Green Beret and Doctor Says 78% of ‘Vaccinated’ Texas Army Nat’l Guard Getting COVID; We’re Already in a ‘Fifth Generation’ War

Doctor Pete Chambers, an M.D. and retired green beret (who received both a purple heart and a bronze star), says that 78% of Texas Army National Guard troops testing positive for COVID-19 are vaccinated and that America is now in a “fifth generation” war.

Doctor Peter Chambers (a.k.a. “Doc Pete Chambers”), a medical doctor who’s served in the military—including in Active Duty, the Army Reserves, and the Army National Guard—for 37 years, has claimed whistleblower status in order to come out against the use of the COVID-19 “quasi vaccines” (his words) in the military. In an interview with Navy physician and surgeon Dr. Lee Merritt Chambers talks about the extraordinary dangers of the COVID-19 quasi vaccines, as well as how the U.S. is in a “fifth-generation war” with a mysterious opponent.

Chambers, who became a Green Beret at the age of 47 after rejoining the military post 9/11, begins by recounting his recent experience on the border between Texas and Mexico after “the shots”—or “gene therapy” (again, Chambers’ words, although the technical truth as well)—came out.

“When [the quasi vaccines] came out, and we started seeing VAERS data—that’s really all I had…” Chambers tells Merritt in the video immediately above. He says that later on he “linked up with” Major Lieutenant Theresa Long out of Fort Rucker who informed him of DMED—that is, the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database. Chambers says he got on DMED, started looking through it and thought “you’re [Lieutenant Long] right.”

“My very first case was a 27-year-old with myo/pericarditis,” Chambers tells Merritt. “He came in with chest pain, we took him to the ER, he ended up being admitted…the amount of blood pumping out of his heart… [was] terrible. Not something a 27-year-old should have.”

Chambers adds that he was “doing informed consents” because he was “concerned” as he was “seeing damage” from the COVID-19 “vaccines.”

Upon seeing the “damage” from the quasi vaccines, Chambers says he went to the highest level of his command—Two-Star Major General Tracy R. Norris. In response, Chambers said Norris said “[the damage] isn’t from the shots [and] I don’t want to talk about it.”

Following his meeting with Norris, Chambers says another two-star general came to visit him personally at the Texas-Mexico border to persuade him to “vaccinate” more soldiers. Chambers notes it’s at that point that he told the visiting general that “78% of the people testing positive are double vaxxed…” By contrast, Chambers says he told the general that only 15% of the “unvaccinated” soldiers were testing positive, and none of them had symptoms. (As opposed to the “vaccinated” troops, who were developing symptoms.) The general responded: “It ain’t about the science, doc, it’s about the policy.”

Chambers says that due to his offering informed consent to the soldiers at the Texas-Mexico border only six out of 3,000 took the COVID-19 “vaccines.” And “you know why?” Chambers asks rhetorically, “because I used an informed consent [approach] that said here’s the positive, here’s the negative, you guys are young; you’re fighting-age males and females, you don’t have to take this thing, OK?

In response to his penchant for giving soldiers informed consent, Chambers says the military called him up and fired him. However, he notes that at that time he already had a whistleblower claim in—meaning the firing would’ve looked like “retribution” had it gone through at that point; which it didn’t, thanks to Chambers reminding his superiors of that very fact.

Regardless, Chambers’ superiors sent down another doctor who called himself “the COVID Czar” and was apparently “doing toxic masculinity conferences with everybody.” A problem, Chambers points out, as toxic masculinity is exactly what’s needed to deal with the drug cartels at the border.

In response to a question about how it’s possible military leadership couldn’t know about the dangers of the COVID “vaccines” by now, Chambers notes that Senator Johnson said on January 24th of 2022 on CSPAN “DoD [that is, the Department of Defense] do not touch these numbers.” Chambers notes the DMED database “went down the next day.” While the database was down, Chambers says those in charge of it “changed the numbers around.” (Indeed, the DoD claims that the DMED system went down due to a “glitch in the database.”)

While the CSPAN video is frustratingly hard to find, Senator Johnson is quoted on his website as saying that “Based on data from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), Thomas Renz, an attorney who is representing three Department of Defense (DoD) whistleblowers, reported that these whistleblowers found a significant increase in registered diagnoses on DMED for miscarriages, cancer, and many other medical conditions in 2021 compared to a five-year average from 2016-2020.”

On the same webpage, Johnson’s office notes the Senator has also raised concerns that “some DMED data showing registered diagnoses of myocarditis had been removed from the database.”

Chambers switches gears in response to another question from Merritt, noting that we [American citizens, European citizens, etc.] are at a point now where we must “take action” because we are seeing “fifth-generation warfare” playing out. “And fifth is a war for the mind, it’s a war for the heart, it’s using the data, it’s using 5G… “ Chambers adds. He specifically brings up the case of Operation Crimson Mist: a military operation in Rwanda in April of 1994 in which—supposedly, according to some online sources that don’t provide source documents—the U.S. military used a large microwave dish aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft to incite warfare amongst Hutu and Tutsi tribesmen; specifically by using the microwave dish to “electromagnetically augment” inherent animosity between the tribes.

An MC-130E Hercules. Image: Carlos Menendez San Juan

(Incidentally, website Educate-Yourself claims of Crimson Mist that “What the Hercules crew… achieved has been an open secret since the late fifties, when researchers accidentally discovered that there is a precise ‘control’ brain wave for literally everything we do, and for everything we feel.” The website adds that “The problem back then was that each of these control brain waves—rage, fear, panic, lethargy, vomiting and so on—had to be transmitted with an accuracy taken out to three decimal places, or they simply did not work at all… But as the years rolled by, and with the advent of transistors and microprocessors, the operational application of precise control brain waves became practical reality.”)

“The front of this thing is not… in France. It’s not at Iwo Jima, it’s in your hand ’cause you got it in your phone,” Chambers says, specifying the fifth-generation battlefield.

Regarding the state of the war, Chambers says we’re in the “contingency” phase, although we are, apparently, rapidly approaching the tipping point into full-blown “emergency.” Specifically, he notes people need to have a plan “for how do we respond to this [attack on America and its values] so we don’t lose a somewhat compromised Constitution.” Chambers adds “We fought for that. We put a uniform on for that.”

General Milley. Image: Monica King, United States Army

“The last thing we want is a shooting war,” Chambers says of Americans. He adds, however, “that we’ve had little pockets of civil war in Portland and Chicago. Those are civil wars… people fighting each other in the streets, we don’t want that nation, we don’t want anything like that….” Despite not wanting civil war, Chambers does say the most critical thing is that “we don’t want our Constitution to be usurped by the WHO or anybody else.” (Which is a literal and monumental threat to America’s sovereignty.)

As for who’s really in charge of the military, Chambers says “Everybody thinks General Milley is in charge [but] General Milley works at the Pentagon and represents the Pentagon policy.” Conversely, he says it’s the combatant commanders who “control the troops.” Chambers says combatant commanders need to “get together and talk” about “interposition”; that is, “interposing” oneself in the military rank beyond one’s own with a dissenting opinion. I.e. Chambers encourages soldiers not to follow unlawful orders.

Chambers goes on to further elaborate on the crisis at America’s Southern border. He notes that last year—in 2021—he was seeing 20,000 illegal immigrants coming across the border per week and says that it’s “three times as many now.” Worsening things, Chambers notes 22% of those coming into the country illegally are fighting-age males. “These [men] could be considered—in my book—sleeper cells,” Chambers tells Merritt. He also says that recent arsons at various food processing plants around the nation were likely accomplished using some of these “sleeper cell” individuals as pawns.

“It doesn’t take much for me to go to one of them [the illegal immigrants], pay them off, and [have them] go do something nefarious like [set a fire],” Chambers says. He adds that the illegal-immigrant pawns used to do the dirty work “won’t ever know who the boss was. It’ll be some cutout between who’s going to say ‘Hey buddy, could you go do this?'”

Chambers notes the illegal immigrants aren’t coming from Mexico, but rather a plethora of 121 different countries. Most recently, from Ukraine. Facilitating the invasion, Chambers notes the Communist Chinese government is building roads through the Darién Gap—that is, the portion of the Pan-American highway (which measures 19,000 miles in total between South America and North America)—that’s currently roadless thanks to an existing swathe of the Darién jungle.

Chambers notes the Federal government refuses to do anything about the invasion. And while Texas Governor Greg Abbot has sent the Texas Army National Guard, their hands are apparently tied; meaning they’ve only had a toothless response to the influx of illegal immigrants.

Making things even worse Chambers says that on the border the Guard will lose 4,000 soldiers when the federal government “boots them out” for not taking the COVID-19 injections. “They will not take it,” Chambers says emphatically of the 4,000 troops.

Chambers goes on to discuss the oddities of the U.S. response to the COVID “pandemic” of 2020. “In the first week [of the COVID crisis] in Texas alone we spent $25 million dollars in just PPE alone. And these boxes started rolling in, and they were marked from China on the side and I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me?'” Chambers goes on to note the PCR tests he received were also from China—and that he was (nonsensically) instructed to perform them on asymptomatic people.

Using the PCR tests from China, Chambers says he was instructed to—in effect—go to meatpacking plants and shut them down; i.e. come up with PCR tests “positive” for COVID so he could say there was an outbreak and that the plant needed to be shut down. By the third meatpacking plant, Chambers said he advised the owner simply to avoid having their employees come in on the day the Guard was performing testing. Apparently nobody being tested—even those who came up positive—were actually sick.

Toward the end of the video Chambers further discusses Major Lieutenant Theresa Long. The green beret and doctor says the night before Long gave testimony in a federal court in Florida for a class action lawsuit against the Biden administration, the DoD, and the DoHNavy SEAL 1 v. Biden—she was instructed by her commanding officer not to discuss the DMED or the dangers of the COVID-19 “vaccines” by her commanding officers. The lawsuit—brought by religious liberty organization Liberty Counsel against Biden’s administration—alleged that federal employees and federal civilian contractors had been unlawfully mandated to get the COVID shots or face dishonorable discharge from the military or termination from employment. 

When Long took the stand in court—as she had been subpoenaed to testify and had, by that time, had whistleblower status protection—she told the judge she had been ordered not to answer questions regarding DMED, etc. (In the video immediately above, Long gives testimony at a roundtable organized by Senator Johnson. She notes specifically that “I believe the COVID vaccine is a greater threat to soldiers’ health and military readiness than the virus itself” and that “Over 200,000 service members have rejected the vaccine yet the military is pressing forward without regard to the damage to the morale and readiness to process these soldiers out.”)

“These people [Long’s commanding officers] are coercive and they’re breaking the law and they’re getting away with it” Chambers tells Merritt.

When Merritt asks Chambers what’s going on with the leadership of the army that it would allow for this mass poisoning of its own troops, he says that “There is either fear or weakness that’s going on… [and] if you are not exercising truth and you are not interposing for your soldiers, that is weakness.” Chambers adds, however, that “if they’re traitors, may God help [them]… because this is fifth generation warfare and if somebody were to classify it as such, that’s a firing squad. Or at least [the] rest of [their lives] in prison.” (Chambers notes “we may even have to go after the Joint Chiefs [of Staff]” regarding allegations of wrongdoing.)

General Norris. Image: National Guard Bureau

Along with coercion in regards to Major Lieutenant Long, Chambers notes he had a letter written from his state surgeon—that is, the state adjutant general, General Norris—to himself and his peer military doctors in Texas saying “all providers [in] the state of Texas, if you cannot talk soldiers into taking the vaccines, recuse yourself.” Chambers notes the letter also said that “if somebody wants a medical waiver, it’s not going to be approved. [And] this is way in the very beginning. So they’re saying [at that point] already that it’s not going to be approved.”

On top of that, Chambers notes the letter said that “If somebody wants a medical waiver, it’s not going to be approved.” Regarding religious waivers, the letter said “Remember that kid in basic that wanted to go to Church on Sunday so they didn’t have to work, yeah, well, good luck with that one too.”

As a consequence of her conduct, Chambers notes General Norris was relieved of her command. Indeed, the Military Times reported on March 14, 2022 that “Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday he has replaced Maj. Gen. Tracy Norris as leader of the Texas Military Department after months of criticism that her handling of his highly touted border mission had led to deplorable living conditions for troops.”

Feature image: Brighteon TV / The Medical Rebel

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