Legislation being proposed in Montana, USA, would ban people who had been injected with a covid “vaccine” from donating blood or organs. The bill would also ban people who have high-count spike proteins from “long covid.”
Proponents said the bill was about medical autonomy and the right to receive blood from donors that had not been vaccinated against covid. Other supporters of the bill said that blood recipients should not have to worry about adverse effects in an emergency.
Representative Greg Kmetz, the sponsor of the bill, said he’s spoken with constituents who said they didn’t want “vaccinated blood making a patient’s health situation even worse.”
In addition to creating a severe shortage of blood in the state, opponents of the bill said there’s no way to test blood for both long covid or the “vaccines.”
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