Vaccine mandate rescinded for military troops

January 11 – On Tuesday, the United States Secretary of Defense officially rescinded the military’s COVID19 vaccine mandate for troops. 

After two years of mandated vaccinations of an injection that was emergency authorization use only, a number of people see this as a real win. 

State Senator Doug Mastriano said, “There was a lot of vaccine injuries, fact, even according to the CDC Affairs website as well as the military’s medical site, which of course then was taken down so people couldn’t look at it because the data wasn’t matching the rhetoric.” 

Interestingly, this happened as a part of the huge omnibus spending bill that passed right before the holidays.

Part of the concession for getting the $1.7 billion package through was to end the vaccination requirement for the military. 

Mastriano said, “There’s always an angle. Here’s the angle. Apparently it only affects at this point that memo, the active force. Apparently the reserves and the National Guard troops and the Air Guard troops are still underneath the CDC jab requirement. It is so dysfunctional.” 

Mastriano plans to reintroduce the Medical Freedom Act in Pennsylvania, which will prohibit a state agency or political subdivision from mandating an individual to receive a COVID-19 vaccination; clearly state that an individual in the Commonwealth may not be discriminated against, denied services or denied medical care for refusal to accept a COVID-19 vaccination; and prohibit all employers in the state from taking any adverse employment action against an individual who declines a COVID-19 vaccination.

He said, “Let it go already. There’s overwhelming evidence that we were right all along. The conspiracy theorists and propagandists were on the other side. This needed to be a choice.”