Chaplains ordered to interrogate Guardsmen seeking COVID vaccine exemption

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Religious, athletic and medical professionals in North America are facing increasing pressure to not only get vaccinated against COVID-19, but also censor their concerns to keep getting paid.

The U.S. Coast Guard developed an accusatory script for chaplains to use when quizzing service members on their requests for religious exemptions from vaccines.

For example, the script directs chaplains to challenge service members with "visible tattoos" if they cite 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, which tells Christians to keep their bodies pure as "temples of the Holy Spirit."

Chaplains must grill service members who object to vaccines developed with aborted fetal cells on whether they also abstain from "Tylenol, Pepto Bismol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Benadryl, or Claritin, all of which were developed using fetal cells. ... Note response in memo."

Another document includes a list of quotes by religious leaders in several faiths promoting COVID vaccination. The First Liberty Institute told Just the News it obtained them from a service member who said they were distributed to chaplains by judge advocate generals.  
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