May 3, 2022
We wrote a story in January about 46-year-old Duncan Foster. The 20-year U.S. Army veteran suffered two heart attacks within three months after his first Moderna mRNA injection. Mr. Foster posted a Facebook update on February 9, saying there are “some bad days still, but mostly good days.” He also said something that encompasses a soldier’s reality in the U.S. military:
“[I’ve been] a pin cushion for vaccine[s] and shots my whole Army career,” Mr. Foster said.
Court battles between military personnel and the Pentagon related to mRNA and viral vector DNA injections are ongoing. The federal courts ordered the military to respect the religious beliefs of soldiers, airmen and sailors who refuse the injections. But the U.S. Supreme Court stopped short of allowing further interference with military operations. It struck down a Texas federal judge’s order prohibiting the Navy from making deployment decisions based on vaccination status.
Soldiers know what they are signing up for in the military. You follow orders. No questions asked. That’s why at least 95% of military personnel in the Air Force, Army, Navy and Marines had received at least one mRNA or viral vector DNA injection by December 17, according to NPR. Meanwhile hundreds and perhaps thousands of military personnel have been discharged since the beginning of the year for refusing to receive the injections without an approved exemption.
All military personnel receive at least nine different vaccines, according to the Military Health System. Some receive up to 18 shots depending on their assignments. Despite soldiers being “pin cushions,” what’s happening since the so-called pandemic commenced in 2020 is completely unprecedented.
It started with Caleb Smither
Private 2nd Class Caleb Smither enlisted in the Army in May 2019, right after high school.
The Wolfforth, Texas native was known as “Smitty” to his fellow paratroopers with the E Company, 37th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team. He was stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina beginning in late November 2019. The story gets murky from there.
Soldiers told investigators that Pvt. Smither bumped his head sometime between January 9 and January 13, 2020 while working on a Deployable Universal Combat Earthmover (DUCE).
Despite looking pale and shivering, and complaining about restlessness and pain in his head, the Womack Army Medical Center discharged Pvt. Smither with ibuprofen. Pvt. Smither was sent back to Womack on January 15, when he showed up to formation “in bad shape.” He was given more medication, and ordered to stay in his room and rest. Ms. Heather Baker, Caleb’s mother, said she did not hear from her son again after that day. His dead body was found in the barracks on January 21. He was 19 years old.
The official cause of death was bacterial meningitis. But Ms. Baker doesn’t believe that explanation. Soldiers made statements to investigators, saying they were ordered to spray Febreze around the barracks to cover the smell of decomposing human. Those statements indicate that Pvt. Smither was left in the barracks dead for several days. Further, bacterial meningitis is highly contagious. Thus numerous other soldiers would have contracted the disease. Pvt. Smither also received a meningitis vaccine upon enlistment in May 2019, according to Task & Purpose.
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The Fayetteville Observer reported that 12 total Fort Bragg soldiers died in 2020. But reporter Seth Harp, for Rolling Stone and The Intercept, said 44 Fort Bragg soldiers died in 2020, mostly via homicide and suicide. Four died while deployed overseas. Most of the others died in training accidents and vehicular accidents. But Pvt. Smither, along with Pvt. Jamie Boger and 24-year-old Specialist Terrance Salazar, all died under mysterious circumstances. Then came 2021, the era of mRNA “vaccines.”
Fort Bragg stops releasing death information
Mr. Harp stayed on this story. He tweeted on February 9 of this year that 83 soldiers died at Fort Bragg from January 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.
He provided no further details. But if his numbers are true, then 39 soldiers died at Fort Bragg in the first six months of 2021. It got so bad that Fort Bragg stopped releasing details of soldiers’ deaths last summer, according to Mr. Harp. But many documents have leaked since then, showing that the carnage has not slowed down at all. Note that the Biden military vaccine mandate was announced in early August and went into effect on August 24, 2021. The deaths accelerated from there.
Pvt. First Class Mikel Robert Rubino died at Fort Bragg on August 13, 2021 at age 29. His military casualty report says cause of death is pending.
Sgt. First Class Michael Brett Hamilton died at Fort Bragg on October 4, 2021 at age 34. Cause of death is pending.
Sgt. Travis Michael Duval died at Fort Bragg on October 10, 2021 at age 34. His casualty report says he was hospitalized on October 9, then died the next day.
Specialist Antonetta Gjinaj was a Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic at Fort Bragg.
She died on October 30, 2021 at age 33. Cause of death is pending.
Specialist Norwayne Reid earned several military honors, including the National Defense Service Medal and the Global War and Terrorism Service Medal.
He died at Fort Bragg on December 14, 2021 at age 29. Cause of death is pending.
These are just the few we found quickly after a little research. The true death numbers are unknown.
The beat goes on in 2022
Fort Bragg is not the only military installation plagued by these sudden and unexpected deaths. There were at least three unusual deaths in April aboard a U.S. Navy vessel.
Retail Services Specialist 3rd Class Mika’il Sharp was a U.S. Navy sailor aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington.
He was found dead on April 9 off base in Portsmouth, Virginia. Specialist Sharp was 23.
Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class Natasha Huffman was also a U.S. Navy sailor aboard the USS George Washington.
She was found dead on April 10 off base in Hampton, Virginia. Huffman was 23.
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A third USS George Washington sailor, Master-at-Arms Seaman Recruit Xavier Hunter Mitchell-Sandor, died on April 15. He was 19.
More post-injection suicides, maimings and deaths
To be clear, suicide is nothing unusual among military veterans. From 1999 to 2010, an average of 20 U.S. military veterans committed suicide every day, according to a 2010 report by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
The report also concluded that 69% of said suicides were among veterans aged 50 and up. Only 6% of said suicides were age 29 and younger.
We’ve talked about suicide a lot recently on this blog. Suicide rates among college athletes in 2022 have already shattered all previous records, and it’s only May. But none of the 2021 military sudden deaths were deemed suicide. There’s always one common denominator when observing these unusual death patterns since 2021.
It just doesn’t make sense that the United States is deliberately maiming and killing its own military with these injections. As this blogger stated in previous articles, it’s almost as if the United States is conceding defeat to China and Russia, and helping to usher in Eastern dominance of the world. Granted the U.S. has all the technology and best kill toys in the world. But if China or North Korea ever found a way to invade the United States with ground troops, the country would be vastly outnumbered.
The global vaccine genocide hasn’t even reached its peak yet. But it’s becoming clear that the United States will need to reinstate conscription (“the draft”) to field a viable military. Congress has been debating the idea of forcing women to register for the selective service since 2016. And since Democrats will no longer define what a woman is, the prospect is very likely. Interesting times ahead.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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