Ronny Jackson defends Tucker “The U.S. Military does NOT exist to serve as a social experiment for the far left”

Sunday, Rep. Ronny Jackson defended Tucker Carlson over his comments expressing his concern Biden’s Military may be spending too much effort on “wokeness” instead of real threats.

Jackson tweeted “@TuckerCarlson is right! The U.S. Military does NOT exist to serve as a social experiment for the far left. It exists to DEFEND US from our enemies, not to be used as a political weapon for enemies of the Biden Administration.”

“Tucker has a right to his opinion without Active Duty Military leaders attacking him from official DoD accounts. Unprofessional!” He continued.

Jessie Jane Duff replied:

Thank you, Sir

Tucker presented compelling arguments on USG priorities, policy & national security based upon the CIC’s own comments.

In other words, he did his job.

When military leaders criticize a civilian

Thursday, Carlson questioned if Biden’s Military was more concerned with being “woke” than winning wars.

“The Department of Defense has never been more aggressively or openly political,” Tucker said. “There are, at present, 2,500 American troops stationed in Afghanistan. They remain there to prevent the fall of Kabul to extremists. Simultaneously, there are 5,000 troops in our own Capitol, also as protection against “extremists,” meaning people who voted for the losing candidate in the last election. Judging by those numbers, the Pentagon is twice as focused on controlling our own citizens as it is on controlling the Taliban.”

“Meanwhile, as Lloyd Austin hyperventilates about White supremacy, there are real threats out there, and the biggest ones continue to be ignored. Those threats aren’t in Syria or suburban Virginia, and they’re not domestic extremism, at least not right now,” he added.