Between UFOspoorly executed social media military psyopsand Chinese coins appearing in military aircraft, the Pentagon has had its hands full of examinations, investigations and probes.
Last to add to the list is the discovery that their newly promoted Chief Diversity Officer for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) may not have been such a wise hire.
Fox News Digital last week discovered old tweets from diversity chief Kelisa Wing who showed apparent contempt for white people, using various slang terms to describe them in his tweets.
In addition to leading diversity for the DoDEA, Ms. Wing is also a children’s book author, publishing numerous books as part of the “Racial Justice in America” series.
Kelisa Wing is chief officer for “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” in the Office of Educational Activities at the Department of Defense. She is under investigation for anti-white tweets.
She made fun of white people by using the names “Karen” and “CAUdacity” meaning Caucasian. https://t.co/zkKd8GkxZy pic.twitter.com/rkOnGCKoib
—David Atherton (@DaveAtherton20) September 20, 2022
With GOP members concerned that the military has become a breeding ground for woke indoctrination that could be part of what has hurt recent military recruiting efforts, you can’t help but wonder if they’re on to something. thing.
As someone who recently retired from the military after 20 years of service, I can confirm that they indeed are.
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Ms Wing describes herself as a “woke administrator” and, according to her now deactivated or deleted LinkedIn profile, had worked for the Ministry of Defense for 16 years. Last December, Ms. Wing was promoted to Chief Diversity Officer with DoDEA.
For those unfamiliar with DoDEA, the organization within DoD provides K-12 education to the DoD community. Officially DoDEA:
“Directs… education programs for school-aged children of DOD personnel.
The part to keep in mind throughout this article comes the DoDEA:
“Provides support and resources to local educational agencies across the United States that serve children of military families.”
So what kind of support can we expect?
Mrs Wing tweeted in June 2020:
“I’m exhausted with these white folxes in these [professional development] sessions. This lady actually had the audacity to say that black people can be racist too… I had to stop the session and give the BUSINESS to Karen… We are not the majority, we don’t have the power.
Who is Kelisa Wing? He’s the DEI officer from the Department of Defense. She is a black woman who has written books on “white privilege”. Biden, his regime and the Pentagon are destroying our military with awakening. pic.twitter.com/EDE2s9qjGv
— JLH 🐘🇺🇸🦅 (@Japherh7) September 14, 2022
Oh boy, so much to unpack in this tweet.
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I could lose it
Even if her tweet above had been spelled correctly and grammatically accurate, it should have immediately, at the very least, disqualified her for the position of Chief Diversity Officer, which arguably shouldn’t exist to begin with.
For those not following, “caudacity” is a made-up portmanteau that combines Caucasian and daring.
Essentially, this old-fashioned jargon means that if you’re white and you accurately state that non-white people can be racist, you’re being “caudated.” But maybe the best tweet was a response to another user who posted:
“I’m exhausted by 99% of white males in education and 95% of white females. Where can I take a break from the white nonsense for a while? »
I could do an entire article on this tweet alone. Ms. Wing replied:
“If another Karen tells me about her feelings…I might lose my mind…”
Again for those not following, a “Karen” is a derogatory term for a white woman who is usually middle-aged and boring to some degree. Or as the liberal media portrays it“white women weaponizing their victimization”.
The new diversity chief doesn’t seem at all interested in diversity; she made it clear that she was not interested in the views of anyone white.
Kelisa Wing, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer at the Education Branch of the Department of Defense, co-authored a children’s book called “What Does It Mean to Defund the Police?”
These are the people Joe Biden put in charge of our military. They need to get out.
— Billy Prempeh (@BillyPrempeh) September 14, 2022
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It’s getting worse
Not only did Ms. Wing publicly illustrate her bias via tweets, but she was also able to illustrate the same via the posted word. It’s true; She’s a children’s author. I really need to start my book because I feel like anyone can do it.
The books in his series focus on racial justice, discuss police defunding, BLM and white privilege. Again, these books are for children.
In his book “What is White Privilege?” she encourages white children to “unpack” their “backpack” of privilege. Clever.
In ‘What is Black Lives Matter?’ she says “almost all” of the protests after the killing of George Floyd have been “peaceful”. A problematic argument to make when there was more than a billion dollars in damagesrecorded as the most expensive in insurance history.
Not to mention, um, 25 people killed in riots.
The military: more awake, less safe. pic.twitter.com/WI71AjRUrJ
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) September 22, 2022
Get thick here
Following the announcement of Ms. Wing’s promotion to this new position, DoDEA Director Thomas Brady said:
“This new position will take a holistic approach to identifying and improving how we integrate the practice of diversity, equity, and inclusion into all aspects of DoDEA, from curriculum and assessment to hiring. and professional development.”
Think about it a bit. This person has been tasked with influencing what military children learn, how they are tested, and the hiring of teachers who work in schools at military installations.
A DoDEA spokesperson said after the recent revelations:
“Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in…[DoDEA] are an important part of building and maintaining an organizational culture where all students, educators, and staff are valued and respected.
Hard to say I’m buying that, given that the head of your diversity program for DoDEA has spent quite a bit of time on his Twitter feed trashing an entire demographic of society. But still, the spokesperson went on to say:
“Our goal remains to ensure military-related students, their families, and our employees have equitable access to opportunities and resources that support student success and college and career readiness.”
Do you buy all of this? Because I don’t.
In fact, Wing was named DoDEA “Teacher of the Year” in 2017.
The US military may never recover from the lack of leadership under the Austin/Milley regime. Anyone who has seen Austin review the masked and masked troops understands. Sad political hacks that promoted more of the same, weak and woke military leaders.
— Frederick Wolfe (@fwolfe65) September 23, 2022
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The DEI cult has infiltrated our military and has been in its ranks for some time. I don’t know which is worse; whether the hiring authority for that position failed to exercise due diligence and thoroughly check that person’s background, or if they cared and didn’t care.
I would say you have a 50/50 hit on which one occurred. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin has regularly touted his dedication to stamping out our racial bias and “extremism” in the military.
Where was he with this particular recruit? Maybe he and General Mark Milley were too busy reading about the The general’s “white rage”.
The real victims of this kind of ridicule and outrageous example of DEI pandering are not just the children of these schools and the employees of these schools, but the families of the military. Unfortunately, for many young military families, the only option for your child’s education is these DoDEA schools.
It’s no wonder the military struggles to retain the best and the brightest.
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