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Kentucky representative Thomas Massie introduces bill to stop mandatory vaccines for military

Following indications that the US Army is set to make COVID vaccinations mandatory for all service members, Kentucky representative Thomas Massie has introduced legislation to block the effort.

As we reported yesterday, an Army Times report noted “The Army has directed commands to prepare to administer mandatory COVID-19 vaccines as early as Sept. 1, pending full Food and Drug Administration licensure.”

“The directive came from an execute order sent to the force by Department of the Army Headquarters,” the report adds.

An update to a purported leaked military directive says that “Commands will be prepared to provide a backbrief on servicemember vaccination status and way ahead for completion once the vaccine is mandated.”

While the Army and the DoD denied any plans for mandatory vaccines, Massie says he was inundated with messages from service members, prompting him to pen a bill, which now has 24 sponsors.

Massie followed up the tweet with another noting that angry leftists targeted him for cancelation, and argued over semantics, but only succeeded in making the story more viral.

Massie also noted that there is no known benefit to taking the vaccine for those who have already had COVID.

Detractors argued that service members cannot actually just “quit” (not the point), while others suggested that troops are already subjected to thousands of mandatory vaccines, and they never know what they’re being injected with… so it’s fine… or something:

Failed sports broadcaster turned woke weirdo Keith Olbermann simply called Massie a “fascist” and claimed he wants troops to go AWOL:

“They want everyone to be vaccinated, even those who don’t need it,” Massie added in a further statement.

“According to science, Moderna’s trials showed that people who recovered from the infection did not benefit from the vaccine. Pfizer’s trials showed that there was no benefit from the vaccine’s infection,” Massie also noted.

Massie himself has said that he will not get vaccinated until he sees data that demonstrates the shot will “improve upon” post-infection immunity.

Article: Kentucky Rep. Introduces Bill To Stop Mandatory Vaccines For Military

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