Our government tells us everything they’re doing is for our “health” and “safety.”
All the mask and vax mandates are in place to keep us all safe, so they say, even though people who are triple vaccinated are getting and spreading the COVID virus.
So, how does that make any sense? That’s what many people are asking, as they watch tyrannical mandates sweep across blue states and cities.
And a new story is getting a lot of attention.
A 31-year-old Massachusetts father was just removed from the “heart transplant list” because he’s not vaccinated.
He’s very ill right now.
Daily Mail reported that a Boston hospital has taken a gravely ill 31-year-old father-of-two off the donor list for a heart transplant because he ‘does not believe’ in the COVID vaccine.
DJ Ferguson, who has a hereditary heart condition that causes his lungs and heart to fill with blood and fluid, was denied the life-saving organ transplant by Boston Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
The hospital said it removed Ferguson from the donor list because all transplant recipients need to get the vaccine in order to ‘create both the best chance for successful operation and also the patient’s survival after transplantation.’
However, Ferguson’s father, David, said getting vaccinated is ‘kind of against his basic principles’ and that his son ‘doesn’t believe in it.’
‘I think my boy is fighting pretty damn courageously and he has integrity and principles he really believes in and that makes me respect him all the more… It’s his body. It’s his choice.’
The hospital, which has a list of protocols for transplant candidates that includes a ban on lifestyle choices like smoking and alcohol, said requiring the COVID vaccine is common at many medical center’s throughout the country.
The mortality rate for transplant recipients who fall ill with COVID is more than 20 percent, according to UCHealth.
My God, this is horrific.
What are we doing as a society?
It’s stomach-turning what the medical community has turned into over a virus with a 99.8 survival rate.
Ferguson’s family is considering transferring him to another hospital, but his wife said that he may be too weak to move.
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