Red Cross: “We Don’t Label Blood Products As Containing Vaccinated Or Unvaccinated Blood As The Covid-19 Vaccine Does Not Enter The Bloodstream”

We don’t label blood products as containing vaccinated or unvaccinated blood as the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream & poses no safety risks to the recipient.
– American Red Cross, 13 September 2022


Source:
https://twitter.com/RedCross/status/1569869268296105990

It doesn’t get into the blood? Spike protein was found in shingle’s rashes and heart cells. How did it get there, if not the circulatory system? (Spike protein was also found in endothelial cells, cells that line blood vessels, far away from the injection site.)

And…
Vaccine mRNA Can Be Detected in Blood at 15 Days Post-Vaccination, Biomedicines, 28 June 2022

Detection of Messenger RNA COVID-19 Vaccines in Human Breast Milk, JAMA Pediatrics, 26 September 2022

2 thoughts on “Red Cross: “We Don’t Label Blood Products As Containing Vaccinated Or Unvaccinated Blood As The Covid-19 Vaccine Does Not Enter The Bloodstream”

  1. Bix Post author

    Judicial Watch submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Department of Health and Human Services for information that Pfizer submitted to FDA.

    They received 466 pages.

    I’m looking at biodistribution of mRNA post-injection in rats.

    “Outside the injection site, low levels of radioactivity were detected in most tissues. … Over 48 hours, the LNP distributed mainly to liver, adrenal glands, spleen and ovaries.”

    I’m looking at a chart post-injection to rats. They found LNP in adipose tissue, adrenal glands, bladder, bone, brain, eyes, heart, kidneys, large and small intestines, liver, lungs, lymph nodes, muscle, ovaries, pancreas, pituitary gland, prostate, salivary glands, and skin, beginning 25 minutes after injection and on for days later.

    So, yes, the mRNA does indeed travel to most organs, through blood, almost immediately.

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