One whistleblower lawyer, Tom Renz, said the result was that the military underreported cases of vaccine injuries by about 20 million…
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A group of military doctors said they no longer trust the Defense Department’s medical database and accused top officials of downplaying injuries sustained from mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, according to Just The News.
Lt. Col. Peter Chambers said miscarriages, myocarditis and cancer cases have increased among service members over the past year, starting when the Biden administration mandated that all active duty members be vaccinated against COVID-19.
But when he came forward to testify about these spikes, the DOD took down and edited its medical database. One whistleblower lawyer, Tom Renz, said the result was that the military underreported cases of vaccine injuries by about 20 million.
Chambers accused the DOD of changing many of the diagnoses that he would have used to assign vaccine injuries to service members.
While he was working with the Texas National Guard, for example, Chambers said he began observing highly unusual problems in “a healthy population that should not be seeing these things,” including myocarditis and “brain bleeds.” The DOD, however, would not allow him to attribute these cases to the COVID-19 vaccine.
He also said that he developed negative symptoms, including demyelination, after receiving the Moderna vaccine in January 2021, which is why he began paying attention to possible vaccine injuries in other people.
Military personnel have tried to overturn the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate with no success. In January, a federal judge struck down an effort from service members to challenge the mandate.