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G. McConway
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December 3, 2022

Naval Academy Confirms All Religious Exemptions Denied

The truth is finally coming out regarding the vaccine mandates and our service members.

With the administration losing a court battle that was filed on behalf of Air Force and Space Force members, it would appear that the Navy just decided to come clean.

It is now confirmed that blanket denials were issued for all Naval Academy midshipmen that filed for religious exemptions to avoid taking the vaccine.

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The admission comes amid another possible scandal of some midshipmen allegedly being denied their diplomas for not having been vaccinated.

Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) stated, "Of all the religious exemption requests submitted by midshipmen at the Naval Academy for the COVID-19 vaccine, not a single one has been approved.

"My constituent has already been told she can't receive a diploma and graduate due to her status as it relates to the COVID-19 vaccine.

"The Navy is simply holding these individuals until the injunction preventing the separation of naval personnel is lifted."

Cmdr. Alana Garas replied to the report, stating, "There have been no midshipmen separated from the United States Naval Academy, nor denied a commission, for declining the COVID-19 vaccine.

"There are a handful of midshipmen who have filed religious exemption requests to the COVID-19 vaccine."

The Navy case on this that was filed on behalf of unvaccinated personnel is still in the courts, however, as we noted above, the case for Air Force personnel is further along, with the administration winding up on the wrong side of the decision.

We would suspect this case will wind up having a similar outcome, once again showing a blatant abuse of power by this administration.

Source: Fox News

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