Coast Guard Hero Thanked Biden For His Vaccine Dismissal

President Joe Biden personally congratulated a US Coast Guard lifeguard for saving lives of victims of Hurricane Ian in southwest Florida. However, the Coast Guard hero said he is close to being fired over Biden’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccine order for the US military.

On Thursday there were areas devastated by Hurricane Ian that were only accessible by plane. Coast Guard members flew from the air station in Clearwater, Fla., to the coastal areas devastated by the Category 4 hurricane.

For more than eight hours, teams ventured into the hurricane-devastated areas of Fort Myers and Naples — where they rescued 15 people and several pets.

One of the Coast Guard’s heroes is Second Class Lifeguard and Survival Technician Zach Loesch. He reportedly stepped through a wall to pull out a disabled woman and her husband who were stranded in their storm-damaged home.

“I’m just trying to smile and be happy and show them as light at the end of their dark day,” Loesch said WFLA. “A lot of them are desperate and need help and are desperate. Everything they know is gone, and if they go with us, it may be the last time they see their house.”

President Biden personally congratulates Loesch for his courage in rescuing helpless people stranded in Southwest Florida.

“I told him how proud I was of him and thanked him for all the work he and his Coasties are doing to save lives,” Biden said said.

The White House added“The President thanked them for saving lives and asked for a report on the work that continues to save Floridians. He also asked if they need any additional support he can provide to expedite successful rescue operations; they stated that they got what they need to carry out their vital mission.”

However, Loesch is reportedly one of the dedicated federal employees being laid off from their jobs because of the Biden administration’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for the US military.

delete will allegedly Be expelled from the Coast Guard within 30 to 60 days for not being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Loesch said he applied for religious exemption, but it was denied. His appeal was also rejected.

Allegedly Loesch said Journalist Kristina Wong: “If I had asked any of the people I rescued yesterday if they would like to come with me even though I am unvaccinated, every single one of them would have said ‘yes’. It just sucks that he thanked me, but his vaccination order is what kicks me out.”

Republican lawmakers have pushed back Biden’s mandatory shots.

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) noticedJoe Biden said it himself – COVID is over. Yet he still fires our brave men and women who serve our nation, like Coast Guard Lifeguard Zach Loesch. Zach stepped through a wall to rescue an elderly couple trapped by Hurricane Ian.”

Last month, Biden declared that the COVID-19 pandemic was “over.”

Rep. Mike Waltz (R-Fla.) said that Daily mail“This will impair our ability to respond effectively to the next natural disaster unless the Biden administration reverses course. We need more service members like Zach Loesch risking their lives to save others – not fewer. And with the military’s current recruitment crisis, these skills will be extremely difficult to replace.”

From September 2022 there is 2,632 Coast Guard members who are not fully vaccinated.

Last month, a Lawsuit has been filed on behalf of about 1,200 Coast Guard members against the Biden administration for refusing religious exemptions from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

Below are some of the Coast Guard’s extraordinary rescue missions in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

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Laura Coffey

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