The Pentagon is Working Overtime to Inoculate All Service Members, and Discharge All Who Refuse to Comply.

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After a court judge this week prevented the military from disciplining a group of Navy SEALs who sought religious exemptions from the Pentagon’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, officials at the Pentagon are weighing their options.

“Of course, we’re aware of the injunction,” Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters in Washington on Tuesday. “We’re reviewing it and in discussions with the Department of Justice as to what options might be available to us going forward.”

Kirby declined to say anything else, citing the current legal battle.

The suit was launched last year by a group of Navy members who said the administration’s religious exemption process was a fraud because none had been granted.

The Navy has approved only one religious accommodation request since 2015, and none for the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to U.S. Judge Reed O’Connor, a George W. Bush nominee.

“The Navy provides a religious accommodation process, but by all accounts, it is theater. The Navy has not granted a religious exemption to any vaccine in recent memory. It merely rubber stamps each denial,” O’Connor wrote as he entered a preliminary injunction against the military branch.

According to the judge, the exemption requests are “denied the moment they begin” because of the way the procedure for adjudicating them is set up.

The matter would be sent to an appeals court, which would decide whether to uphold or overturn the preliminary injunction.

The lawsuit may end up before the Supreme Court, which has so far refused to intervene in any COVID-19 vaccine tyranny.

The nation’s top court, on the other hand, will hear challenges to the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for private employers on Jan. 7.

The military’s mandate was challenged again by the state of Texas on Tuesday.

Attorney General Ken Paxton of Texas filed a lawsuit over the attempt to compel National Guardsmen to get vaccinated, claiming that the Guard is under state control unless the federal government mobilizes it.

“Neither the President nor federal military officials can order the Governor of Texas and non-federalized National Guardsmen to comply with a vaccination mandate or to direct a particular disciplinary action for failure to comply,” Paxton, a Republican, said in his statement. “This is one of the the many examples of federal overreach by the Biden Administration.”

Another Republican, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, has ordered the state’s adjutant general not to discipline any guardsmen who refuse to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Pentagon has maintained that it does in fact have the authority to require National Guard personnel to get vaccinated, and a federal judge last month dismissed Oklahoma’s attempt to halt the order.

A political purge is the perfect way to describe what were seeing happen to these service members. Many of whom won’t know where to turn for employment considering the instability of the job market for unvaccinated individuals. Many service members are likely to wake up to the political and spiritual warfare being waged over their heads. In light of such polarization, many will be inclined to recluse and search for answers for themselves. Does that make an individual crazy? Not for the roughly 50% of the unvaccinated American population.

The internet has proved to be a place in which you can tune into various frequencies in search of a perspective that best fits your narrative. I could make up an argument on the fly and back it up with facts and statistics pertaining to my argument. With that being said, the news about COVID-19 is terrifyingly polarizing. There is a spectrum, by which all narratives of the COVID-19 agenda are carefully presented to anyone conducting research. The opposing sides of the spectrum are those who are sold on the COVID-19 pandemic, and those who aren’t sold at all.

But it becomes extremely important that we listen to our gut, when we notice that someone is eyeballing something that rightfully belongs to you. Our civil liberties are merely gods gift to man interpreted by men of power. No man, woman, government, organization, forum, or anything will prosper as a weapon against God. With that being said, when our God given rights are at stake, it is probably best to question the integrity of those who propose the removal of such rights. In summary, if you’re not a “conspiracy theorist” you probably aren’t asking very many questions about the world around you.

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.

Hosea 4:6

United Airlines, based in Chicago, Illinois, has been sued by 2,000 employees after the business threatened to fire them for requesting religious exemptions to the COVID vaccine mandate. After applying for a religious or medical exception to the airline’s wide vaccine mandate, the employees were placed on unpaid leave.

According to CBN News, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby proclaimed, “Any pilot, or any employee, who all of a sudden decides, ‘I’m really religious,’ you’re putting your job on the line.” “You had better be careful with that.” (Pause… wow.)

Kirby’s threat sparked a class-action lawsuit filed by more than 2,000 United Airlines employees who formed the Airline Employees for Health Freedom alliance (AE4HF). The workers say that the airline violated its legal rights by firing at least 200 employees and refusing to pay 2,000 others for more than a month.

Sherry Walker, co-founder of AE4HF and a United Airlines captain, stated, “We are standing for our religious freedom and medical autonomy, and we feel we are entitled to the protections under Title VII.” Walker also accused United Airlines of preventing employees from looking for work elsewhere and denying them access to their savings and 401(k) plans.

Meanwhile, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is hearing the AE4HF’s class-action lawsuit. If the workers win on the merits and the judge issues a preliminary injunction, United Airlines will be required to reinstate their employment or provide them with paid leave.

The Senate Oversight Committee was also interested in United Airlines’ response to employees who sought religious exemptions from the COVID immunization. Major airlines, notably United Airlines, have been questioned by lawmakers about how they spent more than $70 million in Cares Act money intended to assist them in recovering from the COVID outbreak.

Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge James Ho wrote in an opinion that the district court concluded  “[United Airlines’] mandate…reflects an apathy, if not disdain, for many of its employees’ concerns and a paucity of tolerance for individuals expressing diversity of view,” Judge James Ho said in a ruling for the district court. The airline showed a “calloused approach” and “apparent scorn for” persons of faith, according to the judgement.

According to Breitbart News, Sen. Ted Cruz was outraged by United Airlines’ treatment of religious employees, and he lambasted Kirby for his “very unsettling” handling of unvaccinated personnel. The Republican leader of Texas grilled Kirby on the company’s vaccine obligation during a hearing for the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation concerning the airline industry’s governance.

Sen. Cruz pressed Kirby on why, in the face of a pilot shortage, United Airlines opted to put 80 pilots on unpaid leave who had requested religious or medical exemptions. Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, a Republican, addressed Kirby about his “apparently self-created dilemma,” according to the story. The case “Sambrano v. United Airlines” is now pending in the Fifth Circuit of the United States.

You must always remember that you are a child of God in moments like these. You must not allow anything of this world to receive your support while at the same time rob men and women of faith. We don’t run away from confrontation just because we’re terrified of it. Why should we be afraid when we have God on our side? Matthew 10:34 says: “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.

Furthermore, deciding not to support a company like United Airlines is a question of where your priorities lie as a child of God, and it is something we should pray about and seek God’s advice on. Whether you choose to protest in public or speak out in your own neighborhood, remember that as Christians, we are representing Christ to the world, and what we do and say, as well as how we say it, can affect how others perceive Jesus through us. Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you. 

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  1. ragman57 on January 6, 2022 at 11:39 pm

    Dr. Daniel Nagase discusses the mechanisms behind the risks of mRNA shots when discussing the vaccine test data published by Pfizer, which indicates a 30% or more negative response rate towards the jabs “with no recovery,” including mortality which accounts for 3% of the vaccinated trial participants. However, in the process they “were directly attributable to Pfizer’s COVID-19 injections.”

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