The Department of Defense continues to pour more and more money into DEI programs. When will it end?
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has been increasing its budget allocations towards diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs over the past few years. This commitment is aimed at fostering a more inclusive environment within the military, recruiting diverse talent, and supporting research that reflects this priority. The DoD’s focus on DEI can be traced back to President Biden’s executive order (14025), which emphasized equity, diversity, and inclusion across government agencies.
Matt Walsh discusses this on the youtube video below:
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As a combat veteran, I can guarantee they spend more on diversity initiatives than my health care
I got charged around $3,000 for a kevlar helmet that I ALLEGEDLY did not turn in. It took me over two years of gathering documents and statements from the chain-of-custody individuals who were involved in me returning the helmet.
When I say it took EVERYTHING to prove to the Army that I DID turn the helmet in, it indeed took EVERYTHING. I swear on my life, there is somebody in the Army who’s entire job is just making up false allegations about soldiers not turning gear in just to bring in money that they wouldn’t be getting otherwise.