New U.S. Military Data May Be A Computer Glitch

( An army medical officer claims he faces involuntary separation after being found guilty of violating COVID-19 protocol. He detected a sudden rise in sickness that coincided with reports of side effects from COVID-19 vaccines, which the Army has rejected as a data fault.

First Lieutenant Mark Bashaw, an Army preventive medicine officer, began to detect specific “alarming signals” in the defense epidemiology database in January 2022.

According to Bashaw, reports of cancers, myocarditis, and pericarditis, as well as other illnesses like male infertility, tumors, lung disease brought on by blood clots, and HIV, significantly increased during the pandemic. The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), which tracks the illness and injuries of 1.3 million active component service members, also showed this.

In an Aug. 1 interview with EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program, Bashaw mentioned that several of these ailments are included in FDA literature as potential adverse responses linked to COVID-19 vaccines.

Bashaw came forward as a whistleblower to voice his concerns after observing rises in the incidence of these ailments that sometimes reached 50% or 100%.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who is supporting the disclosure of information from early examinations of COVID-19 products to Congress, received Bashaw’s whistleblower declaration, which stated that he found the rising prevalence of these illnesses in DMED to be “extremely alarming.”

In particular, according to Bashaw’s proclamation, the number of cancer cases among active duty members virtually tripled in 2021 compared to the average annual cancer incidence rate from 2016 to 2020.

The Department of Defense’s Military Demographics and Epidemiology (DMED) database saw an eleven-fold rise in the number of suspected unfavorable incidents recorded in 2021 compared to the previous 24 years. The system was taken offline to address the underlying cause of the data corruption.

Joshua Bashaw claims he was “forced” to submit his concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

The VAERS is a nationwide early warning system to discover safety concerns in U.S.-licensed vaccinations. The Army’s Judge Advocate General advised the commanding general to overturn Bashaw’s involuntary discharge, but he says the general supported it.

Bashaw was sentenced to a court martial for failing to follow the required COVID-19 process. He argued that the directive to adhere to the procedure ignored the right to fully informed consent. Bashaw complained about retaliation within the DoD, but the investigation was closed once it was determined that there was none.

The officer said that his anticipated promotion to captain was also delayed.