Tucker Carlson responds to Pentagon commander who claimed White people are 'part of the problem'

オン “タッカーカールソン今夜,” ホスト タッカーカールソン noted that Austin, 防衛産業の請負業者レイセオンの元取締役, 彼の確認プロセス中に、彼はそうするだろうと言った “rid our ranks of racists and extremists,” そしてそれ “We can’t do that if some of our enemies lie within our own ranks.

‘Some of our enemies lie within our own ranks,’ he’s right about that, but probably thinking of a different group,” Carlson said in response.

Carlson said that as part of theirhunt for extremists,” the Pentagon has partnered with people includingIslamic activistsand at least one figure who seeks the release of Guantanamo Bay detainees. 加えて, he pointed to a report that Lt. 大佐. Andrew Carson, a battalion commander at Fort Carson, コロ。, told his troops それ “White people are part of the problem.

Carlson asked investigative journalist Daniel Greenfield for further specifics on how Austin is reshaping the Pentagon and the military.

It paints an unpleasant [picture] from the top-down: Bishop Garrison is leading the CEWG (Counter-Extremism Working Group) that Austin set up in order to create a new definition of extremism,” Greenfield said.

“[Garrison’s group] will define it and it is going to screen recruits in the military and it’s punishing them if they lie about their past activities. It’s going to be a point of contact for veterans warning them about extremism. And it’s obviously going to regulate who gets into what kind of national security positions,” Greenfield continued.

They have gotten 18 experts to come in coordinate with CEWG in this extremism this definition. Only one of them has a military background and only two have a law enforcement background. The vast majority of them are partisan Democrats who supported Biden. And strangely enough, about a third of them are Muslim or from Islamic groups. Two of whom appear to not even be United States citizens but have worked with the United Nations.

Carlson responded that Garrison’s group sounds likepolitical commissarsand that Congress should be addressing this issue.

Maybe at some point, someone in the Congress could hold up the military budget over stuff like this,” added Carlson, pointing to people like Rep. リズ・チェイニー, R-Wyo., who say theysupport the troopsbut appear silent in the face of this dramatic shift at the Pentagon.

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