Earlier this year, “President” Joe Biden set forward a mandate for all federal government employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
According to the mandate, failure to adhere to the created requirements would result in stiff consequences, including, for many, the termination of their position.
Last week, the mandate went into effect, which has not only left tens of thousands of federal employees potentially facing the loss of their job, but because the United States Armed Forces are considered federal employees, it is putting thousands of brave men and women behind the eight-ball in more ways than one.
According to several military branches, including the Marines, Air Force, Space Force and U.S. Navy, active members who do not comply with the mandate will be ripped from their service and relieved of duty.
There have been life-long federal and state employees, such as police officers in various states who have been forced to either resign or face termination, this due to not opting into the “vaccine.”
There have been various consequences attached to not following state or federal mandate requirements. However, it’s possible for the thousands of active service members in the U.S. who have made the choice to skip the vaccine, that things might go from bad to worse.
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) recently made the announcement that any service member who does not follow the mandate will not only be booted from the service, but it will be done so as a dishonorable discharge.
When anything but an honorable discharge from a branch of the military occurs, the service member is stripped of all veteran benefits. In other words, pensions, retirements, access to health care and other veteran services will no longer be made available to them, all because they didn’t receive a shot (or two).
It doesn’t matter if a service member has been in the Army for six months, or the Air Force for 20 years, all benefits could be stripped away.
The booting of non-vaccinated service members could have a two-prong effect on the military in general. At the individual level, those removed from service would be forced to re-enter civilian life. For these individuals, many of whom have been in the military since high school, finding a job and securing financial assistance for homes could prove especially difficult without the help of the VA and other programs.
Homelessness rates for former American service men and women would almost undoubtedly skyrocket, which itself would put an additional financial burden on city, state and federal government spending.
The second prong is a larger big-picture view of the military following the removal of non-vaccinated individuals. Specialists, such as stealth pilots, might be thinned out. Positions, specifically within the Air Force and Space Force, often require not only extensive training, but high-end degrees to match (that’s why the Air Force Academy is one of the most difficult educational institutions to enroll in).
The removal of these specialists would weaken America’s ability to spring into action when necessary.
There will still be soldiers at the ready, but what happens when there’s no pilot to take them?
This would leave the United States scrambling for alternatives, or even the need to rely on outside assistance and other nations in certain instances.
All of this because several thousand Armed Forces members have decided to exercise their personal freedoms and not receive a “vaccine” that’s not really a vaccine.
So with the mandate now having fully taken effect, when could punishments and consequences begin rolling out?
Ultimately, it will be up to not only the specific branches, but individual bases as well. Each American base around the world might be required to levy the punishments.
Could certain troops be transferred to different bases where the mandate requirements are not as strict?
It’s possible, but not likely.
For military branches that are being forced by the White House and “President” Biden to remove brave active service men and women from posts while stripping them of their benefits, spending additional funds to reposition them to a different base (or different country) is not a high priority.
Not to a puppet dictator of the New World Order.