The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously upheld a classwide injunction that protects U.S. Air Force personnel from the COVID-19 shot mandate since it violates their religious freedom under the First Amendment and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA).
In a lawsuit against the Pentagon for its denial of nearly all religious exemptions under its coronavirus vaccine mandate, a new amicus brief accuses the U.S. government of failing to provide updated evidence proving “long-term efficacy.”
The New York Supreme Court says employees who were terminated for failing to get the COVID-19 vaccine should be reinstated and given back pay.
A retired U.S. Coast Guard vice admiral slammed the Biden administration on Monday for “purging hundreds of dedicated sailors” over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, noting that President Joe Biden himself has declared “the Pandemic is over.”
The Biden administration is canceling benefits for military families rejecting mandatory COVID vaccines, but not illegal immigrant benefits.
Forty-seven members of Congress are urging the Pentagon to “immediately revoke” the COVID-19 vaccine mandate issued last August for all service members, civilian personnel, and contractors. The lawmakers also are asking to re-instate those who’ve already been discharged for noncompliance.
When reports first surfaced in 2021 that some cases of myocarditis — the inflammation of the heart muscle, potentially leading to blood clots and heart attack or stroke — were potentially associated with the Covid-19 vaccine, the corporate media and its fact-checkers were quick to label them as misinformation, saying the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh its small risks. A year later, though, the media can no longer deny that what they called misinformation actually has data to back it up. As Matt Shapiro detailed in his Substack post on the matter, “Last year’s misinformation on vaccine-associated myocarditis in young men is this year’s well-established fact.”
Pentagon in ‘potential noncompliance’ with law after denying vaccine religious accommodation requests
The Pentagon's watchdog says the Department of Defense is in "potential noncompliance" with standards for reviewing and denying religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to a report obtained by Fox News Digital.
The motto of the U.S. Army is “This We’ll Defend.” In the modern Armed Services of the U.S. military, we all take an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. That is what separates our military from all others in the world–the oath that we take. And truthfully, for us as veterans, that oath should never cease.
The attorneys general of West Virginia and Virginia have joined a 22-state coalition challenging President Joe Biden’s continued vaccine mandate on members of the U.S. military.