America needs more people who will refuse to enforce vaccine mandates in the name of freedom for the American people, and a new commander in Oklahoma did just that.
“The newly appointed commander of the Oklahoma National Guard is refusing to enforce the Department of Defense’s coronavirus vaccine mandate for troops,” reported The Hill.
Army Brigade General Thomas Mancino wrote that no-one from the Oklahoma National Guard will be required to get the vaccine.
The memo continues, “no negative administrative or legal action will be taken” against guardsmen who refuse the vaccine.
A spokesman for the Oklahoma National Guard, Lt. Col. Geoff Legler, said guardsmen should be allowed to serve without fear of being punished.
“Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced Wednesday that he appointed Mancino to serve as the state’s Adjutant General and National Guard commander. However, he still has to be confirmed by the state Senate,” according to The Hill.
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