Tucker Points Out That the Vax Mandate is a Way to Purge the Military of Christians and Heterosexual Men

(Check the first part of Monday’s show above for relevant bits.)

Tucker Carlson (or his writers) actually came up with an idea that I hadn’t thought of: the goal of forcing the military to take the vax is a way of purging the military of right-wingers.

Obviously, the government is attempting to force everyone to take the vax, but when it comes to the military, it’s a more explicitly obvious agenda.

No genuine right-winger or really anyone but a total slave is going to agree to take this deadly Jewish vax, so by mandating it for the military – with no religious exemptions – they are ensuring that the only people who remain in the military are the people who will do whatever they are told.

The Guardian is whining about this:

Vaccine mandates for the US military are meant to identify “sincere Christians … free thinkers” and “men with high testosterone levels”, the Fox News host Tucker Carlson claimed on Monday night.

Such people, he said, “do not love Joe Biden” and would “leave immediately”.

“It’s the takeover of the US military,” Carlson said.

On Monday night, Carlson opened by saying “the army is essential for political control” and ridiculing comments by Democrats and the secretary of defense, Lloyd Austin, about the danger of extremism among US troops.

He then attacked the Pentagon’s decision, after the Pfizer vaccine gained full Food and Drug Adminstration (FDA) approval, to mandate the vaccine for service members.

“Lloyd Austin came up with a new political purity test,” Carlson said. “One designed to separate the obedient from the free. Can’t have any of the latter category.”

(I don’t think Lloyd Austin came up with this. But someone clearly did.)

Carlson claimed “virtually all” US servicemen and women are less at risk from Covid because they are “young and healthy” or have natural immunity, having contracted the virus and recovered.

He claimed: “Only 46 members of the entire US military have died from the coronavirus over the last year and a half. Suicides, by contrast, kill many, many times more. In just a few months last year, 156 service members killed themselves.

So, military suicide is an actual crisis that the Pentagon might want to address. Lloyd Austin might want to look into that. But, no, that would get the Democratic party nothing.”

In July, at an airbase in Alaska, Austin said: “One loss by suicide is too many. While we’re working hard on this problem, we have a lot more to do.”

Carlson also said he had obtained a US army slideshow about vaccines which he said listed “the so-called tenets of satanism which are taken from the Temple of Satanism website. So here you have the United States Army doing PR for satanists”.

Yeah, that satanism thing was truly bizarre.

What even is that? Why is the military promoting satanism to troops?

I mean, we know why.

But it’s still shocking, even to me.

The tweeters were confused about the fact that people with high testosterone levels are more independent-minded and less likely to submit to being told what to do by illegitimate authority.

If you understand how testosterone works and how it affects a man’s psychology, this would not be confusing to you.

This is a cult and these people are officially totally out of control.