The Biden Regime’s military is allegedly purging the U.S. Armed forces of religious service members.
Military Times reported:
Three active duty service members appeared in a segment aired Thursday on a podcast hosted by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Florida, accusing the Defense Department of using the COVID-19 vaccine mandate to “intentionally purge” religious service members.
Air Force Capt. Jordan Karr, Army Maj. Samuel Sigoloff and Air Force Master Sgt. Nickolas Krupper made their cases from a variety of angles ― including religious freedom, controversy over the emergency authorization vs. Food and Drug Administration-approved version of the Pfizer vaccine and “natural immunity” to the novel coronavirus. But all agreed that the involuntary separation policy for vaccine refusal is part of a concerted effort to remove certain members of the military.
“If you are a believer and you are listening to this podcast, you need to understand that God-fearing service members are being intentionally purged from the services,” Karr said.
All three service members are party to one of several lawsuits troops have filed against the Defense Department and the services, alleging mostly that the religious exemption process is unconstitutional.
“It’s a purposeful purge,” Sigoloff added. “Anyone who would disobey an unlawful order is being purged out of the military, and there is a shadow policy in place that that is protecting all of these people enforcing this shadow policy.”
#GatewayPundit: Biden’s Military Is Using the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate to ‘Intentionally Purge’ Religious Service Members (via @Firebrand_Pod)https://t.co/tr2ZtIfsOv
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) April 29, 2022
All three troops are subject to involuntary separation because they refused to get the experimental shot, but they are in a holding pattern as religious exemptions are adjudicated and their lawsuit plays out.
Krupper is two years away from retirement eligibility, he said, and would lose out on a pension and medical benefits for his family if he is forced out.
Around 3,400 troops have been discharged for refusal to take the COVID-19 injection, service personnel officials told lawmakers on Wednesday.
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