This Marine corporal refused both the vaccine and wearing a mask, citing religious grounds, and got kicked out of the Corps. Now I know the article appears to be an attack on anti jab and anti mask people, but read between the lines.

They claim that she disobeyed two different orders, so kicking her out wouldn’t be an issue. Nonjuducial punishment for violations of Article 92 of the UCMJ and give her a General discharge under other than honorable conditions. The military does it all of the time for drug use and used to do it for homosexuals. The whole process takes about 6 weeks.

But that isn’t what happened here. Instead, she was given a nonpunitive general discharge under honorable conditions. The entire episode took a week. For those of you unfamiliar with the military, this is blindingly fast. Discharging means a complete physical, including ear, eye, and dental exams. Returning all issued gear and signing out of a command typically takes at least three days.

It is my belief that this happened so quickly because the powers that be are trying to empty the military of anyone to the right of Joseph Stalin. The COVID issue is a great litmus test for getting rid of those pesky rednecks who cling to quaint, outdated things like the Constitution.

They are prepping a military that will obey ANY order given. I wonder why?


Mr. Anonymity · September 2, 2021 at 4:32 pm

I guess it will be easier when the shooting starts. Anyone still in uniform will be a legitimate target.

    joe · September 2, 2021 at 5:31 pm

    they need bullet sponges…

Chris · September 2, 2021 at 6:50 pm

To the American Military Leadership.

Please follow the lead of Shamed Japanese Business Men.

This, can regain your Honor.

Earl Harding · September 2, 2021 at 7:35 pm

When Stalin purged the military, those he purged were either shot dead right there, dies in the gulags or were physically and mentally broken in the gulags.

The issue with leaving well trained and principled people alive is that they are also those with the skills to counter a military prepared to obey all orders.

This does not end well.

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