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DOD Whistleblower Goes Public, Calls for Investigation Into New COVID Vaccine Injury Data

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By Suzanne Burdick, Ph.D.

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) whistleblower who in March released a trove of data from a Pentagon medical database showing a spike in myocarditis cases in the military in 2021, following the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, went public this week.

Lt. Ted Macie, an active-duty Navy medical service corps officer, also revealed new data on COVID-19 vaccine injuries among service members and called on lawmakers to hold the Pentagon accountable.

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Another source of information, concerning adverse events and/or injuries following injections, has been the website called Open Vaers.

Based on cross referencing data over time, for example, during the past few years, in countries that have had the highest rates of vaccine participation, the number of virus cases continued to increase.

For example, whereas as of June 21, 2021, when Canada’s vaccine participation rate was about 68%, the number of virus cases that country had recorded was 1,408,836, as of May 5, 2023, Canada recorded 4,640,341 virus cases. (Statista & Our World in Data)

As of May 2023, Canada’s vaccine participation rate was about 90%. From the Spring of 2022 until December of that year, Canada vaccine participation rate was 88%. Most of those who had gotten injected received at least two doses of the mRNA vaccine.

Statista is an award winning service whose clients include governments and corporations.

According to VAERs and EudraVigilance of the European Medicines Agency, since December 2020, when the mRNA vaccine was brought to the public, there have been several millions of adverse events following injections.

The Lazarus-Pilgrim study (Harvard University) indicated that about 1% of adverse events following vaccine injections were reported to VAERS.

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