The radical transformation of America is picking up steam with Joe Biden preparing to sign off on another batch of executive orders this week.
One which will thrill the “woke” media, as well as the Democratic party’s activist base, will be the reversal of now-former President Donald J. Trump’s ban on transgenders in the military.
The Biden regime’s coming prioritization of political correctness in the pursuit of diversity will once again distract from the armed forces’ primary purpose of combat readiness by forcing military personnel to undergo cultural conditioning and sensitivity training as they did when Barack Obama was the commander in chief.
According to reports, the announcement is set to coincide with the swearing-in of the new Secretary Of Defense Lloyd Austin who like Trump SECDEF Mark Esper was a lobbyist for defense contractor Raytheon.
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) January 25, 2021
The Biden administration is expected to repeal the ban on transgender Americans from serving in the military, multiple people informed of the decision told CBS News. The announcement is expected as soon as Monday, one senior Defense official and four outside advocates of repealing the ban told CBS News.
The senior Defense official told CBS News the repeal will be through executive order signed by President Joe Biden. The announcement is expected to take place at a ceremony with newly-confirmed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who will order the Pentagon to go back to the policy enacted in 2016 by former Defense Secretary Ash Carter that allowed transgender Americans to serve openly.
The White House did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
Congress is also looking to make big changes to the military with a purge of Trump supporters from the ranks under the pretense of them being extremists and white supremacists.
— The Hill (@thehill) January 25, 2021
Via The Hill, “Lawmakers move to oust extremists from military”:
Lawmakers are taking matters into their own hands to prevent white supremacists and other extremists from joining and remaining in the military.
Following the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol — and the subsequent revelation that nearly 1 in 5 people charged in connection with the riot have some form of military background — Congress plans to insert language into this year’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to address extremism at the Pentagon and other federal agencies.
“The attack on our Capitol was an insurrection fueled in large part by groups that espouse the same extreme white supremacists’ views – groups that actively recruit veterans and from the ranks of our military,” Rep. Anthony Brown (D-Md.) said in a statement to The Hill.
“We must recommit ourselves to rooting these beliefs out of our ranks, protecting our servicemembers from radicalization and ensuring all Americans feel safe serving the country we all love,” he added.
Democrats and the incoming Biden administration angered many last week when National Guard troops sent to the nation’s capital as props and then subjected to loyalty screenings by the deeply partisan FBI, leading some GOP governors to order them back home.
With the focus on purging the U.S. military a top priority of Biden and his handlers, our enemies who likely view such things as ridiculous are watching and waiting.