Happy Hour News Briefs
Barbwire, the blog-like thingie of Matt Barber, the man who only thinks about hot, sweaty man-on-man sex with thighs like pistons that can pump all night, has an interesting article up in which the author makes the unusual claim that diversity and inclusion is bad for the country:
A new book, Diversity and Inclusion: What You Don’t Know and Why You Don’t Know It,explains how the forces of “diversity and inclusion” are used to marginalize and destroy the influence of conservative Christians in U.S. society, along with the traditional values they uphold.
Oh boy, we’re going to get a book report!
What’s more, author George W. Draper told Accuracy in Media in an interview, “The harsh reality is that literally none of President Trump’s objectives can be accomplished on an enduring basis until the policy of diversity and inclusion (DI) is rescinded as an unlawful attempt to usurp the ‘rule of law’ and the Constitution.”
Unlawful? Please cite the laws that diversity and inclusion break. We’ll wait here.
As an example, he said, “To stop terrorist immigration is certainly a necessary goal. However, this and all other threats pale in comparison to the lethality of diversity and inclusion.”
Can you give me an example of the lethal bit? Who’s been killed? Where’s the autopsy?
It is this policy that is truly “the enemy from within,” and which threatens not only unlimited immigration but “Third-World style” bondage for the United States, he says.
Third-World style bondage? Hubba-hubba, finally I get to use some of those knots from my Merit Badge! Yay!
Furthermore, he argues, “Diversity and Inclusion serve as the basis and platform from which all other vicious political agendas and anti-American actions are expertly and expeditiously carried out against this nation.”
…When Obama Defense Secretary Ash Carter opened up the military to transgendered, or sexually confused, people, he did so without congressional approval, in violation of the Constitution. Obama’s Army Secretary, Eric Fanning, was the first open homosexual to lead the Army, and he helped implement this new policy.
I don’t recall that the part of the Constitution that covers trans people.
…Draper knows a lot about the subject, as the manager of a major defense contractor who lost his job when he protested the politically correct policies in the work force.
So, the bigot broke an HR Directive and was shown the door, and this makes Draper an expert? In other words, his objection to Diversity and Inclusion is bad for the country because he got fired for being a bigot? Is that it?
What’s that? There’s more!
“It’s a case of quotas over qualifications,” Draper said. LGBT employees in particular “are a security risk, not only due to possible mental confusion and instability and incompatible allegiance, but also as a result of these employees being targets for blackmail,” he maintains.
People are subject to blackmail when they are hiding something that could wreck their lives, families, or careers. Shoving gay people back in the closet is what leads to blackmail, you nitwit. So this is your argument against diversity: it’s harder to blackmail people who get to be open about who they are?
Rhetoric? How does it work?