Writing at PJ Media, Adams noted that the U.S. Navy, for instance, as part of the military-wide 60-day "Extremism Stand Down" ordered by Biden shortly after he took office -- in a bid to make maximum political use of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot -- is presenting "misstatements of the law and warped characterizations of fellow citizens who believe in constitutional principles" as fact.
"Throughout the services, service members have been shocked at the Biden blitz to root out ideas and people who stand in the way of the administration's transformative agenda," wrote Adams, who said he has obtained copies of all the materials now being pushed by the leftists in charge of Biden's Pentagon.
One individual involved in taking the training told Adams what's really going on is that Biden's Marxist handlers are trying to destroy the last bastion of pro-American conservatism -- the U.S. military -- after the left has already taken over pop culture, entertainment, science, academia, police (leadership anyway) and primary education.
"The military is one of the last institutions left that hasn't been radicalized by the progressives. That's why it is being targeted now," the individual told Adams.
The former DoJ lawyer said his review of the materials "makes it clear the armed forces are to be integrated into the Biden administration's racialist agenda."
In its presentation, the Navy says, according to Adams, that if "extremist behavior" is not eliminated, "then racism, injustice, indignity and disrespect will grow and keep us from reaching our potential."
And of course, the materials "do not cite a single instance of racism, injustice, indignity, or disrespect."
Adams noted that the highly "scripted training" guides officers on precisely what to say to the enlisted ranks.
"The 'Dos and Don'ts of Facilitation' ensure that dissent will not be welcomed," he noted. "'Do be alert to statements about Prohibited Behavior (Extremism in the Ranks) which [sic] rely on inaccurate or misleading assumptions, misperception or myth. ... Do Not allow only a few participants to dominate the conversation.'"
Adams then noted that the materials dictate that no one be allowed to "stray off topics."
"What might that myth or prohibited behavior be? The Pentagon provides helpful talking points for officers forced to do the training. 'Anti-government extremists' are the focus, as proven by 'recent events,'" he wrote.
"In other words, Trump supporters. Political foes of the administration."
The curriculum instructs that military members have a "duty to reject" those kinds of ideas. And if that doesn't happen, "'the full range of administrative and disciplinary actions' await, including being discharged," Adams wrote, citing the materials.
He's not the only one to point out the preposterous claim that the Biden administration came in just a few months ago and 'suddenly discovered' a seething 'extremist' problem among the ranks.
In a virtual hearing of the House Armed Services Committee in recent days, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), whose panhandle district contains the highest concentration of active-duty military members in the country, blasted Democrats for insinuating the military is full of white supremacists and right-wing extremists.
"Respectfully, it is on their behalf that I would categorize this hearing as total nonsense," he told panel members.
“Today, the Chinese Communist Party is building aircraft carriers and jets that every member of this committee knows threaten to close or eliminate the capability gap. North Korea is perfecting the ability to strike the United States with nuclear weapons. Cartels are hunting the next trafficking routes,” he said.
“Today, the House Armed Services Committee is engaged in a review of constitutionally protected expression by our troops,” Gaetz railed. “How utterly weak of us. No wonder the Chinese Communist Party continues to gain ground.”
“Increasingly, ‘extremism’ is a euphemism that Democrats are using when talking about conservatives, Republicans — and the group they hate most — Trump supporters,” he added.
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