WASHINGTON, DC – Earlier today, it was reported that the Biden Administration had approved a plan to vaccinate some of America’s most dangerous terrorists lodged at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility. After media backlash, Biden’s Pentagon has retreated from that decision and placed the GitmoVax plan on hold.
“No Guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated,” Defense Department Press Secretary John Kirby tweeted. “We’re pausing the plan to move forward, as we review force protection protocols. We remain committed to our obligations to keep our troops safe.”
Here’s our earlier report:
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA – Pakistani terrorist Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, in 2003 confessed to being one of the masterminds behind the deadly 9-11 terror attacks on America. Now, while detained in prison in Guantanamo Bay, he’s been bumped to the front of the COVID-19 vaccine line before millions of Americans. It’s all because of an order signed by one of President Joe Biden’s new government appointees.
This week, President Joe Bide and his administration revealed a COVID-19 vaccine shortage is in play and millions of Americans are now in online queues waiting possibly months to get vaccinated. States are already reporting this week that their COVID-19 shipments will be lower than previously expected in the coming weeks.
“How the hell does this make sense??” asked Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
The Department of Defense, which manages the Guantanamo Bay facility which houses some of the world’s most dangerous and violent terrorists has said it will make the vaccine available to all currently incarcerated inmates. Approximately forty detainees remain in Guantanamo Bay. The order was issued by newly installed Biden administration appointee Terry Adirim, Principal Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs.