S&CI published, “I Warned of What Is Going on in the Armed Forces,” on June 30. Additional stories continue emerging on the serious problems that have resulted from legalizing same-sex sexual behavior within the armed forces.
The problems have become so bad that U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp even penned an editorial on it, noting repercussions that U.S. servicemen have faced for not bowing down to the same-sex agenda. Rep. Huelskamp also noted the general hostility and attacks on Christianity within the armed forces under the Obama regime—something perfectly exemplified by anti-Christian jihadist Mikey Weinstein who has said of Christians, “They’re no better than the Taliban.”
It is unlikely that our representatives will do anything about this clear and present danger. It is fashionable for our elected leaders (past and present) to cheer lawbreakers. At the same time, it is just as fashionable to ignore people who obey the law and try to bring attention to a serious problem legally and ethically, which is why the warning I issued to the House Armed Services Committee continues being ignored.
Elected officials may give some attention to the problems caused by same-sex sexual behavior and First Amendment violations within the armed forces, but they ultimately will not do anything serious that will correct the problems unless public pressure on them drastically increases.