Coast Guard and Air Force Academies’ Recent Actions Against the Unvaccinated Discussed on Ark Midnight’s The Intelligence Briefing

On 24 Sep, Vice Admiral William “Dean” Lee, USCG (Ret), and Dr Sandy Miarecki, Lt Col, USAF (Ret), were interviewed on the Ark Midnight, The Intelligence Briefing.

During hour two of the show, John B Wells interviews Vice Admiral Lee. They focus on the recent discharges of the seven USCG Academy cadets and his efforts to engage with the commandant to convince her to treat the cadets the way the other service academies are treating those who requested COVID-19 vaccine religious exemptions while the legal cases continue to work their way through the courts. Admiral Lee points out that the actions the USCGA took against the cadets were contrary to the current focus on diversity, inclusion and equity.

In hour three, John B Wells continues his interview with Admiral Lee who points out that senior military officers need to be willing to put their stars on the table and stand up to political leaders for the sake of the military services and the country. Starting at the 24:00 point, John moves on to interviewing Dr Miarecki who was recently relieved of her duties at the USAFA Prep School after her request for a COVID-19 vaccine religious exemption was denied and for helping cadets submit exemption requests.

To listen to the segments click the link below, click the block under the AUDIO banner, click the down arrow, select the second segment, click ^ and forward to the 24:20 point. Once the hour two recording ends, hour three should start.

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U.S. Coast Guard Academy Jettisons Unvaccinated Cadets

STARRS has learned that seven cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) were banished from the grounds recently and given 24 hours to “get out” for failure to comply with what is likely an illegal order to receive the Covid-19 vaccination.

Three separate courts have imposed service-wide injunctions stopping adverse actions against members of the Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps who have sincerely held religious objections to the Covid 19 vax.

A request for a similar injunction regarding Coast Guard personnel is being reviewed. “What’s the rush? The cadets pose no danger to others,” said Ron Scott, USAF-Ret (Col.), STARRS President. Multiple press reports indicate there are several hundred thousand in the military who have yet to be vaccinated with zero evidence of any harm to readiness or danger to others who serve.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has now acknowledged the experimental vaccine does not prevent the acquisition or spread of infection. Major concerns about its present and future adverse side-effects are being ignored. “This raises profound questions regarding the legality of the Covid-19 vaccine mandate,” Scott said. Among the most compelling concerns are the lack of proper informed consent, blanket denial of legitimate religious exemptions, and the legal distinction between the Emergency Use Only vaccine in use and the FDA approved Comirnaty product, Scott noted.

All branches of the armed forces are experiencing a recruiting crisis. “It is nonsensical to dismiss seven highly qualified USCGA cadets, who have expressed a fervent desire to serve their country,” said Scott. “When will politicians and military leaders have the courage to put an end to this tyrannical mistreatment of citizens?”

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