NO. That is one of my major gripes with Purism so far. It’s pretty weasly marketing, in my opinion, to trumpet the fact that you have a physical kill switch for a bluetooth radio that doesn’t actually, in fact, well, “work” yet. They should definitely be more up-front about that. And if they don’t actually include a dongle, they should at least suggest one.
That being said, I have no doubt they’ll get there eventually, and then it will be nice to have the kill switch. I can also say that, a few fairly minor problems aside, My Librem 13 is the cleanest, easiest to use machine I have experienced in at least a decade. Yes, I spent time configuring it, but it was less time than I would have spent “de-configuring” the untidy mess of unasked for features that MacOS and Windows have become. I also find PureOS to be far and away the easiest Linux system to use and configure so far, but to be fair, I have only ever played with Ubuntu, Lubuntu and Xubuntu before.
As a caveat, I would also say that I am a little worried about what to do if something breaks out of warranty. I am wildly supportive of the fact that they are designing hardware that is easy to assemble/replace/swap parts on, but if those parts aren’t available, it’s kindof a moot point. They need to address that too.