The court has made the decision, and the Air Force is going to be obligated to listen:
Troops who filed for religious exemptions from vaccine mandate cannot be discharged.
The ruling came down from the Court of the Southern District of Ohio on July 14.
The court order is a temporary restraining order, or TRO.
What a TRO does is “preserve the status quo for up to 14 days while the judge is considering granting a preliminary injunction (PI), which would in turn last through the entire litigation process.”
If the judge feels the same way at the end of these 14 days, he can effectively protect all service members who are being threatened for requesting religious exemptions.
The American military has been particularly brutal to the servicemembers that have volunteered to possibly give their lives for this great country.
They were even trying to force one man out who was less than a year short of receiving his 20-year benefits.
Nineteen years of service to your country, and they’re trying to throw you out.
It’s clear who cares about this country.
It’s the servicemembers, not the idiots ruling over them.
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