Ted Cruz Takes Action On Behalf Of Fired Servicemembers

December 8, 2022

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has come up with an idea that is blowing the eyebrows right off of America's liberals:

Treat the brave Americans who have volunteered to make the ultimate sacrifice with a little respect and dignity.

That's why Cruz is strongly supporting a proposed provision in the National Defense Authorization Act referred to as the AMERICANS Act, which would nix the Biden administration's military COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

In addition to making it illegal to fire servicemembers based on their vaccination status, the act would allow America to provide compensation to the men and women who were already fired for standing up for their beliefs.

Cruz explained how this bill would help both servicemembers currently enlisted and those who were recently fired, saying:

The removal and reprimand of our service members during the largest land war in Europe since World War II, while in the midst of a recruiting crisis, may very well be the most irrational decision made by a sitting president. The advancement of this mandate repeal is a significant victory for every soldier, sailor, airman and Marine out there willing to defend our country, as well as their families.