Biden just declared war on american’s freedoms

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    Even after all this…

    Army cuts off unvaccinated soldiers from service, threatening pay and benefits

    “Soldiers who refuse the vaccination order without an approved or pending exemption request are subject to adverse administrative actions, including flags, bars to service, and official reprimands,” an Army spokesperson said in a statement. “In the future, Soldiers who continue to refuse the vaccination order without an exemption may be subject to additional adverse administrative action, including separation.”

    And the admin wants separation.

    There are 40,000 National Guard and 22,000 Reserve soldiers that haven’t received the vaccine, making up 13% and 12% of their ranks, respectively.

    And yet I doubt any with be approved for an exemption.

    There were 7,767 temporary exemptions given in the National Guard and 6,457 in the Reserves according to Army data. Only six permanent medical exemptions have been made nationally for the National Guard, without any religious exemptions. Not a single Reserve soldier has received a medical or religious exemption.

    OK, of all they only allowed six.  And I am sure they will be actively working against them to prevent promotions, advancements, etc.

    But civil law rulings/judgements won’t stop the armed forces from biases/job action against the non-jabbed.


    Some good news!

    Appeals court says U.S. cannot mandate federal contractor COVID vaccines

    A U.S. appeals court on Monday said the White House could not require federal contractors to ensure that their workers are vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of government contracts.

    About time!

    The court said Biden wanted it “to ratify an exercise of proprietary authority that would permit him to unilaterally impose a healthcare decision on one-fifth of all employees in the United States. We decline to do so.”

    Over-reach of power.  Good thing a court saw right threw it.

    The majority opinion written by Judge Kurt Engelhardt said a broad interpretation of the law could give Biden “nearly unlimited authority to introduce requirements into federal contracts.”

    And an example of that would be?

    Illustrating that point, he added, “hypothetically, the president could mandate that all employees of federal contractors reduce their BMI (body mass index) below a certain number on the theory that obesity is a primary contributor to unhealthiness and absenteeism.”

    Or that all employees are part of a union, or the company has to be woke, or the company has to be a declared 100% dem donor, etc.

    Graves disputed the BMI comparison, saying if a president sought to impose “draconian measures outside the mainstream of American companies, he or she would hear from the people or from Congress.”

    And he did.  How many people and governors raised their voices over the lockdowns and forced jabs?

    Guess that fact was lost on them when those draconian measures were happening.



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