US Lieutenant Commander exposed for pushing divisive critical race theory

Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Rhodes at Fort Carson reportedly said “if you’re a white male you are part of the problem.”

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

In an exclusive for Human Events, Jack Posobiec has uncovered that Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Rhodes is one of the arbiters of critical race theory and anti-white rhetoric in the US armed forces.

Back in March we reported on military training documents pushing progressive ideology.

Something that was enacted at the beginning of the Biden administration is a politically correct agenda that forces the American military to adopt identity politics as their priority. Something now beyond the LGBT focus of yesteryear and promotion of the Black Lives Matter agenda.

Speaking out against this ideological agenda is what got a Space Force commander relieved of duty.

Currently it’s hard for military members to rebuke how this CRT effort shapes up in comparison to the likes of Russia in recruitment commercials, and disregarding how the military’s own fitness tests are still having female recruits overwhelmingly fail despite changes made to cater toward them.

Posobiec discovered that Lieutenant Rhodes is a “fervent anti-racist & anti-sexist” who lists his pronouns in his Twitter bio.

What Human Events uncovered is that the 2010s University mindset of far-left dogma has now been made standard for the US military.

The chatter uncovered shows military members actively discussing how their leadership (in this case Commander Rhodes) is racist towards white people.

Via terminalcwo on Instagram (1):

“I know the BC today said ‘if you’re a white male you are part of the problem’. Understand that what he meant is that if you aren’t working to solve the problem of SHARP or EO, you are part of the problem. Complacency is the issue. That’s why he immediately follow[ed] the comment with the example of making a correction even in private.”

“I mean that’s racist but we’ll just ignore that I guess,” the person adds.

Via terminalcwo on Instagram (2):

Human Events mentions how Rhodes is actively being ridiculed on social media about his partisan demagoguery.  “Looks like Fort Carson got themselves a real gem of an unbiased commander. I hope you’re not white or ever accused of anything while you’re in his command. You’re already guilty and you didn’t even know it!”

When Sergeant Major of the Army, Michael A. Grinston was approached for comment, he promised to look into it.

An active duty Army officer unnamed told the outlet the following:

“If it’s true he said that ‘if you’re a white male you’re part of the problem’ then he’s creating division within his formation, and it’s the exact opposite of what the Army has been trying to do with inclusion efforts. Inclusion is for everyone, and is not discriminatory with regard to race, gender, sexual preference, or any other characteristic. It appears he has lost trust from many of his subordinates on day 1.”

Two sources have revealed an investigation is ongoing.

Via terminalcwo on Instagram (3):

Human Events ran an update on Wednesday evening that read: "Fort Carson has contacted Human Events and indicated they are looking into the story and intend to share a response."

In related news, the Department of Defense said that they'd not be flying the Pride flag despite the Biden administration's strong encouraging on the matter.


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