TOO FAT TO FIGHT: 10,000 U.S. Army soldiers are now too obese to serve… and a quarter of young men can’t even qualify for recruitment

If another country wanted to invade and take over the United States, it would be really easy to do so right now because a growing number of American soldiers is too fat to fight.

Blaming the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “pandemic” for the military’s obesity problem, the Associated Press (AP) reported that in the Army branch of the military alone, nearly 10,000 active-duty soldiers developed obesity between February 2019 and June 2021. Because of this, nearly 25 percent of Army troops are now too big to do their jobs.

The situation is not much different in the Navy and the Marines. Too much sitting inside during the lockdowns eating genetically modified (GMO) slop “food” has left servicemembers in the U.S. military in poorer shape than the average civilian in a foreign country where GMOs and other garbage are not part of the food supply.

“I could notice it,” said U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Murillo, 27, who reportedly spent “endless hours on his laptop” during the scamdemic while he chowed down on “cookies and chips in the barracks at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.”
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