US Army strips pay and benefits from 60,000 unvaccinated National Guardsman

At a time when most Americans have moved on from the pandemic, over 60,000 National Guardsman and Reservists have been barred from performing their military obligations to protect the nation because they are not willing to violate their conscience by getting the Covid-19 vaccine.

The announcement made by the U.S. Army on Friday will result in the service members being stripped of 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,” a spokesperson for the Army said in a statement to Military.com.

The deadline set for the Army National Guardsmen to roll up their sleeves was June 30 which came at precisely the same time that recruitment has been an uphill battle as their target demographic has largely avoided the vaccine.

An Army official warned that continued refusal to accept the poke could result in their separation from the armed forces, saying “In the future, Soldiers who continue to refuse the vaccination order without an exemption may be subject to additional adverse administrative action, including separation.”

While those nearly 3,000 part-time soldiers who have asserted a religious exemption will continue to receive pay and benefits, not a single one has been granted.

Of the 53 Guardsmen who requested a permanent medical exemption, only six have been granted. There are no medical exemption requests among the Reservists.

The coerced medical treatment has come into question by many soldiers who did their homework after numerous adverse side effects have been reported from each of the various injectables, such as 29-year-old mountain bike champion Kyle Warner who reportedly sustained career-ending vaccine injuries including pericarditis, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), and arthritis. Similarly, the NBA’s Brandon Goodwin apparently sat on the sidelines for a season due to vaccine-induced blood clots.

Although threats of termination have been looming from the inception of the body violating orders, there is not currently any official information on when or if the pureblood soldiers will receive separation paperwork for declining the shot.

“We’re going to give every soldier every opportunity to get vaccinated and continue their military career,” an email from the director of the Army Guard Lt. Gen. Jon Jensen read. “We’re not giving up on anybody until the separation paperwork is signed and completed.”

The unvaccinated make up 12 percent of the Army Reservists and 13 percent of the Army National Guard, Fox News reported.

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