Monday protest planned against forced vaccines at Holloman Air Force Base

On Monday, September 13, a protest is planned outside of Holloman Air Force Base against the forcible vaccination of Military service members by Joe Biden. 

According to a flyer obtained by the Piñon Post, organizers will be meeting at 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. outside of the Front Gate outside of Holloman Air Force Base outside of Alamogordo.

According to a press release from Holloman, “In accordance with the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force guidance, attestation of an individual’s status as fully vaccinated or presentation of a recent negative COVID-19 test is a condition of physical access to DOD buildings and DOD-leased spaces in non-DOD buildings in which official DOD business takes place.”

It continues:

This guidance applies to all individuals issued a credential by DOD that affords the individual recurring access, classified herein as “credentialed recurring access” (CRA) (e.g., Common Access Cardholders), to DOD facilities, and to non-DOD individuals seeking access, one time or recurring, in association with the performance of official DOD business. Regardless of whether an individual is authorized to telework or perform remote work, all DOD civilian employees and DOD contractor personnel with CRA must attest to their vaccination status by completing DD Form 3150. Civilian employees and contractor personnel who are unvaccinated for COVID-19 or who decline to attest to their COVID-19 vaccination status will be subject to COVID-19 screening testing weekly. Such civilian employees and contractor personnel who refuse required screening testing will be denied access to DOD facilities.

Individuals other than visitors seeking access to facilities located on DOD installations but operated by other Federal Departments and Agencies will follow the policies and procedures of that other Department or Agency. Visitors will follow applicable policies and procedures of both DOD and the Department or Agency they are visiting.

“After careful consultation with medical experts and military leadership, and with the support of the President, I have determined that mandatory vaccination against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is necessary to protect the Force and defend the American people,” Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin wrote in a memo released earlier this month.

The forcible vaccination and coercion of Military service members has been applauded by far-left politicians such as Alamogordo City Commissioner Nadia Sykes, who is attempting to run for the mayorship of Alamogordo. 

The base is housing at least 5,000 Afghan refugees who escaped their home country amid Joe Biden’s Afghanistan fiasco where billions of dollars in American arms were seized by the Taliban, who took over the country. It is unclear if they are being vaccinated.

The flyer for the protests is below: 


6 thoughts on “Monday protest planned against forced vaccines at Holloman Air Force Base”

  1. So let me get this straight …our military at that base is required to have vaccinations while the Afghan refugees at that same location is encouraged by the CDC to take Ivermectin and not vaccination… go figure

    1. I’m sure the administration is just respecting their religious beliefs 😉. Who else will be healthy and strong to stand up to Americans once martial law is declared? Isn’t that why we trained them?

  2. This is illogical and unjust. Military members, United States citizens, are forced to participate in medical experimentation, while refugees can choose. God help us.

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