As China and Russia assert their military dominance, the U.S. Government has started purging patriots from their ranks, specifically in the United States Marine Corp.
According to a new report, Marines are claiming they are being “crushed” by the Defense Department’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, with the military branch declining to approve a single religious exemption application.
Several active-duty Marines spoke to Fox News Wednesday and told the news organization that some of the Corps’ “best and brightest” were being forced out due to the requirement. One lieutenant colonel told the outlet the Pentagon was looking to discharge members “as fast as they can and as brutally as they can, damaging every Marine as much as they can on the way out.”
The officer claimed they were warned by a colonel: “Tread very carefully, this is political, you will be crushed like an ant.”
“Do I want to continue serving in an institution that crushes people for bringing up reasonable points in defending their faith?” they asked.
Back in October, we warned this was coming. It seems our government has been taken over by Chinese sympathizers who are systematically dismantling our military and attempting to neutralize our ability to fight wars.
“The louder I speak, the tighter the screws are turned against me,” a master sergeant also alleged.
As of last week, 169 Marines had been discharged from service for refusing the vaccine. Members of the Corps had until Nov. 28 to get at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose unless they filed for an exemption.
As of Dec. 23, 3,192 religious exemption requests have been made and 3,080 have been processed and denied, Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Ryan Bruce said. Some Marines who spoke with Fox News claimed their religious exemption applications have been declined without consideration. Eight rejection letters provided to the outlet cited “military readiness” as the reason behind the denial.
Others claimed that some Marines have submitted up to 30 pages of material to back up their application, only to receive a generalized rejection.
“On the religious side, this is absolutely a travesty what’s happening,” a chief warrant officer said. “People are getting blanket denials, they’re not addressing the individual concerns or beliefs of Marines who are submitting for religious accommodations, and I think that’s just horribly wrong. I honestly believe that they’re not really reading the packages.”