War Looms, But Military Spends Time Pursuing DEI and Climate Change Policies

by Faye Higbee at lidblog.com

The Biden administration is hell-bent on pursuing the elusive DEI and ensuring they conform to whatever climate change hoaxsters demand. Meanwhile, China and Russia are watching closely as the Biden administration systematically depletes our Military with no evidence to back up their actions.

The Biden administration’s push for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the military has been criticized by Republican lawmakers for lacking empirical evidence. During a House hearing, Pentagon officials defended their DEI initiatives, arguing that diversity was essential to the military’s strength and readiness. However, they were unable to provide data to support their statements.

House Armed Services Subcommittee for Military Personnel Chairman Jim Banks asked why the military was spending over 6 million man-hours on DEI training, with none of the officials providing any empirical evidence to justify this investment. Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Gil Cisneros, who is also the DOD’s chief DEI officer, was unable to provide figures on the department’s spending on DEI initiatives and the number of employees dedicated to DEI, simply saying: “Diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to unit cohesion and trust.” Gwen Stokes at American Defense News

In fact, the DEI agenda tends to create division, as it pits one race ahead of another instead of creating one cohesive unit with a single focus…protecting the homeland. But the Military is going with the mantra created by the woke leadership and stands by their idiocy. All of this is in the face of adversary nations actively increasing their Military might.


Every military leader has also focused on climate change and diversity, thanks to Executive orders issued by our current White House dementia patient. Take Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro, for example.

Schizophrenic priorities?


“As the Secretary of the Navy, I can tell you that I have made climate one of my top priorities since the first day I came into office.” Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro


Amazingly, he said that just a week after admitting that China was ahead of the US in naval shipyards.


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