We’ve continually warned Twitchy readers not to take their eye off the ball even if legislation is passed banning critical race theory. There’s the much more deeply entrenched problem of DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) officers and departments to deal with, and you’ll find these DEI officers in business, academia, and even the U.S. military.
The New York Post by way of Fox News points out that the Department of Defense’s equity chief has a history of anti-white Twitter posts — if you even believe that a person of color who’s in no position of power can even tweet something “anti-white.”
— New York Post (@nypost) September 14, 2022
Patrick Reilly reports:
The tweets by Kelisa Wing, an Army veteran and the current DEI chief at the DoD’s Education Activity, were first reported by Fox News. When the outlet contacted her for comment, her Twitter account was made private and she declined to respond.
“I’m exhausted with these white folx in these [professional development] sessions,” Wing, who oversees curriculum at DoDEA, tweeted in June 2020, according to Fox.
“[T]his lady actually had the CAUdacity to say that black people can be racist too … I had to stop the session and give Karen the BUSINESS … [W]e are not the majority, we don’t have power,” the diversity chief continued.
“Caudacity” is a portmanteau referencing audacity expressed by white people.
We’d figured that much. Wing really has had enough of Karens, though. She’s called former President Donald Trump the “whole boy version of a Karen” and his former secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, “the queen of Karens.” She’s also co-authored a children’s book, “What Is White Privilege?” as part of the Racial Justice in America series. She co-authored another book called “What Does It Mean to Defund the Police?” as part of the children’s series.
Anybody know what her salary is (that I help pay as she’s demeaning and marginalizing me?)
— linda elaine (@lindaelaine3) September 14, 2022
I mean, that's a prerequisite, right?
— Ultra MAGA Hispanic-American🇺🇸 (@1st_genAmerican) September 14, 2022
I look forward to her keeping her job, doubling down with more anti-white tweets and not facing any consequences.🙄
— That Guy (@Baron_Scicluna) September 14, 2022
Of course she does – that's why they hired her
— Laura Marklin (@LauraMarklin) September 14, 2022
So she’s a racist.
— FunkyPox (@corrcomm) September 14, 2022
That's what got her the job. Duh.
— Ken Richard (@UM5Ken) September 14, 2022
Should be fired right away. Funny how everyone else loses their job for far less tweets and posts.
— Indigo League (@2BA_Master_) September 14, 2022
Isn't that one of the main requirements to becoming an "equity chief"?
— Unaltered Resolution (@UnalteredRes) September 14, 2022
There's an actual position called DOD "Equity" Chief?
We're so lost.
— James Cole (@somesunpossible) September 14, 2022
That’s all “equity” and “diversity” has ever meant
— CTakács 🇺🇸🇭🇺 (@Takcs2C) September 14, 2022
The concept of "equity" has its roots in affirmative action which vows to evenly distribute job roles and functions without regard to competence, qualification, and past performance.
— Joe Blackman (@JosephBlackma1) September 14, 2022
I for one am shocked
— TommysToupee (@LukeHub2) September 14, 2022
Filing the military and admin with openly racist minorities will truly not have any horrible consequences down the line.
— Bane (@breakingbaht) September 14, 2022
These so called “DEI” positions, now in virtually every institution/company, arguably are inviting more racism in the workplace that otherwise would have never existed
— Christopher Morgan (@hopeforthriving) September 14, 2022
We told you. Look on your school district’s website and see if they list a DEI officer on staff (or more than one).
US Army introduces its chief diversity officer whose aim is to make the force ‘as diverse as the nation it defends’ https://t.co/maawN4lur4
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 16, 2021
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