USA: up to 40% of all intelligence personnel refuse Corona “vaccination”
Not only the U.S. military, police and fire departments are likely to collapse logistically and organizationally (tens of thousands of “sickouts” and layoffs) under President Joe Biden’s mandatory Corona vaccination for public employees, but the intelligence agencies are also on the verge of collapse.
This is because up to 40 percent of all employees there refuse to be vaccinated against the corona virus. The ladies and gentlemen of the intelligence services will have their justified reasons for refusing the experimental vaccine.
Low vaccination rates in intelligence services
At several intelligence agencies at once, at least 20 percent of employees were unvaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of October, according to U.S. Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah), a member of the House Intelligence Committee. At some of the 18 U.S. intelligence agencies, as many as 40 percent of the workforce was unvaccinated, Stewart said, citing information that the Biden administration provided to the committee but did not make public. Exactly which agencies are involved, however, is being kept under wraps. Only one thing should be clear: Agencies under or close to the U.S. military have significantly lower vaccination rates.
Opposition to vaccination could now even cause serious personnel problems for some intelligence agencies and bring their ability to act to a complete standstill, which in turn would be a threat to “national security,” according to the original statement. What sanctions or countermeasures will be taken, or whether nothing will happen in this regard, was also not revealed.