While America is busy focusing on the situation in Afghanistan, there is still a silent war taking place right here in the U.S. The war on COVID-19 and those who would rather wait to get vaccinated. Since taking office, President Joe Biden has made it his sole purpose to get a majority, if not all, of American citizens, vaccinated. Although he might have been optimistic in the beginning, just like any other problem he’s faced, Biden has constantly stumbled. Still, with the left pushing the vaccine so hard, apparently, one hospital is now removing people off the transplant list if they refuse to get vaccinated. 


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First reported by a Seattle Conservative radio host, Jason Rantz, the hospital in Washington is now kicking numerous patients off of the transplant list if they don’t follow the new vaccine mandate. One patient, 64-year-old Sam Allen, came forward, saying “The cardiologist called me, and we had a discussion, and he informed me that, ‘Well, you’re going to have to get a vaccination to get a transplant.’ And I said, ‘Well that’s news to me and nobody’s ever told me that before.’ And he says, ‘Yeah, that’s our policy.'”

It appears nothing else was said, but Allen soon received a letter from the hospital, stating, “Your name has been removed from the waitlist at the University of Washington Medical Center. This was done in follow-up to your recent conversation with providers regarding the heart transplant selection committee’s concerns about compliance with COVID-19-related policies and recommendations.”


Wanting to get to the bottom of the story, Rantz reached out to the hospital, where they didn’t deny taking people off the list, but refused to say that it was their official policy. Still, Rantz pointed out that it has happened to numerous patients, making it appear to be some sort of policy. “After emails from several patients [told] the same story of being denied or threatened with denial of treatment over COVID vaccine refusal, it seemed likely that there was a policy.”