Biden’s defense secretary says troops will STAND DOWN for a ‘white nationalism and extremism’ witchhunt

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The decision to a hold a stand-down was made by Austin, who made history by becoming the military's first Black defense secretary after a long career rising in the ranks of the Army. In his confirmation hearing, Austin underscored the need to rid the military of 'racists and extremists'.

Biden’s defense secretary engages in classic ‘panic signaling‘ with his overblown accusation that the military needs to ‘stand down’ because of racists and extremists within its ranks.  

Pretty soon it may be snowflakes-, transgenders-, Antifa- and liberals-only-need-apply in the U.S. armed forces, as military-wide “stand-downs” are planned over the next two months during which personnel can be singled out and persecuted for their personal politics and beliefs.

Because when you steal an election and a government, you need to have like-minded people carrying the guns and driving the tanks.

The decision was made by Lloyd Austin, who was installed by the Biden regime as defense secretary after a long career rising in the ranks of the Army, reports Dailymail.com.

Austin, who is black, stressed in his confirmation hearing the need for the military to be purged of “racists and extremists,” which according to Critical Race Theory translates to: white people who don’t apologize for being white.

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Austin ordered the stand-downs after meeting with the U.S. military branch chiefs, who are under pressure to show progress in combating “extremism” after current and former military servicemembers were found to have participated in the Jan. 6 demonstration at the U.S. Capitol following the highly suspect and largely unexamined presidential election.

The Pentagon has not defined yet how it will deal with “extremism” or estimated how many service members hold “white nationalist” ideology. It has also not revealed how many troops have been disciplined for this “extremism.”

It was unclear whether the announcement was meant to lay the groundwork for any near-term concrete actions by President Joe Biden’s Pentagon or whether the stand-down was more of a symbolic move, meant to demonstrate Austin’s stance on people who do not share his politics.

The Pentagon did not define stand-downs, or pauses in regular activity across the U.S. military, how long they might last or what commanders would do during that time to root out the “extremists.”

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