Medical discrimination continues to permeate in healthcare across the United States.
If you reject Big Pharma’s medical experiment, you’re declared “unclean.”
We’re treading down a dark path where you won’t receive medical care without subjecting yourself to an experimental injection.
That goes for simple procedures to life or death surgeries.
Photo evidence from Colorado Medical Center shows the disturbing trend of denying healthcare to unvaccinated patients.
In this scenario, a kidney transplant was denied to an unvaccinated patient.
Here’s the latest:
Photo Evidence – University Of Colorado Medical Center Denying A Kidney Transplant Because Patient Has Not Been Vaccinated – Red State Nation https://t.co/zGSoXyzAYM
— Martha Washington (@2martha) October 6, 2021
UCHealth denies life saving treatment – kidney transplant – to El Paso County resident. See my FB live post @timgeitnercolorado pic.twitter.com/Z2r8D2VY4m
— Tim Geitner (@tgeitner) October 5, 2021
University of Colorado medical center denying a kidney transplant because patient has not been vaccinated pic.twitter.com/NSppNSKZsI
— AmericanUSMCWomanVet 🇺🇸 (@Arkypatriot) October 5, 2021
🚨University of Colorado medical center denying a kidney transplant because patient has not been vaccinated.
This is not how American institutions should be behaving… pic.twitter.com/FQ5vA76DJ9
— JMarie_America🇺🇸❤️ (@JMarie_America) October 6, 2021
“You will be inactivated on the list for non-compliance by not receiving the COVID vaccine. You will have 30 days to begin the vaccination series. If your decision is to refuse COVID vaccination you will be removed from the kidney transplant list.”
A concerned citizen called the University of Colorado Medical Center to inquire about the policy:
Retweet  I called the University of Colorado Medical Center to confirm that YUP they are denying kidney transplants if patients have not been vaccinated.
— BeeLady (@BeeLady17) October 6, 2021
Watch this news segment from 13 KRDO:
Red State Nation shared more info:
The University of Colorado medical center denied a kidney transplant because patient has not been vaccinated.
A Colorado Springs woman who is waiting on a life-saving kidney transplant is being taken off the transplant list at UCHealth.
Leilani Lutali has a willing donor, but both she and her potential donor are being taken off the list because they are both unvaccinated.
Lutali has stage five kidney disease and is in desperate need of a transplant. She claims she has already had covid, but won’t be getting vaccinated for religious reasons.
“I was the one that had to break the news to Leilani and we were just devastated that somebody could take her life away from her because of a vaccine,” potential donor Jaimee Fougner told KRDO.
Fougner and Lutali met at a bible study in January. They immediately hit it off, with Fougner planning on saving Lutali’s life with a kidney donation. But then, they got a letter in the mail from UCHealth on Sept. 28 telling them they were going to be taken off the list.
“It feels a little bit like my transplant is being held hostage and there’s only one decision that I’m being left with,” Lutali shared. “And there are other options that we could do, but there’s just been a hard-line drawn.”
Both Lutali and Fougner are passing on the shot because they don’t approve of the way they believe the vaccines were developed.
Dan Weaver, a spokesperson with UCHealth, shared a statement with KRDO saying he couldn’t comment on the specific case. Weaver did say transplant patients who contract COVID-19 face higher mortality rates.
“For those who test positive for COVID-19, the mortality death rate is about 1.6%. It’s even less if you consider the people who are infected but who don’t get tested or who are asymptomatic,” Weaver said. “For transplant patients who contract COVID-19, the mortality rate ranges from about 20% to more than 30%.”
As specific as this case got, Weaver linked to a study in the National Library of Medicine that found kidney transplants who contracted COVID-19 had a 21% mortality rate.
“This is why it is essential that both the recipient and the living donor be vaccinated and take other precautions prior to undergoing transplant surgery,” Weaver said. “Surgeries may be postponed until patients take all required precautions in order to give them the best chance at positive outcomes.”
Colorado State Rep. Tim Geitner shared the letter on social media, prompting a debate about transplant eligibility and vaccines. He posted a Facebook Live video Tuesday morning supporting them and questioning the policy since Lutali already has COVID antibodies after testing positive.
“It’s frustrating when someone finds themselves in what could be an end-of-life situation, and this is the requirement,” Geitner, a Republican from El Paso County representing House District 19 told KRDO. “Comply with this covid vaccine or best of luck. I don’t think that that’s a place where we want to be in the United States.”