Chip Roy a Republican from Texas introduced a bill this week that will bring back service members who were kicked out of the military because of Joe Biden’s Covid inoculation mandate, reported by Breitbart News.
The bill, called the Service Restoration Act, also keeps troops from getting punished or receiving any negative treatment because of not accepting the experimental mRNA injection. “Adverse action” as defined by the bill included “punishment,” “disparate treatment,” “retaliation,” being forced into sub-standard housing,” or requirements to wear masks.
“Because of Pres. Biden’s anti-science, power-hungry, COVID-19 vaccine mandate, 100’s of American service members have been kicked out of our military, taking with them selfless sacrifice’s, years of expertise, and dreams of military service,” Chip Roy stated in an statement to Breitbart. “This is foolish, un-American, and completely not acceptable.”
“I introduced the Service Restoration Act to make sure that the brave men and women of our military aren’t dismissed because of this wrong mandate — whether it be for a religious, conscientious, medical, or any other reason — and that the ones that have already been dismissed can get back to honorably serving their country with their records and time of service rightfully restored.”
There are reported to be 7 GOP co-sponsors for the bill, including Michael Cloud (TX); Bill Posey (FL); Marjorie Taylor-Greene (GA); Louie Gohmert (TX); Bob Good (VA); Van Taylor (TX); Matt Rosedale(MT).
This bill came after the military had already discharged more than 500 service members as a punishment because of not complying with Joe Biden’s regime’s Covid-19 inoculation mandate given back in August.
Chip Roy’s bill advocates for the individual liberties of the American people about the right to choose the medicine they take, also, the Texas congressman wrote to GOP members asking them to block any and all of the legislation that continues to pay for vaccine mandates.
“Continuing to pay the cost for this kind of garbage is not excusable and is exactly what our constituents want us to be against,” said in a letter signed by Roy and other GOP members at the end of Nov..