by Sharon Rondeau
(Feb. 5, 2022) — On Saturday afternoon, former Silicon Valley entrepreneur and philanthropist Steve Kirsch issued a lengthy post containing links to the Renz Law firm‘s website, which has released a downloadable database containing records from the “DMED” system tracking reported military medical events.
Data from DMED was provided, Atty. Thomas Renz said at a January 24, 2022 roundtable chaired by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on the government’s response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, by three military whistleblowers and demonstrate that in 2021, serious medical issues were many times the numbers from the previous five-year period (2016-2020).
“The Whistleblower data, this DMED database, has provided a control group of sorts,” Renz posted on his website. “It’s military records dating back several years that supply medical codes for various medical issues that our military face such as cancers, miscarriages, neurological disorders etc. These records provided by three military doctors, heroes in my world, show a historical baseline of what the health of the American military was like before 2021, the year the Covid vaccine was released. What you see is quite disturbing. From 2016 to 2020 all variations of medical conditions stay consistent. But in 2021, when the variable of the vaccine is mandated, the spike in cancers, miscarriages, infertility, you name it, jumps by factors of hundreds to thousands of percent. Let me be crystal clear. These vaccines are injuring and sometimes even killing our military, and those in the public that are buying the ‘safe and effective’ marketing. These numbers prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt.”
Approved under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA beginning December 11, 2020, the vaccines were first administered in the U.S. later that month, with the pace and breadth of vaccination accelerating as 2021 progressed.
In September, the Biden regime mandated COVID-19 vaccination to all members of the military, with those declining now undergoing discharge under less-than-optimal circumstances.
The mainstream media has reported virtually nothing about the now nearly two million adverse event reports entered in VAERS, the federal government’s tracking system for adverse reactions to all U.S.-manufactured vaccines.
The inventor of mRNA technology, Malone also spoke at the roundtable. When asked by Dr. Peter A. McCullough, who co-chaired the meeting at Johnson’s request, Malone and most of the other speakers reported having suffered professional consequences arising from their differences of opinion with the government.
Renz is claiming on his website that a week after he revealed the DMED data, it was altered in an attempt to “cover up” the true impact of the COVID-19 vaccines on the military. Involved in that effort, Renz said, were the Trusted News Initiative, a consortium of “mainstream” media outlets which resolved early on to promote universal vaccination for COVID-19; “Fact Check organizations” and PolitiFact, which years before went to great lengths to defend both the “short-form” and “long-form” birth certificate images of Barack Obama despite the latter having been declared by a five-year criminal investigation to be a “computer-generated forgery.”
Now owned by The Poynter Institute, PolitiFact receives funding from Facebook and TikTok, its “Who Pays for Politifact” page states. A current search for the key words “Obama long-form birth certificate” on its website yields no responsive results other than suggestions of people possibly related to the query. When clicking Barack Obama’s photo, the reader is brought to a list of “Latest Fact-checks of Barack Obama.”
However, a link from one of The Post & Email’s articles on the subject continues to lead to a PolitiFact article on its website dated July 1, 2009 titled, “Obama’s birth certificate: Final chapter. This time we mean it!”
In a video interview between Candace Owens and Malone uploaded earlier Saturday, Malone makes the same claim as Renz in regard to the alternation of DMED data following the January 24 roundtable.
On January 31, PolitiFact refuted an Instagram post echoing Renz’s January 24 claims with, “Numbers were based on faulty data, military spokesperson says.”
PolitiFact reports it conducted an email interview with “Peter Graves, spokesperson for the Defense Health Agency’s Armed Forces Surveillance Division, Jan. 31, 2022.”
“The [Instagram] post was flagged as part of Facebook’s efforts to combat false news and misinformation on its News Feed. (Read more about our partnership with Facebook.),” PolitiFact wrote. “…The database was cited by Ohio attorney Thomas Renz on Jan. 24 during a COVID-19 panel discussion led by U.S. Rep. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. During the five-hour hearing, titled ‘COVID-19: A second opinion,’ Renz said that three ‘whistleblowers’ he represents provided him with these figures based on medical codes from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database.”
According to the article, Graves claimed the 2016-2020 data in DMED “represented only a small fraction of actual medical diagnoses,” and further stated:
The 2021 numbers, however, were up-to-date, giving the “appearance of significant increased occurrence of all medical diagnoses in 2021 because of the underreported data for 2016-2020,” Graves said.
Renz’s website page dedicated to the alleged alterations is replete with graphs depicting two columns of data labeled, respectively, “TRUTH” and “DOD COVER UP.”
On February 1, Johnson wrote a letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin regarding Renz’s claims, which included “that some DMED data showing registered diagnoses of myocarditis had been removed from the database.”
Johnson asked Austin to answer two questions by February 15:
1. Is DoD aware of increases in registered diagnoses of miscarriages, cancer, or other
medical conditions in DMED in 2021 compared to a five-year average from 2016-2020?
If so, please explain what actions DoD has taken to investigate the root cause for the
increases in these diagnoses.
2. Have registered diagnoses of myocarditis in DMED been removed from the database from January 2021 to December 2021? If so, please explain why and when this information was removed and identify who removed it.
Update, Feb. 6, 9:16 a.m. EST: On Saturday night, Malone issued his own post on the release of the data.