Joe Biden just had a monkey wrench thrown in his scheme to purge patriots from the military

Joe Biden has declared war on conservatives.

He’s trying to run them out of all areas of government.

But Joe Biden just had a monkey wrench thrown in his scheme to purge patriots from the military.

Joe Biden is doing everything he can to fundamentally transform the U.S. military.

He’s trying to purge as many conservatives as he can from serving in the Armed Forces.

Biden’s Pentagon is using trumped-up January 6 events as a supposed excuse to combat “extremism” in the military.

Of course, what Biden’s regime considers extremism is undefined.

But it could include questioning the integrity of the 2020 election or opposing Fauci’s COVID restrictions.

If that’s the case, U.S. soldiers could be punished for simply liking a post on social media.

Biden’s other major move to purge the military is vaccine mandates.

Right now, tens of thousands of soldiers could be purged for refusing to get the jab.

But Biden just suffered a massive defeat when a federal court recently smacked him down on one of his vaccine mandates.

35 Navy SEALs and 3 reservists sued the Biden regime, stating that the military vaccine mandate was a violation of their First Amendment rights.

The SEALs sought a religious exemption against the vaccine.

Judge Reed O’Connor of the Northern District of Texas stood up for liberty, siding with the SEALs’ First Amendment rights.

“Our nation asks the men and women in our military to serve, suffer, and sacrifice. But we do not ask them to lay aside their citizenry and give up the very rights they have sworn to protect,” O’Connor wrote, adding that the pandemic “provides the government no license to abrogate” the First Amendment rights of U.S. soldiers.

O’Connor then unloaded on the treatment of religious exemptions, calling them “theater” by noting that not a single religious exemption had been approved.

However, an internal Navy memo was drafted that requested the Admiral in charge of exemptions to deny them.

While this is a first step in pushing back against vaccine mandates, a long fight is still ahead for the rest of the military looking to exercise their First Amendment rights.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.