New Evidence of the Harm

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New Evidence of the Harm of Vaccines in the US Army

Ohio attorney Tom Renz issued a special notice
(https://bit.ly/3tQlx22) regarding his investigation on
the U.S. military’s data about the Wuhan coronavirus
(COVID-19) vaccine. His probe zeroed in on vaccine
injuries among service members, which the Department
of Defense (DoD) is covering up.
In a March 7 post (https://bit.ly/3sZUWjS) on his website,
the lawyer put forward “critical evidence related to COVID-19,
potential government corruption and the safety of our military
and citizens” amounting to almost 200 pages. With the assistance
of health freedom group Make Americans Free Again, Renz sought
to give the 200-page dossier to “every congressperson, governor,
state attorney general and as many other elected officials as
possible throughout the nation.”
“By putting this document in the hands of every previously mentioned
elected official, we are demanding they look at the facts and take
a stand,” wrote Renz. He also warned “every elected official and
person involved in COVID-19” that they will be put “on notice.”
The attorney continued that the dossier “helps arm We The People
with the ability to argue facts” in different public venues, such as
school board and town council meetings. He urged Americans
to “take this document, print it out, make copies and distribute
it to as many people as [they] can.”
The 193-page dossier included several documents, including
a presentation from the Food and Drug Administration showing
several categories of expected side effects after COVID-19
vaccination. It also included a DoD senior leader briefing document
that revealed one-fourth of active duty troops have not completed
their vaccination schedules. The document said these service
members are subject to being dismissed due to non-compliance.
Renz called for “accountability and redress of grievance” in his
special notice. He also issued a question to elected officials
reading the dossier: “Given the attached evidence of a cover-up
related to the danger of the COVID-19 ‘vaccines’ – will you stand
with our soldiers and the American people or with billionaires,
Big Pharma and special interests?”
Prior to his March 7 announcement, the attorney – who also hosts
“Lawfare with Tom Renz” on Brighteon.TV – presented this evidence
to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI). During a January 2022 roundtable
organized by the lawmaker, Renz cited data from the Defense Military
Epidemiological Database (DMED) showing an increase of almost
1,000 percent in vaccine injuries (https://bit.ly/3HZOCNt).
Renz pointed out that as per DMED data, miscarriages and cancers
following COVID-19 vaccination increased by 300 percent compared
to the five-year average within a year’s time. Neurological issues after
vaccination also increased from 82,000 to 863,000 within the same
time period. Johnson remarked that the increase in post-injection
neurological issues was a “ten-fold jump.”
The attorney also revealed the names of the three DOD whistleblowers
who provided him with data. “We’ve got three whistleblowers who
have given me permission at this point to share their names. All three
have given me this data; I have declaration from all three [that] this
data is under penalty of perjury. We intend to submit this to the
courts,” he told Johnson.
Renz named Lt. Col. Dr. Theresa Long, Dr. Samuel Sigoloff and Lt.
Col. Dr. Peter Chambers as the individuals responsible for providing
him the data.
“Yet, after we presented this data to Johnson and after he wrote
a letter to [Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin], the only response from
the DoD was to a ‘fact-checking’ organization stating that a glitch
occurred in this database affecting the data from 2016 to 2020,”
wrote Renz.
According to a DoD spokesman, the dramatic difference in vaccine
injury data stems from a “glitch” in the database. However, the DoD
adjusted the figures from 2016 to 2020 to make it consistent with
that of 2021 – following scrutiny. “The glitch then magically
repaired itself in 2021 despite the fact that the error went unnoticed,
until we shared this information in 2022,” the attorney stated.