US Military Ignores Faith, Celebrates Pride in Homosexual Behavior
Last month, despite the lack of any pronouncement from their Commander-in-Chief, a few US military facilities continued the Obama-era tradition of celebrating the sexual behaviors of a few of their service members.
At Yokosuka, the US Navy held a socially-distanced Pride cake cutting, attended by about 10 people, including the facility’s commander, Navy Capt Rich Garrett.
Naval Warfare Center Dahlgren celebrated Yeoman 2nd Class Joshua Kelley in an in-depth personal profile, noting he
volunteers…in the Hampton Roads LGBTQ+ community by performing as the drag queen, Harpy Daniels.
March Air Reserve Base noted the “evangelistic” message of Marvin Tucker, who said to change people’s minds about homosexuality they needed the freedom not to have to hide:
You have to get out, be yourself, and help people think differently.
At Luke Air Force Base, two homosexual F-35 instructor pilots asked to perform a “Pride Month flyby”, which was apparently capped off with a group photo of the “gay pride” flag, a unit commander, and international officers.
Now, what do you think would have happened if a group of officers had asked for a “religious freedom flyby” and asked a commander to join them holding a Christian chapel flag in front of F-35s? After all, there is a “Religious Freedom Day”, which has been proclaimed by President Trump.
A commander stands near a chapel flag, and research assistant Chris Rodda has a conniption that some unnamed military regulation has been violated. Wailing and gnashing of teeth ensues when a commander has a chaplain pray at an event, as so-called civil liberties groups complain he is forcing religion on his troops.
Yet, a commander appropriates two F-35s to celebrate preferred sexual behavior and endorses the divisive “pride” in a photo op – and no one bats an eye.
Is there any doubt that a faux right to “sexual liberty” is more valued than the human right of religious freedom?