A Pentagon medical database showed a spike in myocarditis in the military in 2021, which happened to occur after Biden ordered all military personnel to receive the vaccine.
The data became public earlier this year when a whistleblower released the data. A few months later, that whistleblower is going public.
Active duty Navy Medical Service Corps officer Lt. Ted Macie has seen enough and is using whistleblower protections to get the word out.
Macie hasn’t blown the whistle on the spike of myocarditis; he revealed a 147% increase in the rate of intentional self-harm incidents among service members.
From the Epoch Times:
The whistleblower is active-duty Navy Medical Service Corps officer Lt. Ted Macie. He has also revealed new data showing a substantial rise in accidents, assaults, self-harm, and suicide attempts in the military in 2021, compared to the average from 2016 to 2021.
This includes a 147 percent increase in intentional self-harm incidents among service members and an 828 percent increase in injuries from assaults.
Lt. Macie told The Epoch Times that he began “keeping an eye on” a defense medical database when another whistleblower alerted him to a rise in health-related incidents in the winter of 2021/2022.
The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) is a depository of all diagnoses—recorded using International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes—when an active service member is seen on or off base by a military or civilian provider. The database doesn’t include any personally identifiable information of service members.
The data showed a 130.5% increase in myocarditis, a 41.2% increase in blood clots in the lungs, and a 38.2% increase in issues associated with heart disease.
The Pentagon did respond to Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis), whom Lt. Macie gave a copy of the data to and confirmed it was accurate.
“If the data is correct, and is confirmed by [the Pentagon], more than just a stand-down needs to happen. Rising problems like self-harm, suicide attempts, accidents, and assault must be addressed immediately, not just the mess of [vaccine] injuries,” Macie said.
In February of 2023, the Army rescinded the vaccine mandate.