Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Continues to Weaken Armed Forces with Marxist Ideology

If you love America’s military and are proud of our history in keeping the world safe for Democracy, you are going to have a real problem with what follows.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is on a mission to indoctrinate America’s Armed Forces with both the “critical race theory” and “gender identity,” both based on Marxist ideology. 

And he is also willing to skirt the truth about his efforts. 

Fox News reported that the Biden administration has launched an extensive diversity and equity initiative in the military. It has a special emphasis on both the topics listed above. 

According to a report obtained by Fox News Digital, this effort has critically weakened our U.S. Armed Forces. 

The report is from Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Texas Rep. Chip Roy, and it focuses on how the military under Biden’s leadership, has allocated resources to “root out extremism” within its ranks. It is doing this by promoting radical left-wing ideas on race and gender. 

In the report, Rubio and Roy write, “Our military’s singular purpose is to provide for the common defense. It cannot be turned into a left-wing social experiment. It cannot be used as a cudgel against America itself. And it cannot be paralyzed by fear of offending the sensibilities of Ivy League faculty lounges or progressive pundits. The world is a dangerous place, and the Biden administration’s insanity is eroding our greatest source of security in it.”

The left’s commitment to “wokeness” is hard to take in universities around the nation, but it is especially out of control in the most powerful military force in the world. 

To restate a familiar quote, “War is hell,” and as Rush Limbaugh used to say, in war you “kill people and break things.”

Fox News reported that less than a month after Biden appointed Austin as Secretary of Defense, he directed his commanding officers at all levels to discuss extremism in the ranks. But the Biden administration’s own report from their “Countering Extremist Activity Working Group,” later identified less than 100 cases of extremism from the 2.1 million active forces. That is .005%.