Congress urged to look into spike in non-vaccine-related morbidities among military

Congress urged to look into spike in non-vaccine-related morbidities among military

Congress urged to look into spike in non-vaccine-related morbidities among military

Adverse health-related incidents among U.S. service members have been on the rise with the roll-out of the COVID-19 "vaccines" in 2021. Strangely, so have external cause morbidities – such as burns, accidents, self-inflicted harm, and other injuries.

Whistleblower and active-duty Navy Medical Service Corps officer, Lt. Ted Macie, went public on Sunday. After analyzing data on the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), he told The Epoch Times that "internal injuries like myocarditis (130%), tinnitus (42%), and cerebral infarction (stroke) (43.5%) are on the rise." The numbers surpassed the five-year average from 2016 to 2020.

Macie tells American Family News these increases were "expected side effects of the so-called vaccine" mandated by Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin in August 2021. But it's the rise in external cause morbidities (e.g., burns, accidents, self-inflicted harm, injuries that are not expected to be associated with the jab) that heightens his concern.

Earlier this week, he came forward with the newly discovered data. According to article, "the following incidents exhibited increases in 2021 above the five-year average: exposure to forces of nature (773%), water transport accidents (7,400%), land transport vehicle (526%), suicide attempts (33%), assault (828%), slipping, tripping, stumble and falls (471%), and intentional self-harm (147%)."

Macie says if his findings are true, "these problems must be addressed immediately – especially when you're dealing with increased attempts at suicide, assault, and intentional self-harm."

But with an increase in external cause morbidities unrelated to the adverse effects of a vaccine, he questions whether some of the incidents could have been improperly handled and misappropriated.

Time for a congressional inquiry

While Macie contends figuring that out should be "easy," he doesn't expect the powers-that-be to take the necessary steps to get to the bottom of this.

"[I understand that] nothing will move forward with the current establishment, and that people won't be held accountable or go to jail [for enforcing an illegal vaccine mandate]," he states. "So, there's no other option than to keep educating the populace through attending local events or alternative direct to consumer media like podcasts, X, Rumble, Truth, and others."

The Navy officer recalls his disappointment when he and other whistleblowers realized no "real action" would be taken after reaching out to members of the U.S. House in 2021 and coming up empty.

"The only way to make a change is from the ground up – and it's going to take a targeted, consistent effort and a willingness to expose the truth no matter which [political] party we're in or background we're from," he contends. "People have no choice but to educate themselves and their neighbors and to get active locally."

Still, he argues that a congressional inquiry "would create good optics for the politicians" at this point. "[And] the one positive about an inquiry is to put the administrative officials and Congress on notice, taking away the opportunity to say they don't know or play ignorant," he adds.

Lt. Macie emphasized that his views do not reflect those of the Department of Defense or the Department of the Navy.