Last Updated on January 25, 2021
President Joe Biden has made it a priority within the first week of his administration to reverse the previous President’s ban on transsexuals serving within the military, signing an executive order Monday that allows those who do not identify with the gender listed on their birth certificate the opportunity to be deployed during Biden’s planned perpetual wars in the Middle East.
“Allowing all qualified Americans to serve their country in uniform is better for the military and better for the country because an inclusive force is a more effective force,”a statement from the White House said on Monday. “Simply put, it’s the right thing to do and is in our national interest.”
The statement went on to cite popular liberal trope such as, “President Biden believes that gender identity should not be a bar to military service, and that America’s strength is found in its diversity.”
Biden’s defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, a former Raytheon board member who has received widespread media accolades for being black, had previously vowed to reverse President Donald Trump’s ban on transgender military service during his confirmation hearing in January.
The executive order signed by Biden yesterday directs Austin to “take all necessary steps” to ensure that transgender activists can serve openly in the military.
And there it is– the White House announces an executive action repealing Trump's ban on trans service members in the military, writing, "President Biden believes that gender identity should not be a bar to military service, and that America’s strength is found in its diversity." pic.twitter.com/cj0Fkn2Lyo
— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) January 25, 2021
The transsexual military members validated by Biden may see action sooner than previously anticipated, as the new administration has already doubled down on meddling in foreign countries.
Last week, an armed U.S. military convoy was seen rolling into northeastern Syria, and bombings of Syria by Israel that kill and maim have increased dramatically within the first few days of the new regime.