Joe Biden has promised to have the most inclusive and diverse Presidency in history – and that includes the two-terms of his former boss Barack Obama.
President Biden’s woke efforts are starting to seep into the places they least belong.
Now, The U.S. military is banning these words for the most insane reason imaginable.
The United States, at one time, featured the most feared fighting force on the face of the earth.
As Ronald Reagan phrased it, “peace through strength.”
However, changes made by President Joe Biden are turning the U.S. military from force to be reckoned with to a laughing stock.
In a far cry from anything you would see in Top Gun: Maverick, in order to become “a more lethal fighting force,” the U.S. Air Force is now banning the use of gender pronouns.
Andy Vermaut shares:Pacific U.S. Air Force Base Bans References To Gender, Age, And Race: Washington Free Beacon: U.S. Forces Ordered to Stop Using Gender Pronouns to Improve ‘Lethality’
— Andy Vermaut (@AndyVermaut) September 1, 2022
The Washington Free Beacon reported a division of the U.S. Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) has ordered its senior leaders and commanders to stop using gender pronouns after The Free Beacon obtained a partial copy of the order.
“Competition against near-peer adversaries requires a united focus from the command, the joint team, and our international partners,” the email reads. “Welcoming and employing varied perspectives from a foundation of mutual respect will improve our interoperability, efficiency, creativity, and lethality.”
In a baffling notion, PACAF officials believe “neutral language” will help them increase “lethality.”
“In accordance with the Diverse PACAF priority, We must embrace, promote and unleash the potential of diversity and inclusion,” reads a May email sent to senior leaders and commanders at the Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, which operates under the Pacific Air Forces.
This shift in philosophy from training a fighting force to creating an inclusive and diverse, safe space, is all the more concerning when you factor in that PACAF is tasked with confronting China.
The elimination of gender pronouns frightens Rebeccah Heinrichs, a defense policy expert and senior fellow at the Hudson Institute think tank.
“It is painful to think about the amount of time servicemen have already spent writing these rules instead of figuring out how to beat China,” Heinrichs said. “Somebody needs to remind DOD leadership that they’re in the business of preventing and winning wars and not in the Oberlin lounge.”
However, PACAF has an overarching goal to promote “diversity and inclusion” at all levels of the service.
How does this change improve the Air Force’s “lethality”?
“(The ban) is intended to eliminate any information that could identify the nominee’s name, gender, age, or race so that all members had a fair and equal chance at winning,” a spokesman for the Anderson Air Force Base said.
In other words, everyone gets a trophy mentality.
This is hardly the first DEI military move made by the Biden Administration.
In fact, it’s part of a larger effort to create a more “culturally sensitive” environment in the military.
The U.S. Navy recently published a video instructing its sailors on proper gender pronouns.
The U.S. Army also mandates gender identity training and trains officers on when to offer subordinates gender-transition surgery.
In fact, as of June, 2021 – the most recent numbers available – the Pentagon has spent more than $15-Million of tax money on psychotherapy for transexuals and sex change surgeries.
And let us not forget, after turning over Afghanistan to the Taliban, the Biden administration lamented the lack of women and LGBTQ+ representatives in Taliban government.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.