Richard Hirschman Embalmer Funeral Director Shows Massive Unique Blood Clots


About a week and a half ago I posted this video with Richard Hirschman, the whistleblower embalmer and funeral director who blew the whistle on the massive numbers of HUGE blood clots in the last year. These are not normal blood clots as you'll see in this video.

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5 comments on “Richard Hirschman Embalmer Funeral Director Shows Massive Unique Blood Clots”

  1. i am seeking 2nd and 3rd witnesses to "Richard Hirschman Embalmer Funeral Director Shows Massive Unique Blood Clots".

    Are there any in this whole wide world?

  2. looks like a polymer
    A polymer is a substance or material consisting of very large molecules, or macromolecules, composed of many repeating subunits. Due to their broad spectrum of properties, both synthetic and natural polymers play essential and ubiquitous roles in everyday life.

    1. I agree Dr Kern,
      The most sensible explanation that I can see is nano particles which coagulate, irritating the blood vessels causing inflammation and blood clots.

  3. Hi there. I became aware of the "blood clot" problem rather early in the game. I am afraid that at this point there is no cure for the Covid jab but I believe symptoms may be treated and prolong death. I would like to contact Richard Hirschman if you could give me his phone number because I am interested in testing a method I have in mind that may dissolve the clots. Perhaps Richard could conduct a preliminary trial run on some clots. It may save (prolong) lives.

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