Triple-Vaxxed Def Sec Lloyd Austin Reveals He's Sick With Covid Just Days After Firing Troops For Being Unvaxxed

Chris Menahan
Jan. 03, 2022

Triple-vaxxed Defense Secretary LLoyd Austin revealed Sunday that he has covid and is experiencing symptoms.

"I tested positive this morning for COVID-19," Austin said in a tweet on Sunday evening. "I requested the test today after exhibiting symptoms while at home on leave. My symptoms are mild, and I am following my physician’s directions."

"As my doctor made clear to me, my fully vaccinated status — and the booster I received in early October — have rendered the infection much more mild than it would otherwise have been. And I am grateful for that," Austin said. "The vaccines work and will remain a military medical requirement for our workforce. I continue to encourage everyone eligible for a booster shot to get one. This remains a readiness issue."

The news comes just days after Austin chose to fire dozens more troops for refusing to take Big Pharma's experimental therapeutics marketed as "vaccines" citing combat "readiness concerns."

Whereas Austin is morbidly obese and clearly needs all the help he can get to survive this cold virus, the majority of the troops he fired for being "unvaccinated" are healthy young men, many of whom had covid and recovered without issue.

Is Austin ready to deploy to Iran now that he has covid despite being triple-vaxxed?

Omicron is spreading like wildfire among the double and triple vaccinated and the majority are reporting symptoms.

We were told everyone needed to be vaxxed for covid because the shots stop the spread of covid but that's been proven to be a complete and total lie for months now.

The case for the "vax" now is maybe you'll experience less symptoms from a cold virus which doesn't get into anyone's lungs, though we don't know for certain as all the clinical trials were intentionally compromised.

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