Colorado resident Leilani Lutali joins Renz in his program to share her first-hand experience of this medical violence. The Associated Press (AP) reports that Lutali, who has a stage five renal disease, has been prohibited by a hospital from undergoing a kidney transplant operation.
The 56-year-old objects to COVID-19 vaccination as fetal cell lines were used to develop the shots. "As a Christian, I can't support anything that has to do with abortion of babies. [The] sanctity of life for me is precious," Lutali tells AP.
Renz notes that Lutali's friend Jaimee Fougner has offered to donate her kidney, and is found to be a compatible donor. He says: "You get a person in desperate need of a kidney, and a person who's willing to give a kidney. Well, the healthcare system in Colorado has decided that it's going to keep them safe – by not giving [Lutali] a kidney transplant. I'm not sure how that's keeping anybody safe."
Lutali tells Renz: "Both donors and recipients need to receive the [COVID-19] shot in order to move forward with the transplant." She adds that Fougner herself refuses to get the vaccine "for her reasons in terms of being a woman of faith." Lutali also reiterates why she will not get the injection as "a person of faith and … [one] who appreciates the sanctity of life."
"Seeing how this shot was developed and tested back in the 1970s using fetal line tissue cells, I couldn't bring myself to take the shot. The studies that we had both done, and some of the data that we had researched, didn't make me feel good about what the outcomes could be for me as a post-transplant patient with that particular shot," Lutali says.
According to Renz, the situation faced by Lutali and Fougner constitutes religious discrimination and violates the Hippocratic Oath medical professionals have sworn to uphold. (Related: Doctors, hospitals are now refusing to treat unvaccinated patients.)
"They're willing to kill you and force you to do something that you don't want to do. They're coercing you into an experimental shot. Neither you nor your donor believe that this is morally acceptable, but the hospital doesn't care about that," Renz says.
Lutali agrees with the lawyer's remarks, adding that she has even proposed some workarounds to the hospital's policy. "The religious exemption, they give that to their employees. Yet for myself, I was told that was not an option because I was a kidney transplant patient," she says. Even Lutali's natural immunity following a bout of COVID-19 in July 2021 was not considered.
"I felt like every door that I tried to knock on and open was immediately closed without really any thought given to it. It was 'take the shot or you don't get your transplant.' I guess playing politics with people's health just doesn't set well with me," she continues.
Lutali then points out to Renz the double standards of hospitals. "I've come to a place where I'm starting to understand that this really doesn't have anything to do with my health. Because if this was about health, people that were being added to transplant lists would be denied for having been smokers at some point, having been obese or having any number of issues. But people can still get those transplants with those issues. I just can't get the transplant because I refuse the COVID-19 shot," she says.
Renz agrees with his guest on the matter of COVID-19 vaccines having nothing to do with people's health. "The vaccines don't have anything to do with anybody's health," he says. He then quotes remarks from Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Back in August 2021, Walensky said during an interview that fully vaccinated people who contract SARS-CoV-2 can still transmit the virus. "What vaccines can't do anymore is prevent transmission," she said at the time. The CDC director also suggested that those living with unvaccinated people should mask up when indoors.
"Well, why in God's name would you want to get it, then? It's not approved, it's not safe, it's not effective, it doesn't do anything. This isn't about life. They don't even care if they kill you, they just want to control you. It's only about control [and] this is the most unbelievable example of that," Renz says. (Related: Stew Peters slams medical violence in the hospital system – Brighteon.TV.)
The Brighteon.TV host concludes: "I really want people to see this isn't about safety. This is about money, this is about power, this is about control. There's a war being waged against the American people, and there's no better example of this on the planet than the fact that they're denying transplants to people like Leilani [Lutali]."
MedicalViolence.com has more stories about hospitals discriminating against Leilani Lutali and other unvaccinated organ transplant patients.