It’s not surprising that the media haven’t asked Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders what their thoughts are on the Army announcing that it wants to be more feminine or the CIA releasing a “Diversity and Inclusion Strategy” that announces it wants more so-called transgender people and a lot less white men. The public is already aware that both these candidates back such decisions because their base does too.
But some of the Republican base opposes the decisions. So why hasn’t anyone asked the candidates—particularly the lead candidates—about them. Here are three simple questions that people should ask the GOP candidates.
1. Do you support or oppose the Army becoming more feminine and the CIA becoming less white, less male, and more “transgender?”
2. Will you, as president, order the Army to stop becoming more feminine and will you order the CIA to stop becoming less white, less male, and more “transgender?”
3. Will you, as president, order the Army to reverse its effort to be more feminine? Will you order the CIA to reverse its effort to become less white, less male, and more “transgender?”
These are commonsense questions that GOP candidates should be made to answer.
If no one will ask them—if the questions are considered “too embarrassing” or “too extreme” to even ask much less answer—all the while society is okay with the Army feminizing and the CIA becoming more “transgender” and less white male, then that silence will answer a lot about where the United States of America is today culturally and morally.