The claim centers around the fact that AB plasma is preferred as a donor, since it does not contain any antibodies to other blood types, while O plasma contains antibodies to other blood types. (As I always understood it, it may contain antibodies to other blood types, which is why, though AB+ is technically the "universal recipient", doctors still want AB+ blood for AB+ recipients, since O- whole blood has both the red blood cells and plasma. As an AB+, I'm always in demand to donate my blood, but I've never been asked to donate for plasma purposes)This article discusses compelling—and very nearly conclusive—evidence of Ebola fraud in the United States. The evidence we now have indicates, by force of deductive logic, that it cannot possibly be true that Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were both incompatible with Thomas Eric Duncan for plasma transfusion purposes.
There's a long argument involving patients who have received plasma from recovered Ebola patients, while others received whole blood. There's no logic chart, which doesn't help the clarity of the author's argument. Debunkers may wish to do their own.