Resistance to the vaccine mandate continues to mount.
Mass non-compliance also seems to have taken root in the military, as hundreds of thousands of military personnel remain unvaccinated, even as the deadline for the mandate looms.
Will they continue to resist?
Judging by a conversation that I had with several friends who are in the service, I can say that they will absolutely resist these tyrannical mandates every step of the way.
We are probably about to lose a lot of great people in our armed forces…..people are ready and willing to quit over this.
There is a firm line drawn in the sand, and this regime just keeps pushing up against it.
Here are the latest developments:
“Hundreds of thousands of troops remain unvaccinated” with deadline to vaccinate approaching.
Pilots and ATC are refusing the vax and shutting down airlines.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 11, 2021
— The Hill (@thehill) October 10, 2021
The Epoch Times had more:
“There’s been a significant pushback,” Sean Timmons, a military veteran and a managing partner at Tully Rinckey, told The Epoch Times.
The percentage of unvaccinated is likely to be so high that the military will use non-compliance with the mandate to kick out troops that leaders don’t like but will retain those they do, at least for a while, he added.
The American people mandate to the government what we want them to do the government does not tell us.
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— Pursuit of Happiness (@nrbest) October 15, 2021
Discharging the American Troops and the Navy who are refusing the Vaccination is stupid. They allow unvaccinated Mexican, Afghans, Haitians to come here. We left our vehicles and armory in Afghanistan. We will no longer be safe against out enemies,
— jcimm (@Joyce011950) October 14, 2021
Daily Mail provided these figures:
Meanwhile, just 72 percent of the 181,000 active Marine Corps personnel have been vaccinated – meaning close to 51,000 have yet to have the jab.
Both branches have to be fully vaccinated by November 28, under the Defense Department’s August mandate.
Figures show that 81 percent of Army members are fully vaccinated. That branch of the military has 485,000 members, with the 19 per cent who remain unvaccinated representing well over 95,000 personnel.