Veterans injured by COVID-19 vaccine mandate could be paid under new bill

EXCLUSIVE — Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH) is introducing a bill that would compensate veterans for vaccine injuries developed under the Defense Department‘s “unjust” COVID-19 mandates.

The bill, the Justice For Vaccine Injured Veterans Act, would grant disability compensation to veterans who suffered side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine. Veterans and service members who received the COVID-19 vaccine during the Defense Department’s mandate — from August 2021, when the memo came out, until January 2023, when Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin rescinded the measure — and developed myocarditis, pericarditis, Guillan-Barre syndrome, or thrombosis within one year of their vaccinations will be eligible for disability compensation.

“COVID-19 posed limited risks to young, fit, healthy people,” Davidson said in a statement. “Nevertheless, Joe Biden’s Department of Defense mandated that our nation’s warriors be vaccinated or forced out.
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