by Spencer Brown at Townhall
Saying that “all internal efforts to rectify recent criminal activity within the Armed forces” have been “exhausted,” more than 200 military veterans and service members signed and published a “Declaration of Military Accountability” on January 1 over the Department of Defense’s its enactment and enforcement of the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Invoking the Declaration of Independence in a declaration of their own, the current and former members of the U.S. military state that America has reached a point in its history where it is “necessary to admonish the lawless, encourage the fainthearted, and strengthen the weak” as the “affairs of our nation are now steeped in avaricious corruption and our once stalwart institutions, including the Dept of Defense, are failing to fulfill the moral obligations upon which they were founded.”
Unlike the Declaration of Independence, the signers of the Declaration of Military Accountability “seek no separation” as the patriots of 1776 did from Great Britain, “but through this letter and the efforts we pledge herein, we pursue restoration through accountability.”
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