Cruz Wants Military Personnel Discharged Over Vaccine Requirements Reinstated

Cruz Wants Military Personnel Discharged Over Vaccine Requirements Reinstated

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, will present a bill that would allow military personnel who were discharged for failing to comply with COVID-19 vaccine requirements to be rehired. The Allowing Military Exemptions, Recognizing Individual Concerns About New Shots (AMERICANS) Act, according to Cruz on Fox News “All of those service members would receive relief, and those who want to rejoin the military would have a way to do so with full benefits and reinstatement at their previous rank.

“And for those who decide not to reenlist, to ensure that their discharge is honorable rather than just a general discharge, and to ensure that they receive the full benefits that they have earned protecting our nation,” the statement continued.

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In the NDAA [National Defense Authorization Act], Republicans, according to Cruz, “scored a significant win by finally ending Joe Biden’s oppressive COVID vaccine mandates that he had used to discharge thousands of troops, sailors, airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen.”

Cruz threw in: “It’s worth celebrating that triumph. so service members won’t have to decide between protecting our country and following their conscience on issues like religious liberty and healthcare preferences.

“Unfortunately, the law that was passed only applied prospectively. Although it halted the order from taking effect, it did not offer redress to the thousands of service members who had been wrongly terminated, demoted, compelled to retire, or targeted for termination.” A related bill in the House is sponsored by Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC).

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