In a CNN interview, Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., said that the majority of the 25,000 National Guard members stationed at the Capitol for the Inauguration were white males and likely Donald Trump supporters, putting them in the category of persons who could wish to cause problems.
5,000 soldiers were imprisoned in a chilly parking garage with only one power outlet, no Internet, two restrooms, and a significant COVID danger. We haven’t witnessed such contempt for military people performing their duties since former First Lady Hillary Clinton treated uniformed White House social assistants like personal maids.
These slights and rumors of keeping tens of thousands of soldiers in Washington, D.C. On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed executive orders without having a defined goal.
A significant policy reversal that is expected to initially affect the military was made by President Joe Biden when he signed an executive order granting special government rights for gender identity and sexual orientation. Additionally, Biden overturned Trump’s directive to stop all government agencies’ CRT training programs.
This implies that harsh CRT programs accusing non-minorities of white supremacy and systematic racism will likely be introduced at all levels of military schools.
In the CRT universe, racism is proven by its own denial. It is impossible to think of a more dividing strategy to demoralize the troops rather than bringing them together as a potent, unified force.
Military women will be required to share their private restrooms with biological males who identify as transgender, which is especially disappointing coming from President Biden. Obama-Biden administration directives, such the 2016 “Military Transgender Policy Implementation Handbook,” downplayed worries about discomfort and worse. The manual advised women to simply get accustomed to it.