The Biden Administration has turned the greatest fighting force in the world into a woke experimental petri dish of sex and gender confusion.
The Air Force celebrating Pride Month with a rainbow colored salute. The Marines are using rainbow colored bullets and Space Force is promoting something called “Queer Space.”
And the Navy just announced a campaign to create a safe space for sailors to share their preferred pronouns. Heaven help us if a snowflake gets triggered. Watch below.
“Using the right pronouns is a simple way to affirm someone’s identity,” Jony Rozon, an engineer with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, says in footage of a Navy instructional video that was posted online. “It is a signal of acceptance and respect.”
The video goes on to stress that using inclusive language is imperative to having an effective Navy.
“Instead of saying something like ‘Hey guys,’ you can say, ‘Hey everybody,’ Rozon explains.
So what happens if a sailor commits the egregious mistake of calling Seaman Tyrone by the wrong pronoun? What happens if Tyrone is a “zi” or “zir” and you misgender him as a “he” or “him”?
“You correct yourself and move on, or you accept the correction and move on,” says Conchy Vasquez, an engineer with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. “The most important thing I can tell you is, do not put the burden of making you feel good about your mistake on the person you just misgendered.”
The Russians and Chinese must be getting a good chuckle knowing the easiest way to sink our battleships is to misgender American sailors.
There are grave concerns among many lawmakers and veterans that the administration’s emphasis on diversity is impacting military readiness.
“You cannot have a functioning military and indulge this pronoun nonsense. It’s a national security risk to the cohesion of the force, especially the they/them stuff. If you care more about your pronouns than your country, you should not be in the military,” said Breitbart’s Joel Pollack.
Long gone are the days of a military whose chief responsibility was to blowing things up and kill the enemy.
Could you imagine a soldier telling General Patton that he wasn’t able to fight because he was misgendered by the enemy?
I suspect Patton would’ve torn that soldier a new preferred pronoun.