Richard Hirschman, a funeral director with more than 20 years of professional experience, was the first American embalmer to raise the alarm about the unusual blood clots being found in dead bodies.
In this interview with The New American, Mr. Hirschman addresses the qualitative distinction between the novel clots that he began seeing in September 2021 and regular blood clots and post-mortem clots. Unlike the latter, the novel clots are much larger in size, fibrous, rubbery, elastic, and not easily dissolved. The embalmer also describes in detail why these clots are most likely pre-mortem, and addresses the “fact-checkers” who claim otherwise.
Given the fact that the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 is known to cause blood clotting and cause protein misfolding, Mr. Hirschman hypothesizes that Covid vaccines designed to teach body cells to make spike protein might contribute to the phenomenon.