The Air Force And Navy Have Announced That They Have Not Approved ANY Religious Exemptions To Covid Vaccine Mandate
· · Dec 27, 2021 ·

Biden Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered all military personnel to receive the Covid-19 vax back in August, and since that time the military has examined thousands of religious exemptions requests.

However, according to an announcement by the Air Force, they have denied EVERY SINGLE REQUEST that has so far been reviewed.

"The Department of the Air Force is processing a number of Religious Accommodation Requests for the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 10,000 requests from across the Total Force have been received, of which approximately 2,100 have been disapproved due to military readiness considerations.Each request is individually reviewed by Religious Resolution Teams at the wing, garrison, major command and field command levels, which are made up of chaplains, medical providers, judge advocates, and other subject matter experts. Religious Resolution Teams make recommendations on determining the least restrictive means possible to accommodate a sincerely held belief without putting mission accomplishment at risk."

I'm sorry, you mean to tell me that the Air Force has individually reviewed more than 2,100 religious exemption requests and they have approved zero? No one in the entire Air Force has had their rights of conscience respected and believed.

There are still nearly 8,000 requests yet to be reviewed, but at this rate the number will still be zero.

That's government efficiency for you. 4 months to say "no" to 2,000 out of 10,000 requests so far.

The Navy made a similar announcement, saying that they have also granted zero exemptions.

This is really outrageous. There are plenty of reasons for people to refuse the jab on religious grounds, and the military appears to be recognizing precisely none of them.


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