'Military Whistleblowers May Blow Up the COVID Vaccine Narrative'; Miscarriages 3 X more often than the 5-year average. New cancer diagnoses 3 X the 5-year average; 10 X the # neurological diagnoses

by Paul Alexander

Renz alleges CDC receives data from Department of Defense through a program called Project Salus; military weekly report 71% of new COVID cases and 60% of the hospitalizations were fully vaccinated.


Dennis is working with attorney Thomas Rentz to support three whistleblowers who are doctors in the military and who signed affidavits under the penalty of perjury. Renz identified them as Lt. Colonel Dr. Theresa Long, Dr. Samuel Sigoloff, and Colonel Dr. Peter Chambers. According to Renz, the data the physicians provided showed alarming  increases in several diagnoses:

  • Miscarriages occurred nearly three times more often than the five-year average.

  • New cancer diagnoses also occurred at three times the five-year average.

  • There have been ten times the number of neurological diagnoses, totaling more than 800,000

Data like this provides a signal that requires further investigation. Much like any correlation, researchers must prove causation. However, it does not appear from the testimony that any serious question is underway. There has been anecdotal data on reproductive issues following the vaccines, and the agencies just released information affirming that vaccines can affect a woman’s menstrual cycle. The DOD data, if confirmed, raises questions about safety in pregnancy and childbearing years. Yet, the CDC still recommends vaccines for Americans down to the age of five and pregnant women.

Even more disturbing, Renz alleges the CDC receives data from the Department of Defense through a program called Project Salus. In the weekly report for September 28, 2021, Renz stated that 71% of the new COVID cases and 60% of the hospitalizations were fully vaccinated. Meanwhile, Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared multiple times on television to assert the late summer wave was a pandemic of the unvaccinated.