spread false information, I'm ready to lose my job any day now because of whatever reason they could pull out of their ass being that Ohio (where I am) is an at-will-employment state. I hope this answer helps somewhat.

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Treefrog555 2 points ago +2 / -0

The blood transfusion thing stresses me out. If I crash my bike or something and wake up in a hospital with a blood bag IV I’m gonna freak the fuck out.

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raggedyman74 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, all this bullshit is one way to legitimize draining the blood from children. Oh, the adults are vaxxed? Let's take the blood from children.

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Surfsup 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good answer and explanation. Was there a reaction to your reason of the vaccinated blood?

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defendliberty911 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Couldn't tell, too many masks and goggles!