IRS secretly Gathering Personal Data, DOD deleting Covid data that suggests depopulation Agenda

by Ron Paul

Two weeks ago, when almost nobody else was talking about it, Campaign for Liberty sounded the alarm about a scheme the IRS was quietly implementing to require American taxpayers using the IRS website to fork over a glut of our sensitive personal information, including a face scan, credit history, utility bills, and much more to a shady private company with the shady name “”

We asked you to write to Congress and demand answers using the form Campaign for Liberty provided, and you came through in a big way.

Days later, the IRS announced it was reassessing the plan, and this week, they announced they were scrapping it altogether due to bipartisan concerns from members of Congress.

Think about it: You didn’t hear about this on Tucker Carlson’s show. Breitbart only picked up the story when the plan was dead in the ground. And it didn’t come up on Joe Rogan’s show, either.

Hardly anyone even knew about this issue, and yet your petitions and demands made the difference.

But what I’m about to tell you is a much, much bigger issue, and far more egregious.

The U.S. Department of Defense appears to be manipulating and destroying medical data that reveals a skyrocketing of serious health conditions in 2021 among our men and women in uniform – which could almost certainly be linked to the proliferation of Covid vaccines.

Now, we're asking you to contact ALL of YOUR members in Congress, plus Senator Johnson, demanding a full investigation.

Just look at the increases from the 2016-2020 average, prior to the Department of Defense doctoring the data, with 2021:

• Hypertension – 2,181% increase
• Diseases of the nervous system – 1,048% increase
• Neurological issues – 952% increase
• Malignant neoplasms of esophagus – 894% increase
• Multiple sclerosis – 680% increase
• Malignant neoplasms of digestive organs – 624% increase
• Guillain-Barre syndrome – 551% increase
• Breast cancer – 487% increase
• Demyelinating – 487% increase
• Malignant neoplasms of thyroid and other endocrine glands – 474% increase
• Female infertility – 472% increase
• Pulmonary embolism – 468% increase
• Migraines – 452% increase
• Ovarian dysfunction – 437% increase
• Testicular cancer – 369% increase
• Tachycardia – 302% increase

The revelation of this sudden spike in serious health conditions caused the Department of Defense to issue the most absurd and impossible excuse I may have ever heard.

According to the Department of Defense, “It was just a glitch!”

And according to the Department of Defense, the actual 2021 numbers – which now say 2.8 million service members had 21 million serious medical conditions in 2021 – is fairly normal (this works out to 8 incidents a year for the average young, fit service member!) and actually lower than in pre-Covid years like 2017 and 2019, according to data that appeared out of nowhere last week.

The Biden Department of Defense is asking you to believe that during the entirety of 2020, when the nation was gripped by Covid, as well as the four years prior, nobody noticed the Department of Defense accidentally under-reporting medical conditions of service members by a power of 10.

The more likely explanation is obvious: There is a huge spike in serous medical conditions affecting service members, beginning in 2021, very likely due to mass vaccination, and being covered up with a ridiculous story by an administration that must protect its narrative over all else.

Friends: We need to sound the alarm on this issue, NOW, with more fervor than ever.

On Tuesday, Campaign for Liberty Executive Director John McCardell asked you to contact Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI), who brought these facts to light, to press forward with a full investigation.

(Myocarditis was simply removed from the database entirely. Why? Good question.)

(Source: Renz Law, attorney for three Department of Defense whistleblowers)

That was the data as reported on January 19. On January 31, 2022, the data for 2016-2020 was changed to make this absurd claim:

This is the same data set, obtained 12 days later.

The new data is impossible to believe. First, because we’d have to believe that for five years, the military had completely false data that went unnoticed during the first year of the pandemic. And second, because it would be a national scandal in any of those years for there to be this many serious diagnoses in the military in an ordinary year like 2017.

This is a massive cover-up, and we’re only just now learning about it because Senator Johnson held a roundtable hearing with world-renowned doctors and medical experts on January 24 to share their perspectives on vaccine efficacy and safety.

Senator Johnson has found something massive, and the American people need to know the whole truth.
This is not just a bombshell. This may be the destruction of the most compelling evidence to date on the dangerous effects of Covid vaccines.

The U.S. military has been used as guinea pigs, forced to take vaccines that many do not want and do not need, for a vaccine that is not even properly approved by the FDA.

The supposedly “approved” vaccines are not available in the U.S. - they are only sold as “Emergency Use Authorization” (EUA) vaccines because any adult who is harmed or killed as a side effect of an “FDA-approved” vaccine can sue the manufacturer.

But if you are harmed in exactly the same way by an EUA vaccine, you are out of luck — the manufacturer and everyone in the chain of delivery has full immunity from lawsuits. The law depends on the label.

This raises serious questions about why the manufacturers – Big Pharma – continue to make and distribute the Emergency Use Authorization version of the drug rather than the approved version . . . 9 months after the FDA approved it!

And now, when the Department of Defense data shows severe health incidents in the military skyrocketed, coinciding with the release of these experimental drugs, they mangled the data, backpedaled, and now appear to be lying about it.

Driven by the insatiable greed of the pharmaceutical industry, the government and their agents in the mass media vilified every proven treatment and medicine readily available, from Ivermectin to Vitamin D.

They tore down every protection to ensure new vaccines are safe, and demanded Americans take drugs that skipped testing for genotoxicity (changing human genetic material), mutagenicity (causing birth defects), teratogenicity (reducing fertility), and oncogenicity (causing cancer).

There is absolutely no knowledge whatsoever of the long-term efficacy or long-term safety of these vaccines and a mountain of evidence to suggest the side effects can be severe. Scientists are now learning the Covid vaccines force the human cell to produce the spike protein, and that itself appears toxic to the human body -- and the process initiated by the vaccine is irreversible.

With authoritarian Covid restrictions being relaxed across the country, there is a very real danger of Americans being lulled into believing the threat to liberty is past.  And the reality is, those who would seize your liberty are now more emboldened than ever.

That’s why you and I simply MUST be well-prepared to fight each threat as it comes up, while seeking to advance Liberty when and where we can.

Federal Judge Grants Temporary Injunction to Group of Navy SEALs Seeking Religious Exemption from COVID Vaccine

by Jim Hoft

United States District Judge Reed O’Connor granted a temporary injunction to a group of Navy SEALsfrom the Biden COVID vaccine mandate based on their requested religious exemptions.

Judge O’Connor was appointed by George W. Bush in 2007.

The AP reported:

The United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas today issued a preliminary injunction, stopping the Department of Defense from punishing military service members who have religious objections to the vaccine mandate. First Liberty Institute filed a federal lawsuit and motion for preliminary injunction on behalf of dozens of U.S. Navy SEALs and other Naval Special Warfare personnel against the Biden Administration and the Department of Defense for their refusal to grant religious accommodations to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

The court’s order can be read here.

“Forcing a service member to choose between their faith and serving their country is abhorrent to the Constitution and America’s values,” said Mike Berry, General Counsel for First Liberty Institute. “Punishing SEALs for simply asking for a religious accommodation is purely vindictive and punitive. We’re pleased that the court has acted to protect our brave warriors before more damage is done to our national security.”

Chelsea’s ‘Best Friend’ Wins $11 Mil In Defense Contracts With No Clearance

by Richard Pollock

A company whose president is “best friends” with Chelsea Clinton received more than $11 million in contracts over the last decade from a highly secretive Department of Defense think tank, but to date, the group lacks official federal approval to handle classified materials, according to sensitive documents TheDCNF was allowed to review.

Jacqueline Newmyer, the president of a company called the Long Term Strategy Group, has over the last 10 years received numerous Defense Department contracts from a secretive think tank called Office of Net Assessment.

The Office of Net Assessment is so sensitive, the specialized think tank is housed in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and reports directly to the secretary. To date, the Long Term Strategy Group has received $11.2 million in contracts, according to USAspending,gov, a government database of federal contracts. But after winning a decade of contracts from the Office of Net Assessment, the federal agency is only now in the process of granting clearance to the company. Long Term Strategy Group never operated a secure room on their premises to handle classified materials, according to the Defense Security Service, a federal agency that approves secure rooms inside private sector firms. Long Term Strategy Group operates offices in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge, Mass. 

“The Long Term Strategy Group is currently in process for a facility clearance with the Defense Security Service,” the agency informed The DCNF in an email. 

Newmyer declined to address her company’s lack of facilities to handle classified material. “With regard to your questions about the status of our facilities, those are best directed to the US government, which has authority over such matters,” she wrote in an email to The DCNF.  She also declined to say whether her company is footing the bill for the new secure facility, or if the taxpayers are footing the bill through the Office of Net Assessment.

Adam Lovinger, a whistleblower and 12-year Office of Net Assessment (ONA) veteran, has repeatedly warned ONA’s leadership they faced risks by relying on outside contractors as well as the problem of cronyism and a growing “revolving door” policy, where ONA employees would leave the defense think tank and join private contractors to do the same work.

Others outside ONA have drawn similar conclusions about the office’s reliance on outside contractors. USA Today complained in August 2013 that the same set of contractors never seem to leave ONA: “While Democratic and Republican administrations come and go, ONA and its team of outside advisers remains the same. Contract records show the office relies on studies from outside contractors.” 

Clinton and Newmyer first met each other while attending Sidwell Friends School, an exclusive private Quaker school in the nation’s capital. They were in each other’s weddings, and in 2011 Chelsea referred to Newmyer as her “best friend.”  In numerous emails, Chelsea’s mom, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, actively promoted Newmyer and attempted to assist her in securing Defense Department contracts.

Secretary Clinton put Newmyer in contact with Michèle Flournoy, then-President Barack Obama’s undersecretary of defense, according to the emails from Clinton’s private email server released by the Department of State under a lawsuit filed by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.  Hillary followed up in a July 19, 2009 email, asking Newmyer, “By the way, did the DOD contract work out?”

ONA was supposed to work on complicated future warfare scenarios when it was originally set up in the 1970s.  The think tank’s first director, Andrew Marshall, was adored by a coterie of ONA staff. He was called “Yoda,” after the “Star Wars” series, adding to his mystique. Marshall lasted in the DOD post for 42 years and retired at the age of 93 in 2015.

In 2016, Lovinger sent a series of memos to James H. Baker, ONA’s new director, raising many problems Baker “inherited” from Marshall, including the use of contractors. ONA has a reputation for issuing “‘sweet-heart contracts’ to a privileged few,” Lovinger told Baker in a Sept. 30, 2016 email chain.

ONA’s leadership, led by Baker, did not take kindly to Lovinger’s warnings and allegedly retaliated against the staffer, according to Sean Bigley, a federal security clearance attorney who also represents him.  Baker suspended Lovinger’s security clearance in May for “security infractions,” and launched numerous investigations.  The suspension came after Lovinger had been detailed to the National Security Council. He was removed from the National Security Council after losing his security clearance, and now languishes inside a Defense Department satellite office doing busy work.

In a Sept. 13, 2017 letter to DOD officials, Bigley charged: “A review of the ‘case file’ in this matter illuminates a picture of intentional whistleblower retaliation against Mr. Lovinger; personal and political vendettas against Lovinger by Baker …”  Although Lovinger has since been exonerated of all the accusations, he still faces the possibility of a revocation of his clearance. His case is currently pending before Defense Department officials.

In a recent move, Baker decided to “reclassify” Lovinger’s ONA position to one that now requires new skills he doesn’t possess.  Bigley complained about this new act of alleged retaliation in a Sept. 21 letter to the DOD acting general counsel:  “The practical effect of Baker’s plan, if executed, is that Mr. Lovinger will become a surplus employee and will be terminated; he does not possess the skill set applicable to the proposed reclassification.” Lovinger is the only staff member Baker has “reclassified,” according to Bigley.

One of Lovinger’s main complaints about ONA was that many of the reports contractors wrote imparted very little new information to the think tank. “Over the years ONA’s analytic staff has expressed how they learn very little from many (if not most) of our often very thin and superficial contractor reports,” he wrote in the Sept. 30, 2016 email. 

Some of Long Term Strategy Group’s reports bear out Lovinger’s critique. A September 2010 Long Term Strategy Group report, titled “Trends in Elite American Attitudes Toward War,” came to the astounding conclusion that, “American intellectuals have for the last century held considerably more cosmopolitan views than their non-intellectual counterparts.”  Another Long Term Strategy Group report was “On the Nature of Americans as a Warlike People.”

Lovinger also suggested in a March 3, 2017 memo to the record that contractor studies should be peer-reviewed: “There has never been an external review of these contractors’ research products,” he said, adding, “It is now clear that over several decades the office transferred millions of dollars to inexperienced and unqualified contractors.” 

Others outside of ONA have been even more critical of the think tank. Book critic Carlos Lozada criticized the think tank as “an opaque bureaucratic outfit,” in a Washington Post review of a book about Marshall, ONA’s founder.  University of Notre Dame Political Science Chairman Michael C. Desch said “a systematic scrutiny of [ONA’s] work is long overdue” in the December 2014 issue of  The National Interest. He recommended that ONA, “like so many now-superfluous parochial schools, should close its doors.”

On the liberal front, Middlebury Institute’s director of the East Asia Nonproliferation Program, Jeffrey Lewis, wrote a scathing attack on ONA in the Oct. 24, 2014 edition of Foreign Policy Magazine. “Marshall funded a fair number of crackpots,” he charged.  Lewis cited two studies on Iraq “written by a crackpot who thinks Saddam planned the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and 9/11, and a study on ‘Islamic Warfare’ by the guy who fabricated both a Ph.D. and an interview with Barack Obama.”

Lovinger has also been critical of the revolving door at ONA, where previous government staffers went to work for ONA contractors.  Phillip Pournelle, who was ONA’s military adviser from November 2011 to December 2016, now works at Long Term Strategy Group as its “director for gaming and analysis,” according to his LinkedIn page.

Steve Rosen, also a long-time ONA consultant, was originally Newmyer’s professor at Harvard. But Newmyer and Rosen hit it off, and they “co-taught” a Harvard class together in 2006.  Newmyer and Rosen are top officers in a nonprofit they created together called the American Academy for Strategic Education, which is dedicated to educating a rising generation of strategic thinkers,” according to its website.  The organization has raised $894,000 since it began operations in 2013, according to their IRS 990 filing. The academy paid Newmyer and Rosen $45,000 each in 2015.

Since serving as president of Long Term Strategy Group, Newmyer has participated in many prestigious bodies on national security, and she was enrolled in a Ph.D. program at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.  But her Ph.D. had little to do with today’s international conflicts or in contemporary military strategy. Her dissertation was on “a comparison of seminal works on strategy and statecraft from ancient China, the medieval Middle East, and early modern Europe,” according to a Harvard profile of her.

Adam Lovinger did not consent to an interview for this article. The Office of Net Assessment did not reply to a DCNF inquiry.



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