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The U.S. Army may be on the verge of experiencing an internal war like none ever seen before in American history, and all thanks to President Joe Biden.
According to the Army Times, an “execute” order was recently issued directing the U.S. Army to prepare soldiers for mandatory vaccination.
“Execute” orders, also known as EXORDS, “are utilized when the president directs the defense secretary to execute a military operation.”
In this case, the EXORD was issued as an update to a preexisting order, HQDA EXORD 225-21, COVID-19 Steady State Operations,” according to the Times, which claims to have obtained a copy of the order.
“Commanders will continue COVID-19 vaccination operations and prepare for a directive to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for service members [on or around] 01 September 2021, pending full FDA licensure,” the order reportedly states.
“Commands will be prepared to provide a backbrief on servicemember vaccination status and way ahead for completion once the vaccine is mandated.”
Neither the Pentagon nor the Army have confirmed the existence of the order. An Army spokesperson did suggest though that the military branch is “prepared” to force coronavirus vaccines on soldiers if necessary.
“As a matter of policy we do not comment on leaked documents. The vaccine continues to be voluntary. If we are directed by DoD to change our posture, we are prepared to do so,” a spokersperson told the Times.
Meanwhile, “The Pentagon has not put out any guidance to the services to prepare for a mandatory vaccine roll-out in September, a defense official separately [said],” according to the Times.
If the Biden administration does move forward with mandatory vaccinations, it could cause massive problems in the military.
A straw poll conducted in February found that a total 53 percent of active-duty families weren’t planning to obtain a coronavirus vaccine.
“40% of 57 active-duty service respondents said they would get the vaccine, while 49% said they would not. Another 11% said they were undecided. Among 613 spouses of active-duty personnel, 32% said they planned to get the vaccine, 54% said they would not and 14% were undecided,” as reported by Military.com
“Veteran families were slightly more inclined to get the vaccine, with 41% saying they would get it, 46% saying they would not and 13% undecided.”
Two months later, Military.com confirmed that 40 percent of Marines had turned down the coronavirus vaccine.
This data points to an overwhelming anti-vaccine sentiment in the military, likely due to the fact that the coronavirus poses less risk to young and healthy men/women, and also due possibly to concerns about contracting myocarditis.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) June 25, 2021
In fairness, the anti-vaccine sentiment has seemingly declined since its February high.
“About 70 percent of the Army’s personnel has already voluntarily received at least one dose of their COVID-19 vaccines as of the end of June,” Newsweek has confirmed.
It’s not clear whether similar declines have been seen in the other branches.
Still, this leaves 30 percent of Army soldiers unvaccinated. How would they respond to mandatory vaccination? The chatter on Twitter may offer a clue.
Dropping the retirement paperwork…you can keep your vaccine
— LHG 🇺🇸 (@LHG_1702) July 2, 2021
Only difference is that this one is experimental I would leave the service before I take that in my vein
— joe phillips (@joe_broadmore17) July 3, 2021
Such a disgrace. My dad and other veterans who fought for freedom are rolling in their graves. Our military deserves better than this idiotic leadership.
— Joe Sanders (@joesanders33) July 3, 2021
No one should be forced to take this rushed thru, unproven, EU only, non-FDA approved vax that doesn’t guarantee protection from infection/transmission & that has no long term effects studies. NO ONE!
— 19_mo_86 (@19_mo_86) July 4, 2021
Why I’m not taking it. I have coronary artery aneurisms and had a heart attack from what my cardiologist believes was a blood clot that got caught on an aneurysm. Not worth the risk of that happening again. Watched something about the S protein of the vaccine that causes this.
— Daryl Richardson (@dieseldaryl01) July 2, 2021
The soldiers should be offered the option to get out of their contract and quit
— The Wolf of Main St. (@TheWolfMainSt) July 4, 2021
This mandate is part of the ongoing purge of the military. People who get injected are displaying their compliance and subservience to the Biden regime
— Future Yeoman (@TCapsulae) July 4, 2021
And I hope they quit. Our armed forces have become totalitarian. Sad and unbelievable. I hope every member of the armed forces walks out and quits who do not want to get vaccinated.
— lincoln james (@lincoln89871402) July 3, 2021
All three major vaccines — Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson — have been linked to heart issues. While these issues are “very rare” and “often resolve quickly,” according to National Geographic, some people simply don’t want to take the risk.
But if the president does go through with a mandatory vaccination order, America’s men and women in uniform who already sacrifice so much on behalf of this country won’t even be granted a choice in this matter.
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