Covid Vaccine Implications: What happens to the blood supply?

A few months ago, I noticed somewhere that, thanks to Covid, the U.S. blood supply is in dire need of replenishment, given that previously postponed treatments and elective surgeries needed to be rescheduled. This announcement made me wonder.  What does vaccination do to the blood supply? Will there be any decision to not accept vaccinated blood or plasma?

Here’s what the Red Cross had to say back in June, and I noticed one very weird sentence.

Nation Confronts Severe Blood Shortage Blood Donations Urgently Needed

“Individuals who have received a COVID-19 vaccine are still eligible to donate blood and platelets. Knowing the name of the manufacturer of the vaccine they receive is important in determining blood donation eligibility.” So some vaccines contaminate and some do not? Which ones?

Then, today, I noticed a new article.

Vaccinated Can’t Donate Blood, Covid Vaccine Wipes Out Antibodies: Red Cross Video

Remember, the spike protein itself may be the poison.

Experimental vaccines are bioweapon delivery systems that flood vital organs and contaminate the blood with spike proteins


Worse than Covid? Spike Protein Spreads Like Fire

Here’s a doctor who draws out the implications:

SHOCKER: Red Cross is warning all Americans that Covid-vaccinated humans are INELIGIBLE for donating plasma… does that mean their blood and organs are also contaminated with spike proteins?

Here’s a few substances that neutralize spike proteins: star anise, fennel, dandelion leaves, elderberry leaves. I’m sure there are many more.

The point is, however, that, thanks to the “vaccines,” our nation’s blood supply is likely already contaminated. And the greater the percentage who succumb to the vax,  then either the more contaminated the blood supply, or the blood supply dries up.


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