Biden Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Ignored DOD IG Memo for 3 Months that Alleged Wrongdoing with COVID Mandates


Biden’s Secretary of Defense sat on a report from the Department of Defense’s Inspector General for three months and did nothing.  The report related to actions by the military related to its COVID mandates that violated the law. 

We reported previously on the Biden Administration’s efforts to intentionally purge Christian service members from its ranks.  Biden and his gang used COVID mandates to remove Christians from our military.

Biden’s Military Is “Using the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate to “Intentionally Purge” Religious Service Members”

Now we know that the Inspector General over the Department of Defense reviewed the military’s actions related to its COVID mandates and sent Secretary Austin a memo in June 2022, which Austin sat on for three months before addressing despite the memo claiming “potential noncompliance with standards for reviewing and documenting the denial of religious accommodation requests of Service members identified through complaints submitted to my office.”.

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The memo states, “The Department of Defense Hotline received dozens of complaints regarding denied religious accommodation requests from Service members. We found a trend of generalized assessments rather than the individualized assessment that is required by Federal law and DoD and Military Service policies.”

See the memo below.

IG Memo to SecDef by Jim Hoft on Scribd

See also here for more information on Biden’s military wrongdoing.



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