On Monday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson revealed a PowerPoint shown by the United States Army that attempted to justify the vaccine mandates decreed by President Joe Biden.
One of the slides was a disturbing list of the “7 Tenets of Satanism,” and another posed the question, “How many children were sacrificed to Satan for the vaccine?” The latter was written “apparently sarcastically,” according to Carlson.
Military higher-ups allegedly used the slide show to pressure military members to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. It was reportedly meant to address military vaccine hesitancy with a “sympathetic portrayal of Satanism.”
“The presentation proceeds to list the so-called tenets of Satanism which are taken from the Temple of Satanism website ,” Carlson said. “So here you have the United States Army doing P.R. for Satanists.”
One slide mentioned that only three people died from taking the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine, which is, as Carlson pointed out, “dishonest .” He continued, “Reports collected by the Biden administration itself indicate actually in the thousands.”
Tucker Carlson reveals a powerpoint from the U.S. Army justifying vaccine mandates with a slide that says "How many children were sacrificed to Satan for the vaccine?" along with listing the 7 tenets of Satanism pic.twitter.com/a6SmmNwLvS 
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 21, 2021 
Carlson said that Biden’s mandate for the military is proof that the President is targeting  “men with high testosterone” and pushing his “takeover of the U.S. military.”
He said, “The point of mandatory vaccination is to identify the sincere Christians in the ranks, the freethinkers, the men with high testosterone levels and anyone else who doesn’t love Joe Biden and make them leave immediately.”
Carlson also said that the United States Army confirmed the slides were real. They were reportedly not approved by Army leadership.
“To this day, only 46 members of the entire U.S. military died from the coronavirus over the last year and a half,” Carlson said. “In just a few months last year, 156 service members killed themselves. So military suicide is an actual crisis the Pentagon might want to address.”