Johnson has asked the Pentagon (aka the Pentagram), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide some kind of response to statements from multiple whistleblowers who sounded the alarm about Comirnaty-labeled Fauci Flu shots being shipped to military bases. (Related: Remember when Johnson was suspended from YouTube for uploading videos about hydroxychloroquine?)
In case you missed it, a discovery was made concerning the jab vials that the military received, which despite saying Comirnaty on them do not appear to have been manufactured in Belgium as is legally required according to the FDA's approval letter for their use.
It seems as though the jabs being administered under the label of Comirnaty are just the standard mRNA (messenger RNA) injections from Pfizer and BioNTech that were granted emergency use authorization (EUA) under Operation Warp Speed.
"The military can only legally force service members to receive vaccines that are fully approved by the FDA, not those under FDA emergency use authorization," writes Natalia Mittelstadt for Just the News.
"However, service members who have been denied religious exemptions from the military's vaccine mandate are being forced out of the military, despite only emergency use authorization vaccines being made available."
Because of the "mix-up," federal judges presiding over multiple lawsuits filed against the military and its covid jab mandates have granted preliminary injunctions against said mandates in the Navy, the Air Force, and the Marine Corps for service members seeking religious exemptions.
It is a different story within the Coast Guard, though. One of the whistleblowers is a member of the Coast Guard and he was both denied a religious exemption and told that he must take the shots within five days, or else.
Like the other branches of the U.S. military, the Coast Guard received "Comirnaty" injections not made in Belgium as required by the FDA. And it is forcing service members to take them in violation of the law.
In a letter, Johnson petitioned the aforementioned federal entities to clarify numerous things, including:
• the manufacturing location of the jab lots delivered to military medical clinics
• why the Comirnaty-labeled injection, which is supposed to have full FDA approval, is still listed in a CDC database as only having EUA
• why the jab is labeled Comirnaty at all if it was created under EUA
• all jab lot numbers that contain Comirnaty-labeled jabs sent to military bases and logged in the CDC database
In a press release, Johnson's office explained that nine whistleblowers from the Department of Defense (DoD) told Congress that at least one jab lot number – FW1331 – was manufactured somewhere other than Belgium, despite bearing a Comirnaty label.
"DoD, FDA, and CDC must provide a thorough explanation for why a vaccine lot with the 'Comirnaty' label would be listed on a database that is meant to display vaccine lots associated with the EUA," Johnson wrote in his letter to the federal agencies.
Whatever happens with all this, it just goes to show in either case that joining the U.S. military means sacrificing one's ability to make his or her own health choices. The hoops that service members are having to jump through just to try to avoid covid injections, only to be denied an exemption, is evidence of this.
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