Visitor submit by an Energetic Army Officer
I’m an active-duty Military officer with virtually twenty years of service.
I’ve refused to take the Covid-19 “vaccine” that Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin mandated for all army personnel on August 24, 2021, and like 1000’s of others throughout the Division of Protection (DOD), I’ve submitted a request for a non secular lodging (RA) to be exempted from the shot. The Pentagon’s RA provision concerning this shot is proving to be considerably of a circus and is receiving shut consideration due to a number of ongoing authorized challenges. Because of the excessive political impetus behind the Covid vaccine push, I consider the DOD had no intent to approve any of the RA requests; in reality, I might not be stunned if directions for blanket denials weren’t simply distinctive to the Navy, as Liz Wheeler uncovered a number of months in the past.
Nonetheless, an equally massive concern is the bait-and-switch the DOD is (efficiently to date) executing concerning the non-availability of the mandated, FDA-approved photographs. The FDA has permitted Pfizer’s Comirnaty and Moderna’s SpikeVax, neither of which is at the moment accessible within the US, in line with the CDC and the producers. The FDA has repeatedly affirmed in its letters of authorization to Pfizer extending its Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) that the Pfizer Comirnaty and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines are “legally distinct with sure variations…”. A US District Court docket Choose in Florida acknowledged the identical factor in November. In his denial of the plaintiffs’ request for a preliminary injunction in John Doe #1-#14 and Jane Doe #1-#2 v. Lloyd Austin, et al., Choose Allen Winsor nonetheless wrote, “I don’t low cost the FDA’s conclusion that the 2 vaccines [Pfizer Comirnaty and Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 Vaccine] are medically interchangeable. After all, that doesn’t imply that the 2 vaccines are legally indistinguishable – the FDA concedes they aren’t.” Moreover, the CDC’s web site lists Comirnaty and Pfizer-BioNTech individually and notes that Pfizer has no plans to distribute Comirnaty within the US right now (as of 9 February). The doc signifies the identical for Moderna concerning their just lately permitted SpikeVax shot. The precise FDA-approved photographs usually are not at the moment accessible within the US.
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The DOD is requiring service members to get vaccinated anyway, regardless that the FDA-approved photographs aren’t accessible. The SECDEF issued this mandate in a memo to the pressure on August 24, 2021, and specified that “solely merchandise that obtain full FDA-licensure” might be used to satisfy the mandate.
Nonetheless, the precise photographs that the army is offering are nonetheless the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, Moderna Covid-19 vaccine, and the Jansen (J&J) vaccine, all of which stay underneath EUA. Thus, service members are complying and getting vaccinated with one thing they have been informed, or are being led to consider, is FDA-approved, when in reality it’s nonetheless underneath an EUA. And to make it worse, those that refuse to just accept the EUA shot are being disciplined and involuntarily separated as if that they had disobeyed the precise order (to obtain the FDA-approved shot). Title 10 US Code 1107a prohibits the requirement of an EUA medical product to the armed forces and not using a written waiver from the President, which has not been issued.
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I’ll grow to be eligible to retire in slightly below a 12 months. Nonetheless, if my RA is denied on enchantment, I’m dealing with a compulsory involuntary separation no later than June 30, probably a Basic Discharge (which can strip me of a few of my veteran’s advantages), and the lack of a retirement pension. I might be kicked out of the Military at twenty years of expertise for disobeying an order that’s unattainable to obey at this time limit.