Lloyd Austin has a certain reputation that he has not been able to shake. While he has been on active duty, he’s been able to steadily move up in the ranks but no one seems to take him all that seriously. The whole thing definitely gives off an Affirmative Action type of vibe.
Do you need proof that he has risen up in the ranks for reasons that have very little to do with his actual performance? We are more than happy to provide it. Congressman Matt Gaetz finally got to bring up his concerns regarding Bishop Garrison and the results are tremendous. The liberals won’t like it but this man has no one to blame but himself.
Bishop Garrison has already shown us exactly where he stands on these matters. He’s revealed himself to be a racist many times over. If you don’t believe us, take a look at the excerpt from this piece that was written all the way back in 2019 (feels like ages ago now, doesn’t it?):
“We will continue to face the nation-ending threat of white supremacy and white nationalist extremism unless we invest in Combating Violent Extremism (CVE) programs, which this administration has cut, and find the courage to have honest-to-God difficult, uncomfortable conversations in our homes and communities about our history of race and privilege in America and how it has shaped our lives today.
An example of this in practice is the New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project, a series of opinion pieces, poetry, essays, and historical works designed to inform readers on the treatment and history of slavery, segregation, and Jim Crow laws in America. The project’s title comes from the August anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves, 20-30 individuals from what is now modern-day Angola, in the British American colonies.
Each work highlights not only past atrocities and injustices experienced by black Americans, but ongoing systemic issues that have plagued the nation from its original sin of slavery into the present day. It’s an important effort that may very well shape the dialogue around race, inclusion, and the need for steadfast policies that may one day fill the discriminatory gaps in our society and help heal the country. And the effort is, somehow, in 2019, controversial.
While pundits clutch pearls and attempt to convince us that the 1619 Project is a lie, that it’s really white society under attack, and that we’re in a post-racial society because we once had a black man as president, more radicalized white supremacists will shoot up schools, markets, stores, and places of worship to assert their ideology. We are not required to blindly believe pundits. We must not be bullied by maniacs who seek power through semi-automatic rifles. We must not run from engagement with each other; the change we desire can be achieved through heartfelt, frequently difficult, and awkward conversations among family, friends, and neighbors about race and its continued impact on our lives. Reading the 1619 Project is a good place to start.”
It’s right there, plain as day. Garrison wants everyone to believe that white supremacists are still running hog wild. The widely derided 1619 Project being invoked is just the icing on that silly cake. To be fair, we do not think that Lloyd Austin is unintelligent. He’s clearly a very smart man. What we will say is that he does not seem to be telling the truth. Why on earth did Garrison get the position of Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Defense for Diversity and Inclusion without being vetted?
Garrison is not walking in the same footsteps as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by any stretch of the imagination. He’s not here to judge anyone by the content of their character. He wants to judge them by the color of their skin. This is the current reality that Washington, DC has created for themselves and Lloyd Austin is the living embodiment. The truly brave patriots who are not going to go along with this need to be heard!