Unvaccinated Americans Refuse Blood Transfusions From Vaccinated Donors Due to Spike Protein Fears

It has been reported that as much as 70 percent of blood in the US being donated is coming from Covid vaccinated donors.

Many unvaccinated Americans are refusing blood transfusions from vaccinated donors for fear that the blood from someone who has received a Covid-19 vaccine is tainted in some way.

Of course, the mainstream media and some health news websites quickly jumped on the opportunity to label these so-called anti-vaxxers as spreaders of medical misinformation. They say that these “anti-vaxxers” believe that the blood of a vaccinated individual contains a microchip or ingredients necessary for human cloning.

According to official statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the majority of Americans are now believed to be vaccinated against Covid-19, with 60 percent of the US population and 72 percent of adults at least partially vaccinated. This means that available blood donors in the country at this point are mostly vaccinated.

Dr Julie Katz Karp, director of the blood transfusion program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia, said: “We are definitely aware of patients who have refused blood products from vaccinated donors.

“If for some reason we didn’t want vaccinated people to donate blood, we’d be in a real problem, wouldn’t we? Please believe us when we tell you it’s fine.”

Blood centers in the US only have limited access to donated blood that has not in some way been affected by Covid-19. Katz estimated that, based on samples, as much as 70 percent of the blood currently being donated is coming from vaccinated donors.

Dr Michael Busch, director of the Vitalant Research Institute, said that more than 90 percent of current donors in the US have either been infected with Covid-19 or vaccinated against it. Busch has been monitoring antibody levels in blood samples from the US supply.

Currently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not recommend routine screening for Covid-19 among blood donors. In general, respiratory viruses are not known to spread by blood transfusions, and there has been no reported case of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease, being transmitted through blood.

Emily Osment, an American Red Cross spokeswoman, said that her organisation has received countless questions from clients worried that the vaccinated blood would be tainted and capable of transmitting components from the Covid-19 vaccines. In response, Red Cross officials have reassured clients that the vaccine does not circulate in the blood.

Jessa Merrill, the Red Cross director of biomedical communications, said in an email: “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.”

In recent months, many censored doctors have spoken out about the concern that vaccinated individuals can shed protein molecules from a vaccinated person to an unvaccinated person, effectively infecting the unvaccinated person the same way a person can be infected with a virus.

Despite the mainstream media’s work to quickly shut down any suggestion that the Covid-19 vaccines can shed, a Pfizer document appears to confirm these fears. Hundreds, potentially thousands, of women have reported that they have suffered irregular bleeding after receiving a dose of the Covid-19 vaccines, with others sadly reporting that they have lost their unborn child or suffering from irregular bleeding after being in the company of fully vaccinated individuals.

Within a Pfizer document titled ‘A Phase 1/2/3, Placebo-Controlled, Randomized, Observer-Blind, Dose-Finding Study To Evaluate The Safety Tolerability, Immunogenicity, and Efficacy of SARS-CoV-2 RNA Vaccine Candidates Against Covid-19 in Healthy Individuals’, there is a section dedicated to the possibility of ‘mRNA vaccine shedding’ in which it is possible for those who have been in close proximity to someone who has been vaccinated to suffer an adverse reaction.

Pfizer confirms in this document that exposure during pregnancy can occur if a pregnant woman is “environmentally exposed” to the vaccine. This includes if a pregnant woman is exposed to the vaccine through inhalation or skin contact. Pfizer is basically admitting that it is possible to expose another human to the Covid-19 vaccine just by breathing the same air or touching the skin of someone who has been vaccinated.

If it is possible for vaccinated individuals to shed the vaccine just through touch and breath, then just think what the potential implications could be if unvaccinated individuals receive blood from those who are fully jabbed.

Whilst the CDC and other health agencies have assured that the Covid-19 vaccine remains within the injection site and does not travel around the body, a bio-distribution study on the Pfizer vaccine conducted in Japan exposed this lie.

The study used luciferase enzymes and radioisotope markers to track the distribution of Pfizer’s mRNA Lipid NanoParticles (LNPs) across the body. Researchers found that mRNA LNPs are distributed across the body, reaching the brain, spleen, heart and even the ovaries and testes.

LNPs were even discovered in the blood and plasma, with the ‘mean total lipid concentration (μg lipid equivalent / g (or mL)) (males and females combined)’ reaching 8.90 in plasma within 2 hours, and 5.40 in whole blood.


This clear evidence, which of course will not be reported by the mainstream media, raises questions as to what effects the vaccine will have on the whole body as it is documented to travel through almost every organ. Therefore, it is understandable why so many Americans are concerned about what the impact of receiving vaccinated blood will be, and we Brits too should share the same concerns.



30 Responses to “Unvaccinated Americans Refuse Blood Transfusions From Vaccinated Donors Due to Spike Protein Fears”

  1. Michaeljames says:

    I’m unvaccinated. I’ve read that the unvaccinated are at risk of being effected by spike proteins and prion disease. What can I do to protect myself?

  2. danceaway says:

    I think you have asked this before, and been given suggestions, Michaeljames. I also think there is a lot of information if you look for it. Are you looking?

  3. Michaeljames says:

    Hi danceaway. I’ve been told that I don’t need to worry about prion disease. My problem is that I live with somebody who is vaccinated.

    I take a vitamin D3 supplement every day, and I’m going to start taking zinc as well. I ordered some pine needle tea online, and I was drinking that. But there is a guy called Clif High who says that drinking pine tea doesn’t help with fighting against the spike protein.

    Could YOU tell me what it is I need to do danceaway? I’d really appreciate it.

  4. danceaway says:

    Hi again Michaeljames,

    If you are living with someone who is vaccinated, you should certainly be protecting yourself from the shedding of the spike protein, and if this person has a booster, the danger will increase substantially, because it is predicted to be much more potent.

    I personally resonate with Clif High and what he recommends. That includes a high dose of D3; 10,000 daily, and 15,000 in winter months. Also K2 with it. I ordered pine needle tea, as well, but have since learned that Fennel tea, more easily obtainable, is almost as good; then I learned about chaga tea from Clif; have just ordered it on line. He seems to think this is extraordinarily powerful, and I don’t doubt him.

    Definitely take zinc; good source is The Finchley Clinic.com ( Mark Lester runs it; amazing person.) Vitamin C; the best is liposomal, but this is very expensive. Mark stocks it. If you go for the ascorbate form in powder form there is lots of choice on Amazon. Comes in bags!! But definitely get Vit C of some sort. Mark also stocks a powder; I have great faith in the quality of anything he sells

    NAC is really important in combatting the spike protein. Listen to a Doctor Been on youtube, as well as others, who describe how it works. I have read/ heard that one should take it ( 600 mg daily ) on an empty stomach, so in the morning. Dr Rima Laibow, one ofd the pioneers in natural health, says she takes 900 mg daily due to her age.

    A while ago I posted in a comment the recipe for making homemade HCQ. You should definitely make it ( very easy ) and take one tablespoon twice a day.

    There is a newish video which I have not yet listened to with Dr Pavlosky, Dr Tenpenny, and Dr Lee Merritt, in which they discuss these matters further. It is on the site Fearless Nation on Bitchute. Dr Christiana Northrup is normally part of their discussion; she was the first one I heard describe and recommend the HCQ recipe; she says she freezes half her batch.

    As to the pine needle, I also read of someone who bought the essential oil, and when a friend felt unwell from being a round those who were jabbed, she poured some on a handkerchief and had her sniff it for a while, and before long she was right as rain again. I found this oil in my local HFS, but it seems widely available on line.

    Quercetin is also said to be very useful if you come across it; it is said to increase the effectiveness of Vitamin C when taken together.

    In my opinion, if you stay up to date with Clif High, Dr Tenpenny, Dr Northrup and keep your eye out for others then you should be able to develop a protocol for yourself. Don’t be embarrassed to do so; it is for your own protection…….

    • Michaeljames says:

      When you say NAC do you mean n-acetyl cysteine the food supplement? And do I need to speak to my doctor before taking it?

      • danceaway says:

        Yes, I do, and my advice is not to go anywhere NEAR a doctor! they are paid up murderers!! You must take over your own health; doctors are not about health!! They trash ALL healthy options; after all, they need to get their backhanders from Big Pharma!! Stay away from now on. You can do much much better on your own. I have not been to a doctor for years.

        And if you can possibly live separately from the vaccinated person, this would be an excellent idea.

  5. ian says:

    Or go and live alone in a cave.

  6. danceaway says:

    PS One of the best ways to keep up with Clif High is via this site: http://www.philosophers-stone.info. Steve is always quick to find Clif’s chats and interviews, and put them up for us. One can find them on bitchute, but they are not always chronological, I find, so tricky if recommending them to someone else, which I find myself doing almost daily. And Dr Tenpenny’s site is DrTenpenny.com, I believe, or Vaxxter.com.

  7. danceaway says:

    Michaeljames, I hope you are genuine; I find it difficult to believe that anyone who reads the information on this site would seriously consider consulting his doctor……. are you a troll??

  8. Michaeljames says:

    I can assure you I’m not a troll, I was just asking that’s all

  9. danceaway says:

    Thank you for reassuring me! I have just listened to this three way discussion I mentioned previously, and highly recommend you listen to it , twice, the second time taking notes. It is truly excellent; two things I need to get are a nebuliser and the extra high strength Vit D, both suggested by Dr Tenpenny. And listen closely to what Dr P says about the current medics and how they came to be as they now are. And take on board their advice that we need to become our own doctors. We are heading into a new paradigm, as Clif High explains in considerable detail.

    • Michaeljames says:

      Danceaway I take medication for OCD, will I be able to take the NAC? Are there any side effects?

      • danceaway says:

        I’m afraid I don’t know anything about OCD. MichaelJames. I suggest you do more research on NAC first. Listen to Dr Been on you tube, and there are other doctors on you tube who talk about it as well. Listen to as many as you can.
        This information came into my mail from a company named, Cytoplan from whom I bought supplements a while ago, a very reputable company. I read through it quickly; you can see how much attention is being given to NAC. You may then need to make your own decision, as in truth, doctors do not agree with supplements of any sort, and they certainly take offence at patients having any ideas of their own, and will do their best to put you off. So it may well come down to you. You might even find a way to come off the medication for OCD, as most medication does more harm than good in the long run. It is simply alleviating symptoms but not dealing with the cause.
        You have nothing to lose by trying to sort yourself out; remember that doctors are trained by the pharmaceutical industry, their job is to prescribe medicines, and to keep you on medicines; not to get you well, for then you will not need their medicines! This is one reason they are so opposed to supplements, healthy eating, etc. We might put them out of business. I also suggest you seriously look into all the information published by Dr Vernon Coleman over many years. You might well find your answer there. He is drcolman.org and drcoleman.com. Has written a huge number of amazing books; some available for free as ebooks. You are going to have to work on this; you cannot expect an easy answer. We have been conditioned to expect this, but it is not realistic.

  10. Michaeljames says:

    That article talks positively about vaccines, so how am I supposed to trust it?

    • danceaway says:

      I think it is just a matter of taking what is useful and discarding what is not. Using discernment. These people would be fiercely attacked if they openly opposed the experimental injection, so they are toeing the line; but that does not mean their information on other aspects are totally discredited. But you need to confirm by listening to other sources as well. Many many sources are recommending NAC, not just this one. Dr Rima Laibow who has been on this journey for decades now, for instance. But in the end you need to make up your own mind. I have been taking NAC and have had no problems. In fact today I decided to try doubling from 600 to 1200 mg, as I have seen several people mention.

      Listen to as many people as possible, read as widely as possible, and then decide what you wish to try. If it does not seem to work, then you can stop!

  11. danceaway says:

    I think I am repeating myself, Michaeljames, but I accidentally came across NAC a few years ago. I read a comment written by a daughter who was recounting that her mother’s doctor prescribed/suggested NAC every winter for her mother to help prevent her going down with flu. The daughter was somehow in conversation with the doctor, and asked the doctor how the medics avoiding going down with flu; the reply was that they take NAC. But the daughter was cautioned not to repeat this.

    When I read this, I decided to buy some and take it in the winter, as well. Now this was a few years ago, before the flu vaccine was being pushed as hard as it has been recently. But as soon as I began to hear it being recommended for this illness, I remembered that I already had it in the cupboard! I immediately ordered more for myself and my family. That was a few months ago, and I continue to read more and more about it. But as you can see, I am already familiar with it, so this gives me a confidence that someone hearing about if for the first time will of course not have. I also have been on the supplement road ever since my children, now grown, were babies. So again, it is a matter of familiarity and confidence developed over time, and long long before the internet, which makes it ever so much easier!!

    • Michaeljames says:

      Hi danceaway, Clif High says the truth about the scamdemic will come out this month, do you believe him?

  12. danceaway says:

    We have to be careful with the concept of Belief, Michaeljames. One definition is “trust or confidence”. I trust that Clif is being honest with us in telling us what he believes to be happening, based on his incredible wealth of experience and knowledge.

    I believe his account of dying from cancer , having witnessed this twice in people very close to me. If you have not listened to him speak about the greatest generation ( find the clip on Philosophers-stone.info ) where the word Prophet slips in, then certainly do so; I believe him when he says he was told he had to come back because he had work to do, and that for some time he did not know what that work would be.
    But I would not discredit him if events do not unfold in a particular way that he thinks they might, because there are so many factors at play, it is all so complicated, and can change at any moment. He says it is a war, and each side is responding to the actions of the other side.

    I have a wait and see attitude, but by all means get prepared for a tough time ahead, and hope that we can be some of those who come through to the other side. But try not to get caught up in time frames; always try to look at the big picture of where they are trying to take us and how we are attempting to subvert this through our increasing awareness. I do believe that Clif is here now to help guide us through, always with a great sense of humour and a chuckle, as well as health advice. How could we be so fortunate?

  13. danceaway says:


    Important information from Dr Mercola about zinc, including how to get it from food, and how it may be crucial with COPD.

    • Michaeljames says:

      Hi danceaway, I don’t mean to keep bothering you but do the unvaccinated need to worry about prion disease?

    • Michaeljames says:

      I don’t want to bother anyone, but do the unvaccinated need to worry about prion disease?

  14. danceaway says:

    Michaeljames, this is something which I know almost nothing about! Is it the real name of mad cow disease? A brain disease? If so, then I would guess the unvaccinated would only be at risk though the shedding feature? Perhaps you know more about it, or are familiar with the problem?

  15. Michaeljames says:

    I’ve been told there is nothing to worry about