BREAKING: Pentagon Discussing Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations

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High-ranking Pentagon officials are looking into making the COVID-19 "vaccine booster" shots mandatory for all service members, despite the fact that thousands of soldiers refuse to take the first shot.

With the cameras turned off, Kirby told reporters, "It is still under active discussion at the Pentagon. But there’s been no policy decision made about requiring the booster shot, making it mandatory."

Kirby initially stated the Department of Defense does not record how many service members have received the so-called "booster" shots since they are not mandatory and also not available to all service members.

However, Kirby then said he somehow knew that nearly 97.2 percent of active duty members have received at least one "vaccine" dose, and that the percentage of active duty members who have been so-called "fully vaccinated" is around 91 percent.

Everyone in the military, including the National Guard and Reserves, will likely be forced to take the COVID-19 "vaccine" in the near future. The military departments each issued detailed orders on the vaccine compulsion and deadlines, and explained what would happen if anyone did not comply.

Recently, the World Health Organization's VAERS database has hit more than 20,000 deaths from the "vaccine" and more than one million adverse reaction cases, including heart trouble, strokes, and instant blindness.

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