973% Increase of Heart Failure After Jab Among Military Pilots in 2022


Active duty Navy Medical Service Corps Lt. Ted Macie, a Navy health administrator and a medical recruiter, revealed a few weeks ago the incriminating Department of Defense (DOD) data proving a massive surge in cardiac conditions among active-duty aviators in 2022.

 By December 4, 2023, Macie was barred from accessing his work computer by the DOD.

The heart diseases began within weeks after the military forced mandatory Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations in 2021.

 “I went in today, and I’m doing the same thing: a five-year average,” Macie said. “However, I’m comparing it to 2022. And I’m using only fixed-wing pilots and helicopter pilots on active duty.”


Most stunning are cases of heart failure that increased by a massive 973 percent.

 Macie revealed he catalogued and registered numerous heart-related diseases with the corresponding percentage increase.

 ▪︎ Cardiomyopathy jumped 152 percent.

 • Myocarditis incidents climbed 151 percent.

 • Systemic heart diseases surged 69 percent.

 • Pulmonary heart diseases shot up 62 percent.

 • Hypertensive diseases advanced up 36 percent

 •Other forms of cardiac conditions increased 63 percent.

 

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Macie’s wife, Mara Macie, who is currently running for Florida’s 5th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, continues to emphasize the Biden Administration and federal government’s “unreasonable” treatment of military troops during the COVID-19 pandemic.



She argues that there is a very high level of mistrust in the military’s leadership and demands accountability as “the only answer.”




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