U.S. Army surgeon in tears: Top brass ordered silence on vaccine injuries

U.S. Army surgeon in tears: Top brass ordered silence on vaccine injuries. By Art Moore.

An Army flight surgeon testified in federal court that she was ordered by high-level command not to discuss the controversy over Department of Defense data indicating a massive spike in serious injuries and illnesses among military personnel when the vaccines were rolled out in 2021.

Dr. Theresa Long was testifying March 10 in the case of a Navy SEAL commander who refused to receive a COVID shot. She told Judge Steven Merryday of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in Tampa that she was observing cases of the demyelination of the central nervous system in military personnel.

As WND reported, three Department of Defense whistleblowers have presented evidence from the Defense Military Epidemiological Database (DMED) that show a nearly 1,000% increase overall in diseases and injuries in 2021 compared to the previous five years. …

Asked about the data in the Defense Military Epidemiological Database, Long said she had been “ordered not to answer that question.”

“Ordered by who?” Merryday asked.

Long replied that the order came from high-level command.

Attorney Matt Staver of Liberty Counsel, representing the Navy commander, followed up, asking Long why the data is relevant to the case.

“I have so many soldiers being destroyed by this vaccine. Not a single member of my senior command has discussed my concerns with me,” she said amid tears.

“I have nothing to gain and everything to lose by talking about it,” Long said.

She added that she is willing to lose her career “because I am watching people get absolutely destroyed.”

She said she regularly has been contacted by military personnel who have been injured by the shots, and most are pilots, who “have to meet one of the highest fitness standards.”

Amid the pressure to get vaccinated, Long described an atmosphere of low morale in which there have been at least two suicides.

Perhaps something is not quite right with the vaccines? Or is the above testimony just “misinformation,” because it undermines the narrative? Will we be allowed to say that next year, when the new legislation against “misinformation” comes in?

hat-tip Stephen Neil