QAnon ‘shaman’ Jake Angeli reportedly booted from Navy for refusing a vaccine

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The infamous, bare-chested “QAnon shaman” who stormed the US Capitol in a horned headdress and star-spangled face paint was reportedly booted from the Navy for refusing to take an anthrax vaccine. 

Jake Angeli, 33, who complained that jail staff won’t feed him organic food, enlisted in the Navy as a supply clerk in September 2005 before getting assigned to the USS Kitty Hawk the following March, Task and Purpose reported. 

After about two years as a serviceman, the Arizona native was discharged when he refused to take the anthrax vaccine in October 2007, the outlet reported, citing a Navy official. 

The characterization of Angeli’s discharge wasn’t released because of privacy concerns, the outlet said. 

The conspiracy theorist, who told federal authorities he stormed the Capitol at the request of President Trump, received a slew of awards during his time with the Navy, including the National Defense Service Medal and the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, the outlet reported. 

Angeli is charged with disorderly conduct on Capitol Grounds and for knowingly entering a restricted building without lawful authority and with violent entry. 

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