Prather cites an administrative memo from the U.S. Navy mandating both active and reserve personnel to get the injection. It says that "in order to maximize readiness, it is the Navy's policy goal to achieve a fully vaccinated force against the persistent and lethal threat of COVID-19."
The October 2021 unclassified document reiterates that members of the Navy refusing the COVID-19 vaccine "shall be processed for administrative separation."
"To date, over 98 percent of active duty Navy service members have met their readiness responsibility by completing or initiating a COVID-19 vaccination series. Tragically, there have been 164 deaths within the Navy family due to COVID-19," the memo adds. However, Prather points out that the service member with pending or approved exceptions to the vaccine are not subject to sanctions. "Actually, you can demand a religious exemption – it's the law," he emphasizes.
The memo also sets deadlines for both active-duty and reserve Navy members. Those in active duty must complete their vaccination schedule not later than Nov. 28, 2021. Meanwhile, those in reserve duty are mandated to complete theirs no later than Dec. 28, 2021. "New accessions must be vaccinated as soon as practicable following service entry," it continues.
Furthermore, the memo outlines disciplinary procedures for senior Navy leaders who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine. "An unvaccinated senior leader calls into question the Navy's trust and confidence regarding their ability to ensure unit readiness or to maintain good order and discipline," it notes.
Commanding officers are to notify leaders who decline the COVID-19 vaccine to perform corrective action within five days, with non-compliant leaders to be relieved and discharged.
Prather notes that commanders and commanding officers are responsible for initiating administrative separation for erring service members. The vice chief of naval operations retains authority for matters related to non-judicial punishment and courts martial, he adds. (Related: U.S. Navy commander sounds the alarm on mandatory COVID vaccine for all military: It will create a national security crisis.)
The "Prather Point" host says a COVID-19 vaccine is far more dangerous than the disease it supposedly prevents. "It has been debunked – COVID-19 is like the flu. It's the vaccine that is deadly because that has the graphene oxide," he says. According to Prather, the graphene oxide serves as an "organizing computing system," signaling and directing people to become the product for future injections.
He also criticizes the vaccination deadline as written in the memo. "Well, what is the rush? This corresponds with the Great Reset when we become the digital currency through the graphene oxide in the jab. Also, this corresponds most likely with the Chinese activity against Taiwan," Prather says.
The former intelligence officer explains how the COVID-19 vaccines undermine how the U.S projects its power overseas. Prather says: "It's important to understand where our military force is at, and especially our Navy force, because our Navy is how we project overseas. When you send an air carrier group overseas, you have all the elements of the military there – the Navy, the naval air force and the Marines, which are the amphibious infantry."
He continues: "That's how you project power especially right now at the South China Sea where China, who claimed they won a war against us in 2020 … are now threatening Taiwan and Hong Kong."
Prather ultimately remarks that SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 vaccines are being utilized for a nefarious goal – to allow China to take control of the United States. He adds that these would be used together with new direct energy weapons to deter the U.S. from projecting its naval power overseas. (Related: As China's navy gains in combat power, America’s Navy gains in "wokeness" — new regs put political correctness over competence.)
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