New Secretary of Defense ordering a military stand-down over WHITE SUPREMACY

Biden’s new Secretary of Defense is ordering a military-wide stand-down to weed out White Supremacy in its ranks or something:
The Pentagon on Wednesday said it was still uncertain how to grapple with the problem of extremism in its ranks and announced a military-wide pause to allow troops and commanders a chance to focus on the issue.
Lloyd Austin, the first Black secretary of defense who recently took over at the Pentagon, ordered each branch of the military to stand-down at some point over the next 60 days to discuss the threat posed by white supremacy and similar extremism, said Pentagon press secretary John Kirby.
Austin delivered the order at a meeting of the leaders of each military service Wednesday that included the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Gen. Mark Milley, and vice chairman Gen. John Hyten, according to Kirby.
“There wasn’t one being in the room that didn’t agree that there wasn’t a problem,” he said.
The order was designed to allow military leaders to make clear that white supremacy and other extremist ideology had no place in the armed forces and to hear from troops about how they view the problem, Kirby said.
Although the Pentagon had studied the issue over the years and issued directives, the department still doesn’t have a full understanding of the problem, he said.
“We don’t know how we’re going to be able to get after this in a meaningful, productive, tangible way and that is why he had this meeting today and that is why he certainly ordered this stand-down,” Kirby said.
In the U.S. military, “stand-downs” are designed to focus the attention of the entire force on a serious problem or issue that requires every unit and every rank to pause their daily activity to discuss the problem.
The military has previously announced stand-down orders to address other problems plaguing the force and to raise awareness among the ranks over suicide, sexual assault and racism. Commanders can decide when to schedule the discussion over the 60-day period outlined by the defense secretary.
The Pentagon has yet to offer data outlining the scale of the problem, and neither the Defense Department nor the FBI have released information about roughly how many service members have been disciplined over extremist links in recent years or how many potential recruits show an affinity for extremist groups.
It’s funny now these people in the media and Democrat circles ALWAYS talk about White Supremacy but never mention the major threat of Antifa, which is more of a threat than anything I’ve ever seen. They are constantly on the streets trying to kill police officers, especially in liberal cities like Portland and Seattle. But the media continues to pretend like they don’t exist. They instead want to only focus on ‘white supremacy’. It’s so partisan and politicized that it’s pathetic.
And now we’ve got this ‘stand-down’ in order to weed out white supremacy? I fear that all the good work Trump did with the military will slowly go down the drain. I hope not, but this isn’t a promising start.
via therightscoop

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