The U.S. Army joined the list of WOKE organizations that are pushing the White Supremacy narrative and temporarily labeled our Commander-In-Chief a White Supremacist.
The Army Missile & Aviation Center’s Equal Employment Opportunity Manager Chaney P. Pickard sent an email to invite employees to listening sessions on race and diversity. Attached to the email was a five page document titled “Your Voice Matters.” Page four begins with text that states “Things to Think About”, followed by a graphic of a pyramid listing “overt” and “covert” behaviors that are considered to be evidence of “white supremacy”. The “Covert White Supremacy” section includes President Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”
According to Breitbart.com, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), called the graphic a clear violation of the Hatch Act, which bans federal employees and members of the military from engaging in political activity at work. After Brooks revealed the email’s existence on July 8, 2020, the Army issued a statement that said the “Project Inclusion listening tour handout included two unapproved pages that were sent out in error and immediately recalled.” Brooks said he spoke to Army Under Secretary Jim McPherson but was not given any explanation for what happened,
“He is going to order a 15-6 investigation, and a colonel is going to head up the investigation, and he expects it to be thorough, and once they have the information of who did what when where and why, then they’ll be in a position to ascertain how best to handle this matter,” Brooks said.
“It would be fair to say that Under Secretary of the Army Jim McPherson, who I spoke with, was appalled at the email’s content,” he added.
Brooks said he has not spoken to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, who launched Project Inclusion, which “Operation Inclusion” is apparently a part of.
Brooks said the “first step” of the 15-6 investigation will include forensic examination of computers, use of email addresses, and the interview of witnesses.
“Appropriate culprits can then be dealt with appropriately. Appropriately to me means fired,” he said.
“I would like to see everybody with authority over this matter, from commander in chief of the United States Army President Donald Trump on down, to become involved because of how egregious this conduct was,” he said.
I wonder what the President’s reaction was when he was made aware this?
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