US defense database DMED tracked exploding number of vaccine-related injuries
When US Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) held a hearing on vaccine safety in January this year, a number of DOD whistleblowers stepped forward with alarming data. They shared data from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) which tracks every illness of military members.
Published: February 7, 2022, 11:47 am
The purpose of gathering such data is expressly to spot adverse health trends that could affect combat readiness. It is therefore accurate, complete and designed for early detection.
Lawyer Thomas Renz reported on five years of data during the hearing which showed an alarming rise in medical problems related to Covid vaccines. The whistleblowers stepped forward because their superiors had ignored the problem. Renz plans to pursue the matter in a US federal court.
Arguably, the DMED is the best epidemiological database in the world and since neither Pfizer nor Moderna is able to provide better data, this upward trend related to vaccine injury must be cause for great concern.
In a declaration under penalty of perjury, the three military physicians Samuel Sigoloff, Peter Chambers, and Theresa Long, exposed the 300 percent increase in DMED codes registered for miscarriages in the military in 2021 over the five-year average. The five-year average has been 1499 codes for miscarriages per year, but during the first 10 months of 2021, it shot up to 4 182.
The same trend was seen in spiking cancer cases, from a five-year average of 38 700 per year to 114 645 in the first 11 months of 2021, coinciding with the vaccine. And reported neurological disorders increased by an incredible 1000 percent.
DoD suddenly discovers a ‘glitch’ after the hearing
A spokesman for the Defense Health Agency has explained the alarming data by a “glitch” in their own epidemiological surveillance system, with no details as to how a “glitch” could have escaped the competent and well-paid staff for the last five years.
The “glitch” curiously stopped plaguing DMED in January 2021, but it was never detected until Thomas Renz testified before Senator Johnson.
The data was downloaded by several named and unnamed military physicians and they signed a sworn affidavit blaming the mass vaccination campaign for the increase in ailments. These ailments are similar to what German doctors have seen.
– Hypertension – 2 181 percent increase
– Diseases of the nervous system – 1 048 percent increase
– Malignant neoplasms of esophagus – 894 percent increase
– Multiple sclerosis – 680 percent increase
– Malignant neoplasms of digestive organs – 624 percent increase
– Guillain-Barre syndrome – 551 percent increase
– Breast cancer – 487 percent increase
– Demyelinating – 487 percent increase
– neoplasms of thyroid and other endocrine glands – 474 percent increase
– Female infertility – 472 percent increase
– Pulmonary embolism – 468 percent increase
– Migraines – 452 percent increase
– Ovarian dysfunction – 437 percent increase
– Testicular cancer – 369 percent increase
– Tachycardia – 302 percent increase
“One would think this data would be the biggest national news story for the ensuing week, but the revelation was met with radio silence. Then, late Monday night, PolitiFact finally drops its obligatory ‘fact-check’ and posts the first and only response from a defense official. Shockingly, they validate the data, but suggest without cause that somehow the 2016-2020 data in the system was all a glitch,” noted Daniel Horowitz.
The DMED system has been taken offline to “identify and correct the root-cause of the data corruption”, but it may have been done to hide data manipulation. “This statement, taken at face value, is the equivalent of a political and national security nuclear bomb that requires immediate follow-up questions just to make sense of it, yet PolitiFact takes this absurdity at face value and goes on to rule the articles on the DMED data ‘false’.”
Suggesting that the entire military health surveillance system malfunctioned on every diagnostic code for five years in a row, is somewhat farfetched, to say the least. This very expensive database was purposely designed to give “military health officials unprecedented access to epidemiologic data on active component service members and tailored queries that respond in a timely and efficient manner”.
The Defense Health Agency chose not to put out a press release to inform the public of this grave issue and rather had it “fact-checked”.
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