Two members of the US House of Representatives wrote to the head of the National Security Agency on Tuesday, with questions about a recently leaked diversity document containing… “Critical Race Theory” Terms like “white privilege” And “Social Justice.”
Mike Waltz of Florida and Jim Banks of Indiana, both Republican members of Congress, want NSA Director General Paul Nakasone to explain who authored the document, how it was published, and whether the agency actually believes its contents, which could run counter to US policy. . And the values.
“This document raises questions about NSA’s hiring and contracting processes that deserve answers.” Waltz and Banks wrote.
Lawmakers said they are “You feel deeply concerned” About the document, glossary “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)” Terms that have several definitions that describe them either “incohesive” or “Very disturbing.”
Banks and Waltz have singled out definitions of “whiteness,” “capitalism,” “structural racism,” “equality,” and “neocolonialism,” to ask what an agency is — tasked with spying abroad, Often on Americans – Actually believed.
The 34-page document was apparently posted on an internal NSA server in May 2022, but only came to light last week when someone leaked it to the Daily Wire outlet.
The outlet accused the NSA of endorsement “blatantly left-wing views on race and gender,” Noting that the glossary favorably cited the works of controversial academics such as Ibram X. Kendi and Robin DiAngelo.
Waltz, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, confirmed to The Daily Wire that the document was authentic. The letter to Nakasone notes that the NSA did not release the document at some point since then, but it is still circulating online. The agency has not yet commented on the matter.
In one of his first works Executive ordersPresident Joe Biden has declared that everything his administration does will be built on his foundation “Racial equality.”
Meanwhile, the US Department of Defense requested $114 million from Congress to fund the project “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” Programs for the new fiscal year. That’s what prompted Republicans on the House Oversight Committee to do so Complain Tuesday to the White House “The focus on progressivism in war continues to exacerbate the military recruiting crisis and raises questions about our level of military preparedness.”