More Lies to Further the Covid Depopulation Agenda

We tend to trust nurses and doctors. Especially deferring to their expertise in the area of surgery… but should we?

My aunt is scheduled for a total hip replacement. We requested that I be able to donate blood ahead of time should she need a transfusion.

We were told “We are sorry, but the Red Cross no longer offers that service.

Well, I called the Red Cross. They absolutely do! – Its called the Directed Donations Program. Their # is 800-634-9069. is the email contact to request the donation form.

The process takes 10 days. Your physician/surgeon must write a script and send it to the local Red Cross Chapter. You then go in and donate. It is marked for the specific surgery and sent over at that time.

Whether or not the mRNA covid vaccine remains an issue in donated blood is honestly anyone’s guess. I personally wouldn’t chance it.

Whether this was ignorance on the part of the hospital staff in simply not knowing the program was available (I prefer to think this) or if it was malicious part of the depopulation program, I have no way of knowing… Either way it needs to be more widely known.

Please share this info.


5 Comments Add yours

  1. Izabela says:

    You have no gurantee even if you donate, that your blood will end up administered to your family member. They can do whatever thay please, none is checking them. but you can always try for the best.

  2. Sarah Barendse says:

    Correct, unless you babysat that bag of blood the entire process, there is no 100% guarantee. I still feel it’s worth doing.

  3. Martha says:

    Great info, I am going to forward to everyone, thank you

  4. Sarah Barendse says:

    VERY much appreciated. It wasn’t easy to track down the info. I’d like to make it easier on the next person.

  5. Maureen says:

    Thank you for this very valuable information !!!

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