The New Zealand government is threatening to take a baby away from a young couple because they have made a perfectly reasonable request to a hospital: When the doctors perform heart surgery on their infant son, they want assurances that any blood transfusion will only come from people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. Again – that’s a reasonable request that the hospital would easily be able to accommodate. Instead of meeting that request, the medical community and the New Zealand government are threatening to take the baby away from them.
The baby’s name is Will Savage-Reeves. People on social media have taken to calling him “Baby Will.” Baby Will has pulmonary valve stenosis and he needs surgery to repair the condition. After learning about the situation with Baby Will, at least 20 unvaccinated people have offered to donate their untainted blood for the surgery. The parents, Samantha and Cole, have strong convictions and they do not want their baby receiving a transfusion of vaccinated blood under any circumstance.
Whether you might agree or disagree with Samantha and Cole is irrelevant. They’ve made this medical request for their baby, and they have numerous unvaccinated volunteers willing to donate blood for Baby Will’s surgery. Why not accommodate that request, even if you’re a doctor and you think it’s a bit quirky or even if you think it’s crazy? We’ll get to that in a second.
Health New Zealand has responded to the parents’ request by going to court in Auckland and demanding that the government take over guardianship of Baby Will. That way, Baby Will can get the life-saving surgery that he needs, and they can inject him with the blood of a vaccinated person. If that seems reasonable to you – taking a baby away from his parents rather than accommodating a simple medical request – then we would like to respectfully note that you are a #%&@*^ Nazi.
Do the parents have a point in being concerned about a blood transfusion? Maybe they do and maybe they don’t, if we’re being perfectly honest. If you want to base decisions on scientific evidence, the truth is that we don’t have any evidence – one way or another – on this issue. We haven’t gotten that far into this multi-year, catastrophic debacle yet to know the answer.
Maybe a blood transfusion from a vaccinated person is perfectly safe. However, we know that spike proteins are shed from mothers to infants through breast milk and can make a newborn sick. That’s been scientifically proven.
We know that the shots are far more dangerous than any other “vaccine” that has ever been mass tested on humans. Even if you’re a very fat and diabetic 85-year-old person with only one kidney, you’re still better off simply catching COVID and taking over-the-counter allergy medicines like Claritin than you are with getting the shots. Again – this is scientifically proven.
We know that there’s a major fertility problem with the so-called vaccines. The spike proteins especially seem to attack the ovaries and sperm counts, which has led to an average 15% plunge in national birth rates in most of the heavily vaccinated countries. Young women are now lying about their vaccination status on their online dating profiles, because potential suitors correctly view them as a pregnancy risk. A vaccinated woman is far more likely to now be unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. This is incredibly sad… but it’s also true.
But maybe blood transfusions from a vaccinated person are perfectly safe.
I mean, I wouldn’t want one. There’s no evidence one way or another on this issue, because no one has done any research on it yet. But if you want a blood transfusion from a vaccinated person, knock yourself out. I’ll just be over not getting one of those transfusions until we know more.
The medical establishment is refusing to honor Samantha and Cole Savage-Reeves’ request for Baby Will for one simple reason. They actually have a strong suspicion that Samantha and Cole are right. And if they accommodate their request for Baby Will, it is a tacit admission that maybe there really is something wrong with the blood of unvaccinated people.
To learn more about ways that you can help Baby Will and his parents, go to the website Save Baby Will.