After a whistleblower report was sent to Congress last week regarding recent COVID vaccine shipments to Coast Guard medical clinics, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) is asking for answers.
On Monday, nine military officers from across all the branches sent a whistleblower report to Congress regarding a COVID vaccine appearing at Coast Guard medical clinics.
Although labeled as Pfizer’s fully-FDA approved Comirnaty vaccine, the vaccine does not appear to have been manufactured in Belgium as is legally required per its FDA approval letter, according to the whistleblowers, and may actually be the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine that’s under emergency use authorization.
The military can only legally force service members to receive vaccines that are fully approved by the FDA, not those under FDA emergency use authorization. However, service members who have been denied religious exemptions from the military’s vaccine mandate are being forced out of the military, despite only emergency use authorization vaccines being made available.
Thus far, federal judges in various court cases have granted preliminary injunctions against the vaccine mandates in the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps for service members seeking religious exemptions.
The Gateway Pundit recently shared a troubling report of vaccine injuries that have occurred in the US Military. The report shares examples of adverse effects on members of the military of the vaccine mandate, of the vaccine itself on members, as well as the implications for national security.
Across each branch, hundreds of thousands of service members stand to be discharged for being in noncompliance with the mandates. The DoD has continuously downplayed these numbers while refusing to acknowledge the health risks the vaccines pose, and the detrimental impact to military end strength and national security. However, by comparing the DoD end strength numbers to the DOD’s vaccination data, the total number of service members that are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated equates to an upwards of 350,000, many of whom are now facing discharge for noncompliance. For perspective, during WWII, the United States lost 405,399 service members to combat, disease, or mishap. Of the more than 16 million that served, about 2.5% of those service members did not come home. Currently, the military is pursuing the discharge of nearly five times that percentage for the 2.3 million service members in the ongoing purge by the DoD. Even the DoD’s own data shows those in noncompliance as high as 13% within Army National Guard. Under Secretary Lloyd Austin’s policies, we are likely to discharge military members at a higher rate to the COVID vaccine mandate policies, a so called “policy casualty,” than to our combat casualties in WWII.
Despite these pending “policy casualties” to the military, Secretary Austin still demands a fully vaccinated force. This, ironically, as Navy warships remain docked and unable to deploy due to COVID outbreaks among crews with 100% vaccination rates.The impending question the DoD must address is this: Since the injections do not prevent infection, do not prevent transmission, are potentially causing more harm through under reported injuries, and likely contributing to the largest recruitment and retention issues in decades, then how is this policy preserving the health and readiness of our military. The clear answer is that Secretary Austin’s policy is in fact achieving the opposite, and it must be abandoned; quickly.
The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft recently interviewed USAF pilot Lt. John Bowes. Bowes submitted a request for a religious accommodation last year to the US military to excuse him from taking the experimental COVID vaccine, a request that was later denied. Lt. Bowes has been grounded since the denial last September.