Yesterday, the House Armed Services Committee hearing featuring Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Michael Gilday involved some fireworks. The subject was Critical Race Theory, and Gilday’s insertion of a blatantly anti-intellectual and racist book, “How to Be an Anti-Racist” by sometime activist and full-time grifter Ibram X. Kendi, onto his official “reading list” for the US Navy.
The massive dump of emails from Dr. Anthony Fauci as they pertain to the coronavirus being “potentially engineered” and Fauci’s fixation with gain of function research is suspect enough. As it turns out, though, the head of NIAID is also connected to human-animal hybrid experiments using aborted fetal parts, which have taken place at the University of Pittsburgh. Students for Life of America and the Center for Medical Progress are sounding the alarm.
The release of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s emails has proven to be a gold mine for those willing to actually report on them. While the White House press corps asked zero questions today of Jen Psaki on the matter because they are left-wing hacks, right-leaning outlets that have consistently been ahead of the curve are busy mining the documents, and what’s been discovered so far is nothing short of shocking.
We’ve written about Critical Race Theory before and we’ve shown some great videos. You can see one here and here’s a link to a good podcast from my colleague Kira Davis. But this may be one of the best videos against Critical Race Theory that you’re going to see because of its simple clarity. It’s definitely, hands down, the cutest.
Today we honor and give thanks for all Americans who died while serving and protecting Americans, wherever far away and however brutal that task became. We celebrate the lives and sacrifice of our fallen.
I hope that we Americans are indeed offering up our prayers for those who have served and their families. I hope we remember to thank God today that we have such patriots who gave up their lives because they believed that America is our home, our land, the heart of who and what we are as not only a nation among others, but a key part of our very identity.
I like to post this video each year. It’s a fitting tribute to what we have to celebrate and observe today.
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them.May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.