Concerned citizens are realizing that the Marxist critical race theory infected nearly every aspect of American life.
But no one knew how bad it was until members of the military spoke up.
America’s top general made this jaw-dropping admission about critical race theory.
At a recent House Armed Services Committee hearing, Florida Congressman Michael Waltz—a former Green Beret—gripped Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley about the military indoctrinating troops with racist and Marxist books that promoted critical race theory.
“This isn’t something that we’re raising,” Waltz stated. “This came to me from cadets, from families, from soldiers with their alarm and their concern at how divisive this type of teaching is that is rooted in Marxism, that classifies people along class lines, an entire race of people as oppressor and oppressed.”
General Milley’s response left jaws on the ground.
Instead of condemning a sinister ideology that taught that America was founded on white supremacy and that some Americans were oppressors just because of their skin color, General Milley defended critical race theory and claimed critical race theory played a vital role in military training.
“I do think it’s [CRT] important, actually, for those of us in uniform to be open-minded and widely read. And the United States Military Academy is a university. And it is important that we train and we understand, and I wanna understand white rage and I’m white and I want to understand it,” General Milley began.
GeneralMilley then recited the corporate media’s favorite talking point that the events of January 6 were a white supremacist insurrection even though there is no evidence to support that claim.
“I want to understand white rage — and I’m white,” Milley told lawmakers. “What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America,” General Milley added.
General Milley then claimed that teaching Americans that their country is a nation founded on racism and that some Americans should feel guilty about their skin color would better help the military understand America.
“I’ve read Mao Zedong. I’ve read Karl Marx. I’ve read [Vladimir] Lenin. That doesn’t make me a communist. So what is wrong with understanding, having some situational understanding about the country for which we are here to defend?” General Milley added.
General Milley then summoned all the self-righteousness of a women’s studies professor at some Northeast liberal arts college and defended the idea of woke generals forcing critical race theory on their troops.
“And I personally find it offensive that we are accusing the United States military, our general officers, our commissioned/non-commissioned officers of being quote ‘woke’ or something else, because we’re studying some theories that are out there,” General Milley added.
Americans have heard horror stories about critical race theory poisoning schools and corporate America through diversity training seminars.
But few could believe the United States military would willingly impose an ideology that teaches the individuals that volunteer to defend a nation that the country they serve was founded on racism and oppression.
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