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COVIDictator Consequences: Military Medical Whistleblower Providing Alarming Statistics

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So, you’re talking to someone who’s skeptical about VAERS vaccine injury data, are you? How do they feel about the Military’s own medical database?

The military is a promising study group for tracking the medical implications of different practices or initiatives. The sample size is significant, and because of the military’s own role in the billing and coding of veterans’ medical care, it’s easier to draw correlations between cause and effect.

Let’s start with the key takeaway that all the data we will look at points to.

DMED is quite literally an epidemiological surveillance program designed for the express purpose of detecting surges in illness and injury to make sure the military is combat-ready. It’s about national security even more than public health. Why would the military not have blown the whistle and warned the CDC right away about this data? On the military health system website, the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division (AFHSD) is described as “the central epidemiologic resource for the U.S. Armed Forces, conducting medical surveillance to protect those who serve our nation in uniform and allies who are critical to our national security interests.” — Blaze

From the fact sheet:

DMSS contains up-to-date and historical data on diseases and medical events (e.g., hospitalizations, ambulatory visits, reportable diseases, immunizations, HIV tests, etc.) and longitudinal data relevant to personnel characteristics and deployments for all active and reserve component service members. DMED provides remote access to a subset of data contained within the DMSS (only data on active component service members). The DMED application provides a user-friendly interface through which users may perform queries regarding medical health care, including disease and injury rates and relative burdens of disease, for active component service members. DMED provides access to four types of data: demographic, hospitalization, ambulatory and reportable events data. —PDF

Senator Ron Johnson held a roundtable discussion entitled ‘COVID-19: A Second Opinion’, This 5-hour block of raw footage shows the entire event, which begins about 40 minutes in.

At that meeting, Ohio attorney Thomas Renz was one of the speakers. He is representing clients who have filed suit against the vax mandates, and he brought attention to the data in that DMED reporting.

According to Renz, it was the actual clinical experience of the three named doctors and several unnamed doctors that led them to investigate DMED, and their discoveries reflected their experience treating patients with ailments extremely unusual to healthy, young soldiers since the rollout of the vaccines.

I have spoken to one of the whistleblowers who attests to being gravely concerned with seeing young soldiers with sudden metastatic cancers, auto-immune diseases, and heart and circulatory disorders that have caused many soldiers to drop out of various training programs. “These doctors were motivated to explore DMED data due to the numbers of case increases they were seeing empirically,” said the whistleblower, who served in the military for many years. “Some physicians throughout the force (all branches) have been intimidated by commands not to perform the full spectrum of testing and adhere to the regulations, which implicitly direct full workups for EUA vaccination adverse reactions. It will require other military physicians to step forward and share experiences to fully ascertain the enormity of these allegations and engender an investigation to the fullest extent.”

What was the actual reporting?

Renz said three Department of Defense whistleblowers—Lt. Col. Theresa Long, Dr. Samuel Sigoloff, and Lt. Colonel Peter Chambers—have provided stunning inside data about vaccine injuries.

“All three have given me this data in declarations that stated this is under penalty of perjury,” Renz said. “We intend to submit this to the courts.

According to the whistleblowers, miscarriages and cancers have increased by about 300 percent in the past year over the five year average.

Incredibly, the doctors said the data shows a 1000 percent increase in neurological problems, which as Renz noted, affects pilots. — OhioStar

Miscarriages? Nerological problems? Sounds pretty serious. Anything else?

Well, there’s this list. Seems like it might be newsworthy.

Aside from the spike in miscarriage diagnoses (ICD code O03 for spontaneous abortions), there was an almost 300% increase in cancer diagnoses (from a five-year average of 38,700 per year to 114,645 in the first 11 months of 2021). There was also a 1,000% increase in diagnosis codes for neurological issues, which increased from a baseline average of 82,000 to 863,000!

Some other numbers he did not mention at the hearing but gave to me in the interview are the following:

myocardial infarction –269% increase
Bell’s palsy – 291% increase
congenital malformations (for children of military personnel) – 156% increase
female infertility – 471% increase
pulmonary embolisms – 467% increase — TheBlaze

Sure would be nice to have some transparency.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck

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