Stunning and brave.
In the past, obviously unstable people were kept away from sensitive positions because they were obvious security risks. Now they’re the heroic vanguard of identity politics.
And they’re still massive security risks. Just ask this great power couple.
The US Army’s first trans officer and her wife, a doctor at Johns Hopkins, have been indicted for attempting to pass medical records of senior military officers and their families to the Russian government.
Major Jamie Lee Henry and Dr. Anna Gabrielian were accused of using their secret security clearance at North Carolina’s Fort Bragg to steal the records from the base’s hospital, the Baltimore Banner reported.
Fort Bragg is among one of the most populated military installations in the world, housing about 52,000 active duty soldiers. The base is home to the US Army’s Delta Force, Forces Command, and Special Operations Forces.
Gabelian was married to Henry who made headlines for becoming the first transgender active duty army officer.
The 32-year-old Henry joined ROTC almost 15 years ago — at age 17. He has been “treating wounded, ill, and injured” service members for 10 years, ever since he did her first rotation in the psych ward at Walter Reed.
Three years ago, however, his life was in upheaval. It was a very difficult time — he even became homeless briefly — as he came out as transgender to the people in his life
Henry was obviously mentally unstable. Instead of treating his psychological problems, no doubt worsened by his job, his mental problems were enabled. After his divorce, who would marry him? Unsurprisingly, a foreign agent.
According to the indictment, which was unsealed on Thursday, Gabrielian said she was motivated by her patriotism to Russia, with Henry using her clearance as a staff internist to help secure the files.
‘My point of view is until the United States actually declares war against Russia, I’m able to help as much as I want,’ Henry allegedly told the undercover agent when they met to set up the deal in August. ‘At that point, I’ll have some ethical issues I’ll have to work through.’
You’ll work through those ethical issues,’ Gabrielian allegedly replied, adding that Henry was a ‘coward’ over fears of breaking HIPPA.
It’s an old story with a slightly new crossdressing twist. But considering M. Butterfly, even that’s not so new. Identity politics undermines national security. While the military brass claims that DEI enhances warfighting potential, it consistently undermines it instead.
And foreign enemies are more than happy to exploit our insanity.