Whistleblower Exposes Military’s Health Epidemic

In a shocking revelation that solidifies the suspicions of many, Gilbert Cisneros Jr., the Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, confirmed that 2021 saw a 151% surge in myocarditis cases among military personnel, reaching a total of 275. This damning statistic was earlier brought to light by a brave whistleblower and is sourced from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database.

However, the figures provided by Mr. Cisneros raise questions that aren’t easily dismissed. Cisneros presented the rates of myocarditis cases per 100,000 person-years, reporting a rate of 69.8% for those previously infected with C-19 and a significantly lower rate of 21.7% for the vaccinated individuals. These numbers led him to declare, “This suggests that it was more likely to be [C-19] infection and not C-19 vaccination that was the cause.”

This hastily drawn conclusion does little to alleviate concerns, especially considering that no data was presented for those who were vaccinated and later contracted the virus. Furthermore, the total rate of 20.6% implies that some military personnel weren’t included in the analysis, raising suspicions about the true picture of this troubling health scenario.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who has been investigating the inconsistencies and issues related to this database, challenged the methodology of reaching these numbers. He questioned Cisneros about the measures taken to account for service members who had both a prior C-19 infection and received the vaccination.

Johnson’s demand for a response by August 2 indicates his pressing concern over this matter. Dr. Peter McCullough, a noted cardiologist and president of the McCullough Foundation, also weighed in on this issue. He brought attention to an Israeli study that reported no increased risk of myocarditis in C-19 patients, contrary to the data presented by Cisneros.

Recall that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin imposed a controversial mandate for C-19 vaccines in 2021, only to be halted by Congress. Notably, military officials were the pioneers in raising concerns about a potential link between myocarditis and C-19 vaccinations.

These officials even went as far as to document a case of 22 healthy service members developing myocarditis within four days of receiving their shots. Since then, U.S. officials have reluctantly conceded that the vaccines might indeed be the cause of these myocarditis cases.

Johnson’s comments on this leak echo the sentiments of many concerned citizens, stating, “Without the whistleblower’s disclosure, I doubt DOD would have ever acknowledged that it provided incomplete information to my office in February 2022 and again in July 2022.” In the face of such alarming revelations, it’s more important than ever to demand transparency and a thorough investigation into the true impact of the vaccination campaign on the health of our service members.