By Belle Carter
A group of military servicemen has called for an end to the Pentagon’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandate. It expressed concern about the COVID-19 shot’s harms through a 100-page report addressed to Congress.
The report featured statements from pilots and other military service members injured by the vaccine, including multiple anecdotes. It also included an aviation safety officer’s discovery of vaccine injuries that were not reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
“This is just a small sample of many vaccine-injured service members who have decided to come forward and share their heartbreaking stories,” the report stated.
An officer who went by the pseudonym Lt. Col. William P. Anton, who has served more than 20 years in the military, spearheaded the report to Congress. However, he was “shocked and frustrated to have only received lukewarm responses from a couple of senators and their staffers.”
“Injuries to my fellow service members are happening right before our eyes and we know the solution [stopping the mandate], but no one is doing anything about it,” he said.
Anton also expressed disappointment over the senior military and civilian leadership.
“They are each in their own way aware of the ill health effects on our service members or the negative impact on our military’s readiness, and yet they remain silent,” he stated. “They justify their silence as obedience to military orders because that is easier than to acknowledge their own lack of moral courage.”
Anton believes that the senior management would not want to risk their next promotion so they have not “heard” their call to halt the vaccine mandate.
“In the military, people are willing to die for their country and the men and women standing right next to them,” but he is concerned that the management “are not willing to lay down their careers to speak out on what is going on.” (Related: Cover up: DOD silent after whistleblowers expose COVID ‘vaccine’ injuries in military.)
COVID-19 shots injure pilots, rendering them unable to fly
In a tell-all with the Epoch Times, Chief Warrant Officer (CW4) Aaron Murphy, not his real name, said that when the defense secretary made the vaccines mandatory, he took it like the other vaccines in the past. Murphy is a command pilot of the Boeing AH-64 Apache, the Army’s most advanced multi-role combat helicopter, and has over 15 years of flying service.
On Aug. 24, 2021, he chose to take Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. Within four minutes, he felt a tingle go up his arm, into the neck and into his head, and felt like he was about to pass out. His blood pressure also plummeted, he said.
After some time, he was able to recover but decided to not finish the remainder of the workday and go home. The next day, he had a fever, a sore back and significant fatigue, but he thought these were all normal symptoms after taking the vaccine.
On the third day he had stroke-like symptoms, struggled to reach work and again decided to head home to rest. He was sick for a few days until one Sunday morning while at the church, it happened again. “I was short of breath, dizzy and turning pale, so my wife took me home,” he recounted. “For the next several months, I felt like I was on a boat.”
Due to this, he had been grounded from flight since August 2021. And without a medical diagnosis for the problem, he just thought he had vertigo.
He showed improvement after three months of physical therapy. By March 2022, Murphy was medically cleared for flight.
However, a second consultation in August 2022 led a doctor to diagnose him with cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST). The neurologist in the diagnosis wrote that the thrombosis could have resulted from the Janssen vaccine.
Since then, Murphy has been grounded and non-deployable because of the blood-thinning medication prescribed to him. He has been directed to continue the medication in the months ahead, and schedule an additional MRV in December for analysis.
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