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US national security concerns grow as intel communities see massive resistance to jab mandates

Thousands of intelligence officers are bucking pressure to get the experimental COVID-19 shot in spite of rapidly approaching injection mandate deadlines, the Associated Press reported late last week.

The refusal of many in the intelligence community to submit to the jab mandate has led to concern the controversial requirement could cause major gaps in national security.

While some agencies like the CIA have reported a 97% compliance rate, Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT) said in several agencies as many as 20%–40% of personnel have opted to remain unvaccinated by late October even in the face of impending disciplinary action after the November 22 deadline for federalex civilian employees passes.

Employees who refuse to comply with the mandate, which derives from a September executive order by President Joe Biden requiring all federal employees and federal contractors to get the COVID-19 shot, may face dismissal from their positions.

Altogether, the multi-agency intelligence community which comprises 18 agencies including the CIA, FBI, and NSA, employs some 100,000 people.

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