Oklahoma National Guard Will Not Enforce Biden Vaccine Mandate – Challenging the Pentagon


The backlash against Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate continues.

The Oklahoma National Guard has announced it will not enforce Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate.

Army Brigadier General Thomas Mancino wrote in a statement that “no adverse administrative or legal action will be taken” against anyone who does not receive the vaccine.

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Just The News reported:

The new head of the Oklahoma National Guard has ordered that troops under his command not to comply with the Pentagon mandate for the COVID-19 vaccine for members of the military.

“No Oklahoma guardians will be required to take the COVID-19 vaccine,” Army Brigadier General Thomas Mancino wrote in a statement on Thursday. The memo ran counter to a Department of Defense directive that the “total force” – including the National Guard – had to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Mancino noted in the memo that Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt is the organization’s “legitimate commander in chief” when not under federal orders, which implies that Stitt – not Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin – has the final say on any vaccine mandate.

Mancino wrote in the note that “no adverse administrative or legal action will be taken” against members of the guard who do not get the vaccine.

The Biden administration is also facing legal action against the warrant.

Military members, federal employees and contractors have joined a class action lawsuit against Biden’s federal vaccine warrant.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

Two dozen military members, federal employees, and federal civilian contractors have joined in a massive class action lawsuit against the Biden administration’s federal mandatory vaccine policy. The group includes members from all five branches of the US military, including Navy Seals, Green Berets, and several high-ranking officers.

The Liberty Council – a Christian law firm – filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Central District of Florida on behalf of 24 plaintiffs who oppose the vaccine because of their deeply held religious beliefs. So far, “any exemption or religious arrangement” for the mandate has been refused.

Plaintiffs have demonstrated their commitment to the United States Constitution and the nation’s future well-being, security and prosperity. This court should demand that the nation return the favor.

Telling plaintiffs that they must accept or take a blow they oppose according to their sincere religious beliefs, or face court-martial, dishonorable discharge and other life-altering disciplinary measures, dishonors the sacrifices these heroes have made. “


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