Teaching Hate Under the Guise of "Inclusion" — in the U.S. Army | Beaufort County Now | When I joined the military, at age 17, I looked at it as, not only a way to make a living and maybe get an education to help me later in life but there was also that feeling of being part of an organization treated with awe and respect. | beaufort observer, bonus deal, teaching hate, inlusion, US army, july 28, 2020

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Teaching Hate Under the Guise of "Inclusion" — in the U.S. Army

    When I joined the military, at age 17, I looked at it as, not only a way to make a living and maybe get an education to help me later in life but there was also that feeling of being part of an organization treated with awe and respect. Also in the back of my mind was the thought that I had become a part of an organization that would defend and protect all Americans. Being 17 today there is no way I would look at that organization the same way, there is no way I would join the military, with today's liberal progressive leadership embedded at the top, many of whom were put there by our ex president Obama.

  • Members of the military, uniformed and civilian, are strictly prohibited from engaging in overt political activities. Those rules exist to keep them focused on their mission-defending the nation.
  • But apparently, someone in the U.S. Army's Equity and Inclusion Agency has forgotten the rules. With a course titled "Operation Inclusion," the agency is promoting the line that if you support enforcing immigration law, or say things like "all lives matter," then you're a white supremacist.

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    Read the full article HERE on New York Post.


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