A whistleblowing military doctor has testified that the U.S. military’s own data show that deaths of personnel from COVID vaccines exceed deaths from COVID itself.
The whistleblower was also contacted by a superior officer the night before she testified, and was told not to share her findings about the DoD’s Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) during the March 10 hearing, reports American Greatness.
Among the things uncovered by Dr. Theresa Long, a flight surgeon who holds a master’s degree in Public Health and is specially trained in the DMED: Certain disorders spiked after the vaccine mandate went into effect, including miscarriages and cancers, and neurological problems increased by a staggering 1000 percent, many among trained pilots with rigorous physical fitness standards.
The revelations came as Liberty Counsel, the law firm representing thirty members of the military who are contesting the military vaccine mandate, returned to federal court to defend the preliminary injunction Judge Steven Merryday granted two military plaintiffs that allowed them to avoid the military vaccine mandate. The Department of Defense (DoD) asked the judge to set aside the injunction while the case was on appeal.
Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver said in an interview with Daniel Horowitz of The Blaze on March 14 that there have been three hearings in the case, and that the DoD has not yet offered a single witness. The government “sends these declarations” Instead of witnesses, Staver explained. He reported that the judge has urged them to bring live witnesses to court to be cross examined, but they refuse to do it.
“So they send these declarations that some JAG attorney writes, and somebody in the military signs off on them.”
Staver said that the information the DoD has been presenting in court is “outdated, wrong, and would really be subject to dismantling under cross examination.” He added that cross examinations of his witnesses have only made their case stronger. “So they really don’t have anything to cross examine our witnesses with,” he said.
Staver told Horowitz that Judge Merryday has told the DoD lawyers to their faces that they have “a frail case,” and are “acting as though they are above the law.”