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‘Woke’ Military Leader’s Mockery of Tucker Carlson Goes Viral, He Posts Desperate Follow-Up




It is unprecedented territory for the Pentagon to follow a private citizen and opinion journalist for being critical of the current administration. However, that’s just what happened when Fox News ’Tucker Carlson made comments critical of the Wakeess campaign that President Joe Biden woke up to.

In Tuesday’s edition of his show, Carlson criticized the president after comments during a media introduction on Monday in which he talked about changing military culture in ways such as “designing body armor that fits women well, customized battle uniforms for women, creates maternity flight suits, updates requirements for their hairstyles. ”

Meanwhile, he noted that China, America’s toughest opponent, is going the opposite way.

“China’s military has become more masculine because it brings together the largest navy in the world, our military has to be, as Joe Biden said, more feminine,” Carlson said.

He added that “identity politics is Joe Biden’s priority. All of this is important ”and noted that“ the US military has to fight and win wars. That is its only purpose. The US military is not an NGO [nongovernmental organization]. It is not a vehicle to achieve equity. This is not a social experiment. It is certainly not an employment agency. “

This led to a lot of pushback, including one official News release where the Department of Defense boasted that a “Press Secretary Smites Fox Host That Dissed Diversity in the U.S. Military.” Great use of time there.

But perhaps no one person has been more embodied in the Pentagon’s bizarre reaction than Master Gunnery Sgt. Scott Stalker.

Stalker, the senior appointed commander of the U.S. Space Command, took to his official Twitter account in uniform to excoriate Carlson.

Stalker said that “the Fox News host’s opinion, to which he is entitled, is based on zero days of service in the armed forces.”

So, thank heaven he was willing to give Carlson a right to his opinion. However, it seems, to have any opinion about Biden’s initiative wokeness in armed force, you have to deliver. (Carlson wants later mock this line of criticism, which is not specific to Stalker, by asking, “Can only cops talk about police brutality? If you haven’t been elected to office, can you criticize Congress?”)

Stalker called it “drama TV” – who was also an ironic illustrator, who gave him participation in the drama video on social media, and in his uniform.

“The consequence is we value women in our armed forces, we value those who have served in the past and we value those who have served today. We value our families in the military,” she said.

“Let’s remember that those opinions were made by an individual who has never served a day in his or her life.”

It quickly got a lot of pushback:

On Friday, Stalker released a follow-up in which he seemed a bit desperate to quell the controversy.

After saying that “the last 24 hours have been intense for me,” he said he would not “engage in a personal attack with Mr. Carlson or anyone,” despite making specific follow- up video because he did that in the first place.

“I’m making a non -political statement about my service members and teammates in the United States armed forces,” Stalker continued. “I’m not making political comments, and I’m certainly not attacking our media. I think they have a right, and this country needs to have a fair and free press.”

However, he said his comments “were based on 28 years of service” and Carlson “did not have any service.”

But don’t get the idea wrong! “It doesn’t mean his points aren’t valid, and I think everyone is entitled to their opinion,” Stalker said.

Almost everything he says here is either contradictory (at one time) or shown to be untrue (at another).

As for the contrary: Carlson’s points may still be valid but Stalker has served in the military for 28 years. (You know, you’re just saying.)

And then there are the lies.

He joined a personal attack on Carlson specifically because he clarified that Carlson’s opinion is a “TV drama” that includes “opinions … made by an individual who has not yet delivered a day in his life.”

He made a political statement on the grounds that he was engaging himself in a debate about the wisdom of using the military as a laboratory of identity politics.

About not attacking our media? That’s about his first video. Simply saying that you are not doing something at the same time as you are doing it does not condone the behavior.

There’s a point of truth in the video, however: I have no doubt that 24 hours is really intense for him, at least on social media.

Things didn’t get any better after his second video, even though he wasn’t in uniform.

Here’s the problem: If he’s in the 0600 commander’s office in his blues dresses, preparing to read the law of chaos, probably for an apology, not for saying it at first.

Welcome to our newly awakened military.

This article originally appeared on The Western Journal.


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