We have been hearing of adverse reactions to the covid-19 vaccination for years now, but the narrative has been consistent throughout that "the risk of the vaccine is better than severe disease or death." On August 11, 2022, the CDC came out with updated guidelines and talks of a departmental overhaul due to a lot of criticism of the handling of the pandemic.
Here are the new guidelines: https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2022/p0811-covid-guidance.html
A lot has changed over the past couple of months, and a major change is the protocol for vaccinated versus unvaccinated individuals is not different. The CDC is finally recognizing #naturalimmunity and embracing old and consistent science. While President #Biden still continues to fight in court that #federal employees must be #vaccinated or terminated, these mandates are losing steam and losing in court. See the Navy Times last week: https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2022/04/04/navy-pauses-actions-against-religious-covid-19-vaccine-refusers/
The Navy has paused its efforts to separate and discipline sailors who refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine on religious grounds following a federal judge’s order in Texas last week.
Nobody could have predicted the pandemic. A lot of mistakes were made, and unfortunately, that cost some people their lives, families, livelihood, business, and created a huge crisis in mental health. Whether you are labeled a conspiracy theorist, right-winged, or left-winged loon, I think we all need a little more #transparency from the medical community on vaccine effectiveness and the side effects that have come with them and or deaths. Below is an Army medical officer's findings after studying #DOD data. It is troubling that he is being reprimanded for doing his job and, frankly, what he took an oath to do.
A data glitch is an easy excuse. Technology fails, and people can also interpret data wrong. It happens all of the time. Having said that, Dr. Bashaw took it upon himself to go through VAERS Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System and found the same troubling details of an increase in reports of cancers, myocarditis, and pericarditis; as well as some other diseases like male infertility, tumors, a lung disease caused by blood clots, and HIV. It is clear that our government is not going to be honest with us, it's time for more whistleblowers in the medical community to find their voices and not be punished for it. I think we can all agree that Big Pharma has made enough money.
A medical Army officer who discovered a sudden increase in disease coinciding with reports of side effects alongside COVID-19 vaccines—which the Army has dismissed as a data glitch—said he faces involuntary separation after being convicted but not punished for disobeying COVID-19 protocol.
In January 2022, First Lt. Mark Bashaw, a preventive medicine officer at the Army, started noticing some “alarming signals” within the defense epidemiological database.
The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), which tracks disease and injuries of 1.3 million active component service members, showed during the pandemic a significant increase in reports of cancers, myocarditis, and pericarditis; as well as some other diseases like male infertility, tumors, a lung disease caused by blood clots, and HIV, Bashaw said.
All these illnesses are listed in FDA documentation as potential adverse reactions associated with COVID-19 vaccines, Bashaw told EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program in an interview on Aug. 1.
Seeing increases in cases of these illnesses as high as 50 percent or 100 percent in some situations, Bashaw stepped forward as a whistleblower to raise concerns about his findings.
Bashaw’s whistleblower declaration, submitted to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) who is facilitating the sharing of information from early investigations of COVID-19 products with Congress, said he saw the increasing incidence of these disorders observed in DMED as “very troubling.”
Specifically, the number of cancer cases among active service members in 2021 nearly tripled in comparison with the average number of cancer instances per year from 2016 to 2020, Bashaw said in his declaration. Bashaw’s responsibilities as a preventive medicine officer, with a specialty in entomology, include “participating in fact-finding inquiries and investigations to determine potential public health risk to DoD [Department of Defense] personnel from diseases caused by insects and other non-battle related injuries.”
A week after this information was brought out in January in a “COVID-19: Second Opinion” roundtable organized by Johnson, the data in DMED changed, Bashaw said, and all of these troubling spikes in diseases and injuries “seemed to have disappeared and been realigned with previous years.”
Curiously, the glitch didn’t affect the data from 2021, which remained the same. Instead, the corrected data saw the data for prior years increased, which made the 2021 data look normal and in line with the running average, Bashaw explained.
In response to the whistleblower claims, spokesperson for the health agency of the Department of Defense Peter Graves told The Epoch Times that the data in DMED “was incorrect for the years 2016-2020,” so the system was taken offline to correct the root cause of the data corruption, which didn’t impact data from 2021.
After the roundtable, Johnson sent three letters to the Department of Defense (DoD) requesting an explanation of the sudden increase in medical diagnosis and the changes in the DMED data.
“The concern is that these increases may be related to the COVID-19 vaccines that our servicemen and women have been mandated to take,” Johnson said in one of his letters.
The senator also sent a letter to the technology company that manages DMED asking for clarification of all data integrity issues uncovered in the database.
Although Johnson received some responses from the tech company, there has not been still a “solid, rational explanation” as to why a glitch occurred in the database and what it was, Bashaw said.
After the glitch, Bashaw pulled out data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) for injuries related to viral vaccines to compare to his findings on DMED. He compared the average of the last 24 years to data for 2021 and found an eleven-fold increase in the number of suspected adverse incidents reported in 2021.
“I compared it to the average of the last 24 years, it’s a 1,100 percent increase in 2021. And the only difference we had in 2021 was the rollout of these experimental emergency use authorized COVID-19 vaccines,” Bashaw said.
VAERS is managed by agencies of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and serves as “a national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines,” according to HHS’s website.
Though reporting to VAERS is voluntary for individuals, “healthcare professionals are required to report certain adverse events, and vaccine manufacturers are required to report all adverse events that come to their attention,” the website says. However, non-professionals are also able to make entries.