Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson held a panel discussion Tuesday which included Lieutenant Colonel Theresa LongBrigade Surgeon for the Army’s 1st Aviation Brigade in Ft. Rucker, Alabama.

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The intent of the panel was for the Senator and guests to speak on “the importance of American’s health care freedom and recognizing natural immunity, the impacts of mandates on the American workforce and the economy, and the lack of transparency from federal health agencies in response to his COVID-19 oversight requests.”

During her portion, Long spoke of three pilots she had to ground in one morning, all three due to vaccine injuries.

“The third pilot,” she said, “had been vaccinated and felt like he was drunk, chronically fatigued within 24 hours after vaccination. The pilot told me he didn’t know what to do, so he drank a lot of coffee to try and ‘wake himself up,’ and continued to fly until he realized it wasn’t going away.”

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The Lieutenant Colonel described what happened to her when she brought the incidents to her commanding officer’s attention.

“After I reported to my command my concerns that in one morning,” she said, “I had to ground three out of three pilots due to vaccine injuries, the next day my patients were canceled, my charts were pulled for review, and I was told that I would not be seeing acute patients anymore- just healthy pilots there for their flight physical.

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Johnson invited those from Big Pharma, the CDC, NIH, HHS, and more to hear the panel where he discussed officials not having not been honest about vaccines and vaccine injuries. Several people who have suffered from vaccine injuries were present to speak as well.

One woman injured from the vaccine, Suzanne Newell from St. Paul, Minnesota, said she wants a “federal safety net” for other injured people, as well as for medical professionals to acknowledge those injured vaccines.