No other nation today poses a greater danger to American national security than China, a state engaged in an unprecedented campaign of information warfare using both massive cyberattacks and influence operations aimed at diminishing what Beijing regards as its most important strategic enemy – the United States of America.
Congressional hearings without honest testimony from those military officers called to testify are useless. In Obama’s politicized Pentagon, and the environment of political correctness and gender politics in which it operates, it will take men and women of real courage, who are prepared to tell the truth about the danger of admitting into our military individuals with gender identity disorder, and, like the Admirals who revolted in 1948 and 1949, put their careers on the line.
Rather than start with the premise that Americans need less freedom to be safe, if President Obama and Senator Diane Feinstein really plan on “investigating thoroughly” what happened at the Navy Yard, they should start by admitting that while the government is looking at everything and everyone it is apparently seeing nothing.
In a shockingly short period of time, we've learned of four massive failures in our government's ability to screen out troubled individuals before they are given access to national security areas: Intelligence, the Department of Homeland Security, and the military.