Man Gets Pig Heart Transplant Because He Didn’t Want to Die

Bartley P. Griffith, MD and patient, David Bennett

This could be a very good solution to the deadly heart problems caused by the safe and effective coronavirus vaccines.

We can replace human hearts with pig hearts.


An American hospital patient in the state of Maryland is reportedly in stable condition just days after he received an experimental pig heart transplant as a last resort.

David Bennett, 57, consented to the experimental transplant after realizing it was his final shot at surviving terminal heart disease due to his ineligibility to receive a human heart.

It was either die or do this transplant. I want to live. I know it’s a shot in the dark, but it’s my last choice,” he said before the surgery took place.

While the experiment appears to have been successful, with Bennett breathing on his own just three days after the operation, he remains connected to a heart-lung machine and his condition will continue to be monitored for several weeks.

“This organ transplant demonstrated for the first time that a genetically-modified animal heart can function like a human heart without immediate rejection by the body,” said the University of Maryland School of Medicine, whose scientists performed the procedure.

Everyone should have an ever-expanding list titled “I’d Rather Die Than:” and aim to make it as long as possible.

This whole “fear of death” thing is so tiresome. It makes people so easy to manipulate. The most blatant example these days is the whole vax thing, where you have an important number of people taking dose after dose because they’re scared of dying, but you also have some people on the other side who avoid the so-called vaccines because they think the injections are going to kill them.

How about we avoid the injections because we’re at war and we’re not going to let the enemy win?

How about we die as men instead of half-men, half-pigs?

Is that too much to ask?