After being vaccinated and forcing Chinese Wuhan Virus experimental jabs on all personnel, Joe Biden’s Secretary of Defense has tested positive for COVID-19.
Lloyd Austin will now be in quarantine for the next few days, giving orders to the Pentagon in a virtual capacity.
“My symptoms are mild, and I am following my physician’s directions,” Austin wrote Sunday. “In keeping with those directions, and in accordance with CDC guidelines, I will quarantine myself at home for the next five days.”
Austin added that he would “retain all authorities” and attend “key meetings and discussions” remotely, while Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks would represent him in certain matters.
Last August, there were many reports that Marine Corps General David H. Berger condemned Austin’s original order requiring all Armed Forces personnel to submit to China Virus vaccinations under threat of court martial or discharge.
Sources indicated Gen. Berger called the defense secretary–who some call “Darth Vader” because of his outlandish public appearances geared up with a head shield–minutes after Austin announced in a press conference that the vaccination is needed to maintain military readiness.
Austin said he will enforce the mandatary vaccination policy regardless of FDA approval status.
Austin contended that mandatory vaccinations have been a longstanding requirement for soldiers enlisting into the Armed Forces, and they, as property of the U.S. government, have no right to decide whether to take the jab. The federal government and President Biden would decide for them, Austin said.
“They’re incapable of making informed decisions. So we, their leaders, make the big decisions they cannot,” Austin said. “Biden and Harris are in charge, not individual soldiers.”
“If conservatives and evangelicals see our fighting forces getting vaccinated, they’ll be more likely to get vaccinated themselves,” Austin is purported to have said.
The Biden-Austin decision could ultimately mean administratively separating up to 8,000 Marines who refuse to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, according to new data released Thursday.
Marine Corps officially stated on Thursday that they have separated 169 unvaccinated members, including 66 the last week of 2021. A separation from the Marines is similar to a relief of duty or dismissal. It is not punitive like a court-martial; it is solely an administrative maneuver.
The Marine Corps is currently the least-vaccinated branch of the military.
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