Joe Biden signed a flurry of executive orders and memorandums to impose his radical agenda on America.
But one order has all hell breaking loose.
And that’s because Joe Biden signed one order about the military that is bad news for every American.
Democrats seized on the January 6 riot at the Capitol to declare a domestic war on terror.
This effort extended to the U.S. military as the armed forces were given a stand-down order to confront “extremism” within its ranks.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin explained the horrifying details of what this fight against extremism contained.
The Biden administration ordered soldiers to snitch on one another and report anyone with “extreme”—extreme is never defined—views.
Austin began pitching this new initiative by appealing to the sense of patriotism, duty and honor those that serve value so greatly.
“There’s not a single doubt in my mind that you take seriously your oath to the Constitution. And that you serve this country with honor and dignity, and character. And that you believe in and uphold our core values each and everyday,” Austin began.
But then Austin dove into the meat of the Biden administration’s sales pitch.
Austin claimed that he needed every member of the military’s help in combating extremism.
“But the truth of the matter is, we need your help. I’m talking of course about extremism and extremist ideology. Views and conduct that run counter to everything that we believe in. And which can actually tear at the fabric of who we are as an institution,” Austin added.
Austin then got down to brass tacks where he asked members of the armed forces to spy on one another and report anyone holding extreme views.
“I also want you to share with your leadership your own personal experiences with encountering extremists and extremist ideology in the military, should you have any. And I want your leadership to listen to those stories and I want them to listen to any ideas that you might have to help us stamp out of the ranks the dangerous conduct that this ideology inspires,” Austin added.
Nowhere did Austin define extremism.
This concerned millions of Americans.
By not defining extremism, Austin is allowing for an ever-expanding definition of extremism that is defined by “I’ll know it when I see it.”
Critics worry that this is an open invitation for the enforcers in the Biden administration to use this new fight against extremism to weed Trump supporters out of the military.
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