Dr. Peter Chambers shared some details with 3,000 soldiers, where only six were vaccinated.
One US Army lieutenant shared how fellow medics in the Army were told to hide the C-19 side effects and not to report them to official databases.
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“They either look the other way, or they just say, ‘Well, I can’t do that. It doesn’t exist,” said Dr. Peter Chambers.
Chambers commented on an online conference.
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Dr. Chambers’ jab reactions
Dr. Chambers talked to Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, and they discussed their recent experience as a taskforce surgeon for Operation Lone Star.
Chambers is a veteran of 39 years and a Purple Heart recipient, got the Moderna vaccine in January 2021, but he wasn’t aware of the side effects. He was wounded by the vaccines.
He developed a brain fog that he hadn’t experienced before while suffering aftershocks from rockets while on active duty.
That followed an eventual MRI scan, vertigo, dizziness, and nausea. Chambers was diagnosed with demyelination, a disease that affects the nerve tissue.
Army medics ‘were told not to enter’ adverse events into the database
A couple of soldiers suffered similar side effects from the vaccines, and “six soldiers that have been in the ICU’’.
Dr. Chambers revealed that “surgeons at the military hospitals were not letting them in. They were told not to enter people into VAERS.”
“Doctors told me personally in the active-duty system that worked at Fort Sam Houston that they were not to enter people into the VAERS system,” he added.
Due to the COVID jabs’ collective nature of being experimental vaccines, Chambers noted how “we can’t even enter it [COVID jab injuries] into our own defense, medical, epidemiological database.”
“We can’t even interpret that as a true diagnosis,” he said. “So when you try to speak to other positions, they won’t. They either look the other way, or they just say, ‘Well, I can’t do that. It doesn’t exist.”
Told to ‘pack bags’ over attempt to give informed consent
Chambers was supposed to fill out informed consent forms for soldiers taking the COVID shots. He realized how he had to reinforce and confirm whether soldiers needed the shot.
Out of 3,000 soldiers, only six were vaccinated.
Praise for new vaccine reporting system
“If the system that we have now in the government that they provide for us doesn’t work, then we the people have to provide something because we still have to treat people,” Chambers stated.
“This system was perfectly created for that, and I am honored to be the first person,” he added.