The Biden Administration’s treatment of military members refusing to take the experimental COVID-19 shot is sickening.
Military members who exercised their 1st Amendment right to freedom of religion have been coerced and blacklisted for their decisions.
Unvaccinated Coast Guard cadets received the latest discrimination from the Biden Regime.
After receiving notification of the final military adjudication of their cases, Coast Guard cadets who sought a religious exemption from the military’s COVID-19 jab mandate were ordered to leave campus within 24 hours.
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🚨 The Coast Guard Academy is ousting unvaccinated cadets for their religion!
Their reason for joining was to protect the #1A (freedom of religion)! Now the military is retaliating against them for exercising that freedom?
— FreedomWorks (@FreedomWorks) August 29, 2022
“Much like the West Point cadets whose appeals of religious accommodation requests (RAR) for exemption were denied, the Coast Guard cadets were afforded barely any time to adjust to the final military adjudication of their cases,” Just the News reported.
“The cadets’ RAR appeals were denied in May. In June, the Coast Guard Academy notified the unvaccinated cadets that they would be disenrolled. The cadets appealed the disenrollment, but the academy didn’t reject the appeals until Aug. 15.”
The academy notified the cadets of its decision on August 18, three days later, and ordered them to leave by Aug. 19, the following afternoon.
Coast Guard Academy is removing unvaccinated cadets for their religion! After receiving notification of the final military adjudication of their cases, cadets who sought a religious exemption from the military’s Covid-19 Vax mandate were ordered to leave campus within 24 hours pic.twitter.com/mxXBKZKClv
— Lisa Marie (@Lisamarie1577) August 30, 2022
From Just the News:
When military members are denied their RARs for vaccine mandates, they’re allowed to appeal the denials. If their appeals are denied, then the military begins the process of separating them from the service.
After being ordered to leave within 24 hours of being notified that their disenrollment appeals were denied, the seven unvaccinated Coast Guard cadets had to pack up everything and figure out how to get themselves and all their belongings home before the deadline, one cadet told Just the News on Monday.
The cadets are still enrolled in the academy and receive pay — which the cadet said is like “pennies,” anyway — as they’re on temporary duty at their home addresses. Thus, they are required to attend their military trainings online, despite being unable to attend classes that started on Aug. 22.
Because the cadets haven’t been disenrolled yet, they can’t leave the Coast Guard to look somewhere else for a job or education. The cadet said that it’s too late to transfer to another college at this point in the semester and that not all military academy credits transfer over, anyway.
The academy hasn’t told the cadets what the next steps are for disenrollment or when they will occur. Even if the academy lets them back, they have already fallen behind in their classes, according to the cadet.
Two of the unvaccinated cadets being forced to leave the academy’s campus are seniors, one is a junior, and four are sophomores. All of the freshman cadets were required to be vaccinated, as those who were unvaccinated were weeded out during bootcamp this summer, the cadet told Just the News.
Read the full report at Just the News.