Marine Corps General and acting Joint Chief of Staff Chairman David H. Berger amplified his rhetoric against mandatory vaccinations after Pentagon Spokesperson John Kirby and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced that all military personnel must immediately begin receiving the Covid-19 vaccination.
The contentious order came days after the corrupt Food & Drug Administration (FDA) gave full approval to Pfizer’s jab. Although It’s beyond the context of this article, RRN is reviewing evidence that Pfizer funneled enormous amounts of cash to the FDA in exchange for approving a drug that has undergone little testing and has sparked a hot debate over safety and efficacy.
As RRN reported on August 10, Gen. Berger and the Def Sec. have already clashed over starkly different opinions on whether an illegitimate administration has authority to impose draconian-style mandates that could potentially endanger America’s fighting forces. Austin had said he answers only to Kamala Harris and Joe Biden, and Gen. Berger accused him of “selling your soul to the Devil” for popularity. Gen. Berger had added he would forcibly resist any an all attempts to unlawfully inoculate his Marines.
Hostility between the two escalated Wednesday morning when Kirby, while taking questions during a press briefing on Afghanistan, mentioned casually that mandatory vaccinations would start at once.[…]Marines Defy Pentagon: No Vaccine Mandates — Real Raw News