Watchman: The DOD Has a History of Fraud and Stealing From the American People

HNewsWire: In short, the defense budget is the equivalent of “pay-to-play,” in which the American people pay the US government to produce the results necessary to sustain their overinflated sense of self-worth. by Tyler Durden Authored by Scott Ritter, The US Department of Defense has failed its sixth annual audit in a row, but taxpayer money will keep going down that drain.. Recently, the Pentagon admitted it couldn’t account for trillions of dollars of US taxpayer money, having failed a massive yearly audit for the sixth year running. The process consisted of the 29 sub-audits of the DoD’s various services, and only seven passed this year – no improvement over the last. These audits only began taking place in 2017, meaning that the Pentagon has never successfully passed one. This year’s failure made some headlines, was commented upon briefly by the mainstream…

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Marine Corps Grants it’s First Religious Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate.

Nearly two months after the active-duty Marines’ vaccination deadline, the Marine Corps became the first branch of the US military to provide religious exemptions to the service’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The Marines have authorized two requests for religious accommodations under the mandate, according to a statement released by the branch on Thursday. The mandate was issued by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in August 2021, but every department of the military has refused to give religious accommodations, resulting in litigation and charges that the military is discriminating against religious troops in violation of federal law. A federal judge blocked the mandate for a group of Navy employees earlier this month due to a lack of approvals, stating that the record “overwhelmingly demonstrates that the Navy’s religious accommodation process is an exercise in futility.” According to Sean Timmons, managing partner of Tully…

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DOD Memo States Boosters Aren’t Required For Service Members.

According to a newly released memorandum, American troops are urged but not required to take COVID-19 vaccination booster doses. “receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose is not mandatory.” the military warned troops earlier this month in the memo released on Tuesday. A booster dose is not necessary for a person to be deemed completely vaccinated, according to the memo from Gilbert Cisneros, undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness. Because of the diminishing efficacy against infection and severe illness shown among individuals who got a primary dose, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised last month that all persons 18 and older take a booster dose, Cisneros noted. A Pfizer or Moderna booster is available six months after the original series is completed, while a Johnson & Johnson booster is available two months after the single-shot vaccination is completed. Teenagers…

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27 Airmen Administratively Discharged for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine.

The Air Force discharged 27 people for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine, the air service branch’s spokeswoman confirmed. The 27 are the first airmen to be administratively discharged for reasons related to the COVID-19 vaccine, Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefanek said on Monday, reported The Associated Press. The Air Force announced on Sept. 3 that all active-duty service members must be fully vaccinated by Nov. 2. Meanwhile, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve personnel had until Dec. 2. Thousands have either refused or sought an exemption, reported the news agency. Stefanek said all 27 were in their first term of enlistment and were younger and lower-ranking personnel. None of them sought any type of exemption, whether administrative, medical, or religious, and they were thus formally removed from service for having failed to obey an order, she said. It is also possible that some had other…

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The Us Army is Preparing to Enforce Mandatory Corona-Virus Vaccinations for Service

Members From the Beginning of September, According to an Army Times report… execute order (US DoD Definition) Definition of the term ‘execute order ‘ per official documentation of the United States Department of Defense. The report published Saturday notes “The Army has directed commands to prepare to administer mandatory COVID-19 vaccines as early as Sept. 1, pending full Food and Drug Administration licensure.” “The directive came from an execute order sent to the force by Department of the Army Headquarters,” the report adds. An update to a purported leaked military directive says that “Commands will be prepared to provide a backbrief on servicemember vaccination status and way ahead for completion once the vaccine is mandated.” Both the Army and the DoD have denied that there are plans for mandatory vaccinations. Army spokesperson Maj. Jackie Wren staled that “As a matter of policy we do not…

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