Acute Disease Database Sees 20 Million Case Increase for Military Following Vaccine Rollout Over Preceding 5 Years of 1.7 Million

“They introduced and mandated a Covid-19 Vaccine for our US Military, when they had only lost 12 service members total to the disease.” – Leigh Dundas, Human Rights Attorney

Leigh Dundas @ Senator Ron Johnson’s Covid-19 Panel from Freedom Fighter Nation on Vimeo.

She jumps in at the 1:30 mark with Flame Throwers Firing… but the lead up is a good preface with Attorney Tom Renz.

They introduced and mandated a Covid-19 Vaccine for our US Military, when they had only lost 12 service members total to the disease. We have, in the military, the single best data set that exists because we have baseline. Right now, these numbers indicate that something is drastically wrong, and I know of only one reason that databases roll math backwards. 

“And I will close by saying they are charged, at least in part, with protecting the sanctity and welfare of the brave men and women who are defending this country.  And right now, these numbers indicate that something is drastically wrong. I know of only one reason that databases roll math backwards.”

Leigh Dundas, Human Rights Attorney

This is what we get when I investigate.

I put the Defense Department on notice. They must preserve these records so we can investigate.

We’re glad to share with you because we have quite a bit of those that aren’t blanked out!

A video Guided Breakdown of the DoD Data of Acute Disease Increase Courtesy of The Georgia Record


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