Military Service Members Blow Whistle on DOD’s Jab Mandate

U.S. Military service members are blowing the whistle on the Department of Defense’s forced vaccination policy, which is putting the careers of thousands in limbo. The 2021 COVID-19 vaccine mandate promulgated by Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin, upon order from Joe Biden, has raised concerns about negative health effects. The legality of the edict also is being discussed.

The Epoch Times reports:

Alongside three members of the Armed Forces, attorney and former Marine Corps Capt. Dale Saran participated in a live-streamed military whistleblowers press conference on Oct. 18 to highlight concerns about the military vaccine mandate. The video has garnered more than 40,000 views, to date.

Saran once defended service members involved in a fight against the Pentagon’s mandatory anthrax vaccination program. He is also challenging the Pentagon’s vaccine mandate in a class-action lawsuit. He noted in the press conference the current case bears striking similarities to the legal battle against the anthrax vaccine program almost 20 years ago.

Saran said that “at the heart of most of the legal claims” against today’s military COVID-19 vaccine mandate is the fact that “there is no licensed vaccine” available to service members.

The attorney and many service members argue that the Pentagon’s vaccine mandate, which covers “COVID-19 vaccines that receive full licensure from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in accordance with FDA-approved labeling and guidance,” does not apply to any vaccines issued under emergency use authorization (EUA), such as the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

According to the report, 20-uear veteran Navy Commander Olivia Degenkolb said, “These EUA products are not formally licensed by the FDA and by federal law, they cannot be mandated.”

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