Biden may be warbling about Ukraine being “carved up,” as he did during his recent address at the UN General Assembly, but he might want to take a closer look at the home front.
After all, it’s bad enough that the White House has been rapidly depleting huge swathes of military arsenal in the never-ending Ukraine War, which still shows no sign of ending, but it’s really bad when the Biden regime is directly alienating untold numbers of army recruits with its ultra-woke agenda.
That’s right: According to recent media reports, the military is suffering from a massive recruitment crisis for multiple reasons.
“The all-volunteer military has reached crisis levels of low recruitment, while at the same time the American public’s perception of the Armed Forces is increasingly divided. A recent Gallup poll found confidence in the U.S. military is at its lowest level in over two decades, only 60 percent of people told Gallup they had confidence in the U.S. military.
At the same time, some military branches are falling short of their yearly recruiting goals by the 1000s. The army is set to fall 15,000 recruits short this year,” PBS reported.
Quite a few reasons underlie these troubling numbers.
For starters, the widespread shutdowns of college campuses in 2020 and 2021 meant that military recruiters did not go to university campuses as they once did and interact face-to-face with many potential candidates.
Secondly, a huge percentage of children in military families are being told by their parents to not join the military.
Now, why would that be?
Well, approximately 80 percent of military families originate from the South, a more conservative region that is hardly a fan of all the woke nonsense being pushed in the. military now.
After all, why should recruits be subjected to the wonders of transgender “chest feeding” and the obsession with alleged “diversity” when neither Russian nor Chinese militaries ever waste time with such matters?
In fact, one almost wonders if making the military as woke as possible was one of the many reasons why China invested in “the Big Guy.”
As doing so would turn away all the right people and encourage all the wrong people to join.
And, as it turns out, most of the wrong people have no interest in service, or really any formal work for that matter, which is precisely why multiple military branches have missed key recruiting goals.
Which is why the Navy, Army, and Air Force are all set to miss their recruiting goals for 2023.
Tellingly, the military has generally met all its recruitment goals since 1973, so the most recent statistics for 2023 reveal another major blow associated with the Biden regime.
The Army also missed its recruiting goals by more than 25 percent in 2022, the same year that Biden hinted at impending Armageddon with regards to Russia.
Really quite unbelievable that the media has focused so little on such a serious, growing issue in national security.
What they have focused on, however, is affirmative action and student debt. Otherwise known as issues related to creating legions of brainwashed Dems.
Truly, if student debt is such a massive issue, an issue that Biden himself has ranted and raved about per his varied puppet masters’ instructions, why is the White House not even mentioning the GI bill, which would not only help solve the military recruitment crisis, but also the ongoing student debt crisis?
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans may receive a broad array of financial assistance, namely awards, that leave graduates with significantly reduced debt, if not entirely debt-free.
“GI Bill benefits help you pay for college, graduate school, and training programs. Since 1944, the GI Bill has helped qualifying Veterans and their family members get money to cover all or some of the costs for school or training. Learn more about GI Bill benefits on this page—and how to apply for them,” the agency notes.
Alas, Biden would rather rob taxpayers to pay off spongers than encourage a real solution to the student debt crisis, which in turn would improve military recruitment efforts.
That would be far too “pro-America” for the present occupants of the White House, otherwise known as the most anti-American regime in history.
Author: Jane Jones