Military members are refusing the experimental gene therapy shot (inaccurately dubbed the COVID-19 vaccine) in massive numbers. Because of this, Joe Biden is considering mandating they take the shot.
The Pentagon is “sounding the alarm” when it comes to those in the military refusing to be “vaccinated” with the new experimental shot they continue to push.
When asked if he was considering mandating the “vaccine” for those in the military, Biden said: “I don’t know. I’m going to leave that to the military.” He made those comments to NBC News’ Craig Melvin in an interview that aired Friday, in response to a question on whether he would mandate the vaccine for U.S. service members once it is fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Remember, the “vaccine” is not approved by the FDA, it only can be used during a state of emergency under emergency use authorization and those who created the “vaccine” are not liable for side effects of the shot including death.
“Once the FDA gives final approval for the vaccinations, not emergency use authorization, but final approval, will you order service members to get the COVID vaccine?” –@CraigMelvin asks President Biden pic.twitter.com/f9W50USvaa
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) April 30, 2021
“I’m not saying I won’t [mandate vaccines]. I think you’re going to see more and more of them getting it,” Biden said. “And I think it’s going to be a tough call as to whether or not they should be required to have to get it in the military because you’re in such close proximity with other military personnel — whether you’re in a quarters, where you’re all sleeping, or whether you’re out in maneuvers.”
With roughly one-third of troops declining to take the shot as of February, according to congressional testimony from military officials. Earlier this month, the Pentagon reported that nearly 40 percent of Marines who had been offered the vaccine turned it down. –Politico
Back in March, members of the ruling class begged other members of the same ruling class to mandate vaccines for the military.
If Biden does not mandate the vaccine, the military’s top brass looks poised to do so himself. Pentagon press secretary John Kirby confirmed the military’s top brass was weighing a mandatory vaccination order, according to Politico. “Obviously, we’re thinking about what happens when they become FDA-approved,” Kirby told reporters. “It would change the character of the decision-making process, about whether they could be mandatory or voluntary. But I don’t want to get ahead of that process right now.”
Notice how he said “when” the experimental gene therapies become FDA-approved, not “if?” As if any studies will have no bearing on the approval. It’ll all be subject to the official narrative that will push the agenda of the rulers.
The skepticism of the vaccine within the military’s ranks mirrors the hesitancy the White House is trying to combat among a broad segment of the civilian population, as U.S. vaccine supply begins to outpace demand and shots have become available to all American adults 16 and older.