The Pentagon has required all troops in the United States military to take the COVID-19 experimental gene therapy shot. And now the date for compliance has been set.
“This is quite literally a matter of life and death for our soldiers, their families, and the communities in which we live,” said US Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Scott Dingle. “Case counts and deaths continue to be concerning as the Delta variant spreads, which makes protecting the force through mandatory vaccination a health and readiness priority for the total army.”
— U.S. Army (@USArmy) September 14, 2021
Active-duty army personnel will be required to be fully vaccinated by December 15, the branch announced in a statement on Tuesday, noting that reservists and National Guard units have until June 30, 2022, according to a report by RT.
In total, more than 1.1 million soldiers have been fully immunized across all four branches (the Space Force is counted with the air force’s figures), according to Pentagon data, which shows that the navy and air force lead in inoculations, each boasting vaccination rates in excess of 90%. The army, the largest branch by personnel, has vaccinated some 414,780 soldiers, or about 86% of the branch, while the Marine Corps lags behind with only some 65% of its 180,000 or so members fully vaccinated. –RT
Obviously, this isn’t about health, this is about making sure as many humans as possible take this shot. At this point, it’s become obvious. Unfortunately, for those in the military personnel, they have signed their lives away in order to follow the orders of the ruling class. This is simply another order and we need to recognize it for what it is.
The “vaccine” that is not a vaccine is the agenda right now. Who knows what will come of it, what’s really in it, and what it’s actually for. At this moment, there’s too much speculation. But they are pushing these shots overtly and that should be a red flag to everyone.
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