According to a foreign media report on December 4th, the White House said last Satur-day that the Biden Administration was seriously considering Republican leader Kevin McCarthy’s proposal to rescind the U.S. military’s CCP virus vaccine mandate.
The incoming speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives McCarthy revealed earlier that he won bipartisan agreement to repeal the mandate in a White House meeting with President Joe Biden, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell.
The provision would be revoked as part of the $817 billion National Defense Authoriza-tion Act, the Pentagon’s annual policy-setting bill that is expected to pass the Senate and the House this month. The mandate has been implemented since August 2021 and has required all U.S. mili-tary personnel to get vaccinated against the CCP virus.
According to data from the De-fense Department, 3,717 Marines, 1,816 soldiers, and 2,064 sailors have already been discharged for refusing the injections. However, the federal courts this year have pro-hibited the military from punishing personnel for refusing the jabs on religious grounds.