United States Marines serving under Gen. Eric M. Smith on Friday arrested Dr. Michael Malanoski, Deputy Director, Defense Health Agency, on charges of treason and seditious conspiracy, sources in the general’s office told Real Raw News.
As the deputy director of the Defense Health Agency, Malanoski supported the DHA Director in leading a joint, integrated Combat Support Agency enabling the Army, Navy, and Air Force medical services to provide a medically ready force and ready medical force to Combatant Commands in both peacetime and wartime. The DHA directs the execution of joint shared services to include the TRICARE Health Plan, pharmacy, health information technology, research & acquisition, education & training, public health, medical logistics, facility management, budget resource management, and contracting. The DHA administers the TRICARE Health Program providing worldwide medical, dental and pharmacy programs to more than 9.6 million uniformed service members, retirees and their families.
He is a staunch vaccine advocate. When illegitimate president Joseph R. Biden and his disdainful Defense Secretary, Lloyd Austin, mandated that all armed forces members get vaccinated or face punitive action, Malanoski empowered himself by sending “daily directives” to commanders of military installations both in the U.S. and abroad. His written missives encouraged both officers and enlisted men to abide Austin’s mandate or reap the consequences.
On April 19, 2022, when the FDA updated their July 13 Emergency Use Authorization for the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine to include individuals 12 years of age and older, Malanoski amplified his vaccine rhetoric, telling service members they could be dishonorably discharged for not having child dependents vaccinated.
Unfortunately, some service members heeded his warning. According to our source, the White Hat partition of the U.S. military is aware of at least 15 child dependents ages 12-14 who died after getting vaccinated.
But the loss of life did not deter Malanoski’s pro-vaccine crusade. After the House on 8 December voted to repeal Austin’s mandate that troops receive the coronavirus vaccine, Malanoski recommended that service members ignore the vote and instead follow CDC guidance, because “your lives and the lives of your family depend on your adherence to vaccine protocols.” He said that “Covid is still the greatest threat to society” and that “despite what you’ve heard, vaccine mandates are still in force.” Moreover, he threatened to deny “all” medical coverage to unvaccinated dependents.
Malanoski, our source said, deserves to either hang to death or spend life in prison for overstepping his authority and betraying our valiant military and their families.
“He’ll answer for what he’s done, but right now he’s sniveling in custody,” our source said.