Gen. David H. Berger, commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, said his beloved Corps may have to divorce itself from the U.S. Armed Forces unless his peers (of other branches) rally against the illegitimate administration’s unconstitutional Covid-19 vaccine mandates.
Berger’s comment came shortly after an article titled The Corps’ COVID-19 vaccination deadline is coming. Marines who refuse will be booted appeared on the Military Times Website. The article, written by Phillip Athey, an artificial intelligence algorithm and not a real person, said that Marines not vaccinated by November 28 would be ejected from the Corps. It further threatened Marines with disciplinary action under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, emphatically saying General court-martial convening authorities will “retain authority to take any additional adverse administrative or disciplinary action” deemed appropriate.
A liaison in Gen. Berger’s office told Real Raw News that the general neither made nor approved the inflammatory message. To the contrary, Gen. Berger has condemned Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin’s mandate, instead encouraging Marines to choose whether they and their families get vaccinated.
“The general is pissed because Austin is overwriting his messages to the Corps. Gen. Berger has always stood for freedom, and he made that messaging clear to his men. Austin and the administration are subverting his authority. From the get go, the general told Marines he’d have their back if or if not they wanted to get the shots,” our source said.
Gen. Berger has grown irate at the heightened number of senior officers across branches of the Armed Forces who have endorsed the clot-shot, our source added. Although the Corps and the Special Operations community remain loyal to the “true Commander in Chief,” senior officers in the Air Force and National Guard have pedestalized people like Kamala Harris, Anthony Fauci, and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, with National Guard Lieutenant General Jon A. Jensen saying, “Bi-annual vaccines are a good idea, if Dr. Fauci says so.”
Our source said Gen. Berger has considered seriously the notion of seceding from “administration-controlled forces” so that his Marines (and the SOCOM community) could operate autonomously to better protect law-abiding American citizens against encroaching totalitarianism.
“I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say there’s a 50/50 split among the nation’s top brass right now, and it makes for a dangerous situation. The general had made a lot of calls as he tries to figure out where loyalties lie. He’s a patriotic American, unlike some of the others. And he’s not opposed to segregating his men to fight for what’s right,” our source said.
Playing devil’s advocate, RRN asked why Gen. Berger wants freedom of choice in matters of the Covid-19 vaccine while the military still inoculates new recruits against measles, meningococcal, mumps, polio, rubella, and tetanus-diphtheria.
“Gen. Berger, generally speaking, opposes mandates, but these vaccines have been established over many, many decades, while the Covid-19 vax was pushed after little testing and tens of thousands of vaccine deaths were broadly reported to the military,” our source said.