Monday 10 January 2022

TRAGIC: New Pentagon Data Reveals The Number of Military Members Who Committed Suicide From Just July-September Soared


According to the latest data that was released by the Pentagon, over 150 members of the U.S. military took their own lives in the third quarter of 2021, which is astonishingly almost double the number of service members who have died from the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.

The Pentagon report states that a total of 163 service members committed suicide between July and September 2021 – 70 of which were active service members, 56 were reserve members, and 37 were members of the national guard.

This was also around the time that Joe Biden was abandoning the US mission in Afghanistan.

This was a huge blow to the psyche of thousands of active duty military and the veterans who fought in the 20-year war.  The fact that Joe Biden turned the country over to the Taliban and then armed them is just unbelievable.

Throughout the first three quarters of 2021, the numbers are even more staggering, with a combined total of 476 military suicides.

But as of January 8, just 86 members of the military have died from (or with) the coronavirus throughout the entire manufactured pandemic.

Without even accounting for the 4th quarter, there were OVER FIVE AND A HALF TIMES as many suicides as there were Covid deaths in the military.


Despite the low number of casualties and the mountain of evidence showing that this virus is not deadly to healthy military-aged individuals, Biden has mandated all US military members must take the experimental Covid jab. As of December, the military began purging its ranks of those who had not complied with the vaccine mandate.

So far, hundreds of world-class soldiers have been dishonorably discharged already, with tens of thousands more awaiting their turn on the chopping block.

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