“Throughout American history, LGBTQ+ citizens have fought to defend our rights and our freedoms, from the founding of our nation to the civil war, from the trenches of two world wars, to Korea and Vietnam, and from Afghanistan to Iraq,” Austin said, celebrating the enduring American values of sodomy and endless war.
“They fought for our country even when our country wouldn’t fight for them. And even as some were forced to hide who they were or to hang up their uniforms,” he continued.
“And today we reaffirm that transgender rights are human rights, and America is safer and better when every qualified citizen can serve with pride and with dignity. Now that’s real progress,” Austin added.
The full clip can be seen here:
“Nobody should have to hide who they love to serve the country that they love," Defense Sec. Lloyd Austin said Wednesday during the Pentagon’s 10th annual Pride Month celebration. Austin noted the military's progress in recognizing LGBTQ rights but said there is more to be done. pic.twitter.com/VnjWqNHsXE— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 9, 2021
The Biden regime has made diversity and inclusion the top priority for the Armed Forces. As a result, the entire institution of the military is being cheapened and quickly becoming a national joke.
Big League Politics has reported on how the military was forced to weaken their combat training tests to accommodate women who couldn’t stack up, and then they still failed in overwhelming numbers: