Army Only Approves 20 of the 8,000 COVID Religious Exemptions

Religious freedom now only seems to exist in this country if it does not interfere with the Democrat agenda.

To that point, a mere 20 of the 8,000 or so exemptions submitted for religious reasons were approved for Army troops.

That translates to a paltry 0.25 percent.

Not Much Better

The medical exemptions were higher, but not by much.

Only 34 of the 1,100 or so medical exemptions were approved, which is slightly more than three percent.

Keep in mind, while there have been COVID deaths in the military, the mortality rate is staggeringly low.

Of the 427,000 or so COVID cases throughout the military, there have been 95 deaths reported.

That is more than likely because, as we know, younger individuals who are in shape are not as susceptible to the virus, especially now.

What will happen to these individuals remains to be seen, but all branches have been working towards separating any troops that do not fall in line with the jab.

For instance, the Army recently announced that roughly 10,000 Guard and Reservists would no longer be eligible for training duties and salary for refusing to take the jab.

The Army recently lowered its projections for troop strength, falling significantly short of recruitment numbers this year.

Source: Just the News


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