Crenshaw, “Enough is enough.”

| May 29, 2021


Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Tx)

Dan Crenshaw, who served five tours overseas and losing an eye to an IED blast in Afghanistan, noted that the new “woke” recruitment videos released by the Army had generated so much criticism that comments on the videos on YouTube were shut down. “I hope the message to military leadership is clear: We aren’t going to stand by as our military becomes another institution crippled by woke political correctness. No more critical race theory, no more identity politics, no more political witch hunts. We’ve had enough.”

He’s done more than merely hope.

Dan Crenshaw Launches Whistleblower Page to Receive Complaints on Military Wokeness

Kristina Wong

Navy SEAL veteran Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) on Friday announced he had launched a page for whistleblowers to go and report complaints on wokeness spreading in the United States military.

He tweeted:

Enough is enough. We won’t let our military fall to woke ideology. We have just launched a whistleblower webpage where you can submit your story. Your complaint will be legally protected, and go to my office and @SenTomCotton.

He added:

With written permission we will anonymously publish egregious complaints on social media and tell the country what’s happening in our military. For too long, progressive Pentagon staffers have been calling the shots for our warfighters, and spineless military commanders have let it happen. Now we are going to expose you.

A good start, but real change won’t occur without the current crop of perfumed princes being replaced.

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  1. Mike B USAF Retired says:

    No disrespect intended but is anything really secure or anonymous anymore?

    Like with everything today, I wonder how long it would be, before some deplorable hacks into the database and releases names etc.

    • KoB says:

      Spot on Mike B, nailed it. There is NOTHING really secure or anonymous anymore. Big Brother is alive and well. We are all living on an Animal Farm in the year 1984. The upcoming Betty Crocker Cookbook will include “101 Tasty ways to Prepare Soylent Green”.

      And in answer to your 2nd paragraph? Not long at all.

      The destruction of America is well under way.

      • Mike B USAF Retired says:

        When my Son was on I & I duty with a Reserve unit, the Climate Survey came down, and my son was honest in his answers.

        Well someone up the chain passed on to said Commander, that an White Active Duty Marine Sgt assigned to the unit “Blasted” him on it.

        Well there was only one White AD Sgt assigned to the unit. Needless to say the Commander made my Son’s life hard…..

        So much for the surveys be anonymous……

        • Anonymous says:

          Loved the postcard reminders to do my “totally anonymous” survey when I was late completing it.

  2. A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

    That PC shit has been festering since the Clinton Curse began in the early nineties which quickly had me wanting my ETS like a junkie craving a fix!

    • Sgt K says:

      I remember it being brought up back in the late 80’s and how it would be incremental, sneaky, and it would be too late to do anything about it before we realized it. They’ve been right on two of the three so far.–

      And, if you’ve used the internet in the last 20 years, someone, somewhere has all your information. It was all but handed over to the chinese et. al. by the Obama admin.

      • Mike B USAF Retired says:

        Yeah, I remember in the mid 90s when the Air Force started getting real bad with it. Plus at the same time at Tyndall AFB we had our first female F-15 student coming through and she was assigned to our Sqaudron.

        We had to go through this class, which I got kicked out of twice, before I went with my Commander and he made me sit on my hands, in the corner, and told me not to speak. So I would get credit for it.

        They had list of “Disparaging Terms”. One of the bad words was “Lady”. I asked why? Was given the answer it refers to Lady of the Night, Hooker, Prostitute etc, therefore it’s a derogatory word.

        I replied with. The word “Gentlemen” was missing. They told me it wasn’t a bad word. I said yes it was. I was asked to explain myself. Well I said the term “Ladies and Gentlemen” is used together. If Lady is a Prostitute then Gentleman is a person who propositions the services of a Prostitute.

        At that point I was asked to leave, because I was being disruptive and argumentative. Can’t recall the second incident, that they kicked me out for. But my Commander made sure I made it through the course the 3rd time. There was one time on the 3rd try that the instructor said something, and my Commander glanced at me, saw the look on my face, and told me shut up before I could even open my mouth.

        In all honesty, he was a great guy, great officer, and a great Commander.

        • Poetrooper says:

          Bravo Zulu, Mike, you’re truly a man after ol’ Poe’s heart…

          • Mike B USAF Retired says:

            Wow, getting a BZ from Poetrooper, is like being Blessed by the Pope…..

            I’m honored, beyond words!

  3. Prior Service says:

    FYI any communication with a member of congress constitutes a Protected Communication (PC). Anybody in the military or civilian chain of command who takes action against a Soldier for making a PC should be investigated for whistleblower reprisal according to US Code. The elements of proof are: was there a PC, was there a negative personnel action (or withholding a positive personnel action), was there knowledge of the PC, and would that personnel action have occurred without the PC? If the answers are yes, yes, yes, and no, there was reprisal.