A top military official has been reassigned for making anti-Trump social media posts.
The ironic thing here is that the individual that was reassigned held the title of Diversity and Inclusion Chief.
Richard Torres-Estrada is now awaiting the results of an investigation to explore posts he made prior to being hired by the military.
Not So Inclusive
If we are to believe social media posts made by Torres-Estrada, he is only inclusive if you happen to hold the same beliefs as he does.
Among other negative Trump posts that he made, one included a side-by-side of Hitler and Trump…
Looks like the new diversity officer loves celebrating diversity with those who agree with him.
Here is what he thinks of the rest of us-
— Joe Kent for WA-3 (@joekent16jan19) March 26, 2021
Ironically, Torres-Estrada was hired by our new Secretary of Defense to root out racism and hate among military members.
Apparently, the new woke Sec. of Defense did not realize that he had actually hired someone that is filled to his eyebrows in hate.
Even when he was hired, there were more than a few detractors based on Torres-Estrada’s previous experience.
His background was apparently working in public transportation, so that tells you just about all you need to know about his job skills…
#SOF is a meritocracy. Anything short undermines their effectiveness. To add insult to injury the Woke DOD is filling this needless role with this🤡who's most relevant experience is with a perpetually unreliable public transit system. #SupportOurTroops #TX06 #QuietProfessionals https://t.co/F96qrEvRHa
— Mike Egan (@EganForCongress) March 27, 2021
SOCOM spokesman Kenneth McGraw stated, “Mr. Torres-Estrada has been assigned other duties at USSOCOM pending the results of the investigation.”
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby stated that Defense Secretary Austin is aware of the investigation and will be kept apprised of its findings.
He added, The Secretary has spoken to that many times. And we certainly want that work to be transparent, to be critical, to be effective and of course, professional.”
If this is an example of how our new Secretary of Defense vets his hires, we have some pretty dark days ahead of us.