The Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service is a branch of the U.S. military. So why do they never use a "red team" to challenge their dubious plans?
Groupthink is catastrophic for organizations. So why do public health officials require groupthink and censor unfavorable data?
The Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service is officially one of the 8 branches of the U.S. military. That’s why the Assistant Secretary for Health, Rachel Levine, is an Admiral; Surgeon General, Vivek Murthy, is a Vice Admiral; and Deputy Surgeon General, Denise Hinton, is a Rear Admiral. Commissioned Corps members primarily work at FDA, CDC, NIH, and the Indian Health Service. If you watch FDA and CDC meetings in connection with biological products including vaccines, you’ll see staff in dress uniforms with military titles.
But here’s the thing, when the actual U.S. military — the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines — engage in war planning, they have a blue team that presents a proposal, and then a red team that tries to tear that proposal apart and search for any weaknesses. They actually play it out in simulation exercises, to see which team wins. No one holds back, the red team plays to win and if they do, the original proposal must be redesigned to fix its deficiencies.
So how come the FDA, CDC, and NIH never use red teams to tear apart their completely bogus risk benefit analyses in connection with these junk science “vaccines” that they review?
Furthermore, why did Event 201 and all of these other pandemic preparedness exercises conducted by Johns Hopkins University, BMGF, CIA, etc. not include a red team to identify deficiencies in their carefully prepared scripts?
Said differently, how come all of these supposed public health institutions require groupthink and systematically censor any information that contradicts the Pharma narrative?
If Kennedy, Bigtree, Siri, Kirsch, Malone, Holland, McCullough, etc. were on the red team, they would win every single time in a rout AND EVERYONE KNOWS THIS.
If the U.S. military gets something wrong, we all wind up dead or speaking German, Russian, or Chinese. The stakes are too high to allow for groupthink.
But the stakes are just as high for vetting biologics that are injected into hundreds of millions of Americans. The Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service claims to be a branch of the military. Yet they eschew military best practices. So we get all of the worst aspects of military hierarchy — obedience, orders, etc. but none of the responsibility and commitment to excellence that are required to actually keep Americans safe.
Commissioned Corps members take an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States from all enemies foreign and domestic.” By failing to engage in best practices that require critical thinking and full vetting of all the data, Commissioned Corps members betray their oath and end up serving at the behest of those who would sacrifice American lives for personal profit.
When Republicans retake Congress in November, they absolutely must clean house and bring charges against Murthy, Walensky, Fauci, Collins, and Levine for treason and crimes against humanity.
Blessings to the warriors. 🙌
Prayers for everyone fighting against Pharma fascism. 🙏
In the comments please let me know what’s on your mind.
Update, April 3, 2022:
In the comments, Nick Kottenstette raises a great point. When it comes to vaccines, the heads of ALL of the military branches failed to engage in due diligence and failed to use a red team to properly vet these toxic products. Which is really bizarre when you think about it. The U.S. spends billions of dollars war gaming battles against distant enemies but never bothered to investigate whether experimental genetically modified biologics injected into nearly all soldiers might cause harm. The Nazis this time figured out how to get inside the fence because the poison was carried into the base by trusted white coats. The U.S. military fell for a 3,000 year old military trick — a Trojan Horse.