Biden Cripples U.S. Military, Bans Land Mines

Gender pronouns, in.

The Navy is training its members to create a "safe space" by using proper gender pronouns in a new instructional video modeled after a children's show.

"Hi! My name is Jony, and I use he/him pronouns," Naval Undersea Warfare Center engineer Jony Rozon, who sports a rainbow-colored t-shirt, states in the video's opening.

Land mines, out.

The Biden administration on Tuesday moved to limit the U.S. military’s use of landmines, reversing a Trump-era policy that loosened restrictions on anti-personnel landmines.

Under the new policy, the Biden administration said the U.S. will not develop, produce, acquire, export or transfer anti-personnel landmines and will not use them with the exception of along South Korea’s border with North Korea.  

That's not a limit, that's a near-total ban.

What will the consequences of this move be down the road? Even after Biden leaves office, the policies will continue to have an impact and even if they're reversed, the United States will be behind in yet another area militarily.

“The world has once again witnessed the devastating impact that anti-personnel landmines can have in the context of Russia’s brutal and unprovoked war in Ukraine, where Russian forces’ use of these and other munitions have caused extensive harm to civilians and civilian objects,” White House National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson said in a statement.

So we should unilaterally disarm ourselves. Makes sense. If you want America's enemies to win. And the Biden administration wants exactly that.

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