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Deadlines are nearing for U.S. military members to comply with COVID jab mandates. As of last week, hundreds of thousands of American troops have yet to comply and are facing disciplinary action. As Church Militant's Kim Tisor explains, the uniformed patriots refuse to take the mandates lying down.
Service members against the jab are preparing for battle — in court. Representing all branches of service, they've joined a class-action lawsuit, along with some federal employees and contractors, against the Department of Defense, arguing the tyrannical mandates violate their religious beliefs.
The suit states the plaintiffs' beliefs compel them to "not condone, support, justify or benefit ... from the taking of innocent human life via abortion."
Last week, the military services' archbishop, Timothy Broglio, claimed service members shouldn't be forced to go against their conscience. But that pronouncement came glaringly late, considering the Department of Defense mandated the jab nearly two months ago.
There's serious concern over how vaccine requirements will impact military readiness.
J.H. Furman, Navy commander: "Can you imagine force-vaccinating everyone and throwing everyone in the same experimental group, and we don't know what the experimental vaccine is going to do in the end?"
The Navy is threatening severe punishment for COVID outliers, suggesting Navy SEALs be forced to repay the cost of their training, which, according to some estimates, is over a million dollars per service member.
Mandate deadlines start kicking in next month. All uniformed men and women take an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. It appears the biggest threat to them is here at home.