Last Updated on December 22, 2022
In a memorandum sent to U.S. Congress on August 15th, under the Military Whistleblower Protection Act (10 USC 1034), nine officers across all five military branches called for the end to “illegal” Emergency Use Authorization vaccine mandates and an “end” to “all related fraudulent activity.”
“Since 24 August 2021, the Department of Defense (DoD) has unlawfully administered Emergency Use Authorized (EUA) products (i.e. products authorized but not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)) as if they were fully licensed FDA products,” the memo said.
“Americans never lose the right to legally refuse an EUA product. EUA law 21 USC § 360bbb imposes significant responsibilities upon the government to inform Americans of their rights.”
“Prior to the administration of an EUA product, the recipient is required to be informed inter alia of the option to accept or refuse administration of the EUA product, as codified in 21 USC § 360bbb-3(e)(1)(A)(II)(iii),” the report stated.
The report also revealed that although 8,808 COVID-19 related claims were submitted via the Countermeasure Injury Compensation Program (CICP). not one claim has been rewarded any money.
“Injured recipients or their families, in the event of death, who voluntarily received an EUA product only have one legal method to recoup losses: by filing a compensation claim through the [CICP] as per r 42 USC § 247d-6e. To date, there are 8,808 total COVID-19 related claims in the CICP. Claims of loss typically have a benefit cap of $379,000, however [Department of Health and Human Services] has not granted a single dollar to those 8,808 claimants,” the report stated in its sixth bullet point.
“The law justly enshrines the principle that where there is risk, there must be legally effective informed consent,” the whistleblowers stated.
The memo was signed by Colonel John S. McAfee (USAF), Commander Robert A. Green Jr. (USN), Captain Joshua P. Hoppe (USMC), Lieutenant Colonel Jon C. Check (US Army), Major David I. Beckerman (USAF), Lieutenant Chad R. Coppin (USCG), Commander Olivia K. Degenkolb (USN), Lieutenant Commander Patrick M. Weir (USN), and First Lieutenant Mark C. Bashaw (US Army).
“Like you, we swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Despite spending our careers focused on foreign enemies, it appears the greatest current threat to our Constitution, to the rule of law, and to the U.S. military readiness comes from within. On behalf of service members who share our concerns, as well as the citizens we stand in harm’s way to protect, we request that you promptly investigate these matters and hold accountable those found to have acted unlawfully. Please end illegal EUA mandates and all related fraudulent activity to ensure that our military can once again be counted on to uphold the rule of law in support of our Constitution.”