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Defense Medical Epidemiology Database Leak


On January 24, 2022 Attorney Thomas Renz testified before the the Senator Ron Johnson led covid roundtable on behalf of Lt. Col. Theresa Long, MD, Dr. Samuel Sigoloff, and Dr. Peter Champers. The three Military Doctors were coming forward as whistleblowers. They were there to talk about a data leak from (DMED) Defense Medical Epidemiology Database which is a Armed Forces Health Surveillance Database. It contains current and historic data on diseases, medical events, and data on Military personal. The database only applied to DOD personal and can only be entered by medical providers. The data gathered showed the yearly average between 2016 and 2020 and then compared it to the 10 months period from January to November of 2021. Here are some of the findings: - Acute Myocardial Infarction (heart attack) went from a five-year average of 612 cases to 1,650 in 2021. That is a 269% increase. - Acute Pericarditis rose 175%, going from a five-year average of 589 to 1,029 cases.

Acute Myocarditis went from a five-year average of 127 cases to 363 cases in 2021. That is a 285% increase. - Pulmonary Embolism cases went from a five-year average of 746 to 3,489 cases from January to November of 2021. That is an astounding 467% increase in cases. - Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (a rare blood clotting disorder that can cause uncontrollable bleeding went from a 7.9 yearly average to 87 cases. That is an increase of 1,175%. - HIV went from 454 cases on average to 2,681 cases in 2021. That is a 590% increase. - Reports of chest pain averaged 4,892 in the yearly average and rose to 74,813 cases in 10 months of 2021. That is an outrages 1,529% increase. - Dyspnea (trouble breathing went from a five-year average of 4,968 to 44,980. That is an increase of 905%. - A continued breakdown of the same five-year average versus January to November is 2021 cases for other diseases looked as follows: Cerebral Infarction rose 393% going from 312 to 3,428. Bell's Palsy increased by 291%. Guillain-Barre Syndrome rose 250%. The list of diseases continues on and on and all all increase by 250% or higher. Documents released in October of 2021 revealed a 158 page (RMP) titled Comirnaty (Covid-19 mNRA Vaccine) Risk Management Plan details plans to US Department of Defense data to track US Service Members response to the vaccines. A document titled "Pharmacovigilance Plan" highlights the study of C4591011, a look into how personal within the DOD and their family members on how myocarditis and pericarditis effect those who have taken Pfizer's BioNTech vaccine. The DOD agreed to provide periodic safety reports after the EUA vaccine has been licensed. EUA are still the only vaccines being used on service members and seems to indicate that the United States Armed Forces have been used as a large study group for over a year. Comirnaty was given BLA licensing by the FDA on August 23, 2021 and withdrew it on the same day. Secretary of Defense Loyd Austin announced mandatory vaccines on August 24 based on the licensing despite it being withdrawn before the announcement. Austin Loyd owns more than 29,00 shares of Tenant Healthcare Corp stock. This is a company that made a ton of money of the Pfizer vaccine. In the mean time, hundreds of service members have been discharged and many more barred from reenlisting because they refused to get vaccinated.


Written by guest writer Chris Turner

Source: Proof from DOD database of adverse events of covid vax (rumble.com)