“We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know” – Liz James, CEO of Blood Donor Registry, “Blessed By His Blood”
Ms. Liz James worked as a pharmacist for 30 years. Like so many other regular Americans, the response to COVID hit Ms. James hard, and her life path took a sharp turn. When Ms. James realized that her job as a pharmacist would require her to administer COVID mRNA shots to customers, she quit, with the full support of her husband, and focused on her next mission.
Blessed By His Blood – Unvaccinated Blood Donation
In January 2021, Ms. James recognized the need for individuals who chose to remain free of mRNA shots to exercise their right to medical freedom if the person would like to bring private blood from an unvaccinated donor should the need arise.
While designated blood donations have been common for many decades, in the last few years it’s been increasingly difficult to carry it out in practice. Back in the 1980s, Ms. James had to undergo a scheduled surgery. Both her mother and brother donated blood for the hospital to have on standby in case Ms. James needed a transfusion. The process back then was simple.
In today’s age of medical overreach, many patients who request a designated blood donation are refused by either the doctor, clinic, or hospital. Ms. James and her team are working on legislation to ensure that this basic right cannot be denied to people in the United States. As it stands now, even with a declaration from a patient’s personal doctor that they are to be treated using blood from a designated donor, the hospital or clinic that performs the procedure can simply deny that request. The legislation that Ms. James is working on would forbid medical centers from denying such a request.
Eligibility – “We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know”
The BBHB registry is set to launch in a couple of weeks, and thousands of people have already signed up to join and learn more. Since there’s currently no testing available to reveal if someone’s blood has mRNA in it, the screening process to join as a donor or receiver is thorough. Ms. James emphasized that since there is still so much that we don’t know about the effects of mRNA in the body, along with how it travels, they are taking extra precautions when it comes to donating blood, for the safety of the recipients. Individuals may only join via a referral code of an existing member.
Unvaxxed Individuals Who Have Vaxxed Spouses May Not Become Donors
Operating within the guidelines of extra precautions, people who have remained mRNA free, yet had intercourse with someone who did take the shot may NOT donate blood within the BBHB registry.
I followed up with Ms. James regarding this rule, and what it’s based on. Ms. James said that after many long discussions, the board decided to err on the side of caution. Their main concerns come from studies that demonstrated that mRNA materials were found in women’s breast milk for months following the shot, showing that the mRNA materials can present themselves in bodily fluids. In addition, there have been reports of unvaccinated women feeling pain or experiencing menstrual disruptions after their partner received an mRNA vaccine.
The Board of BBHB has reason to be concerned. The DailyClout’s Amy Kelly wrote a report in Aug 2022 after months of careful research by a team of professionals that shows Pfizer did not test for a number of crucial safety signals regarding sperm and fertility post-mRNA. Pfizer’s clinical trial protocol included extremely strict rules regarding trial participants. Men were not allowed to donate sperm or be intimate with a woman without strong contraception, and women were required to use an approved method of contraception.
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