Back in March this year the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 against Navy Seals being entitled to a religious exemption for COVID-19 vaccine mandates. One of the whistleblowers in the case was Lt. Col. Peter Chambers, a 38-year career military commander. He is a Green Beret Commander having served in the Special Forces, and he is a military doctor, serving as a Flight Surgeon and combat medic. He has earned the Purple Heart and Bronze Star Medal, as well as other military awards for his service. Lt. Col. Peter Chambers became a whistleblower after suffering neurological issues following mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, and seeing similar vaccine injuries in other soldiers, including: strokes, blood clots, cerebral bleeding, and various neurological injuries. He began to research vaccine injuries following the COVID-19 vaccines that were mandated for service members, in the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) sponsored by the DOD. Now, Just the News is reporting that Dr. Chambers and other military medical doctor whistleblowers can no longer depend upon the data in DMED because "[The] DOD took down, edited and restored the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database earlier this year after whistleblowers including Chambers testified on the reported spike (in vaccine injuries) in a legal challenge." It appears to be a forgone conclusion now that our military is "being decimated" by COVID-19 vaccine injuries ...
Dr. Chambers had joined Dr. Theresa Long, another military doctor who is also a flight surgeon, in a lawsuit filed by Attorney Thomas Renz against the U.S. Military’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination program.
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