Last Updated on May 4, 2023
US Navy and Pentagon brass have admitted to using a “non-binary” drag queen as a social media recruiting ambassador, in an effort to lure in new recruits amidst a historically bad enlistment downturn. As part of the recruiting campaign, the drag queen told prospective recruits in an Instagram video that the US Navy had facilitated his drag performances for fellow sailors while on deployment.
US Navy Yeoman 2nd Class Joshua Kelley, who’s known as “Harpy Daniels” when he dresses like a caricature of a woman, became the Navy’s first “digital ambassador” in November of 2022. He served in the role for six months, until the digital ambassador program was discontinued, perhaps temporarily, after the Pentagon’s homosexuality and “diversity” initiatives began facing serious criticism from members of Congress.
“The Navy has invited me to be the first Navy digital ambassador,” Joshua Kelley, the “non-binary” drag queen sailor wrote in an Instagram video post, dated November 16, 2022, announcing his new position, which the Navy says he wasn’t paid any extra money for.
The video featured Kelley in multiple iterations of “Harpy Daniels,” his drag queen persona, as well as claims that homosexuals are being “oppressed” in the United States.
“I identify as Non-Binary and this has been an unbelievable experience since I’ve joined the Navy,” a caption that accompanied the post read before Kelley added that since joining the Navy in 2016, he’s been able to “share” his “drag experience” with “fellow sailors,” including during deployments when the Navy apparently facilitated drag shows on its ships.
“This experience has brought me so much strength, courage and ambition to continue being an advocate and representation of queer sailors!” the error-ridden caption continued.
“Thank you to the Navy for giving me this opportunity! I don’t speak for the Navy but simply sharing my experience in the Navy! Hooyah, and let’s go Slay!”
Reportedly, the Navy has discontinued the “digital ambassador” program that platformed Kelley and his drag persona, perhaps temporarily as the Navy “evaluates” its worth.
“The Navy did not compensate YN2 Kelley or any others for being Navy digital ambassadors,” a Navy spokesperson says. “We are now evaluating the program and how it will exist in the future.”
The Navy isn’t the only branch of the US military that’s promoting drag queens and homosexuality on the taxpayer’s dime.
As exclusively reported by National File, the US Air Force planned to host a “drag queen story time” event for children on Ramstein Air Force base in Germany. However, after National File exposed the demented plans, the event was canceled.
“Really sick stuff,” a source told NATIONAL FILE…“My tax dollars are being used by the MILITARY to sexualize children.”
National File EXCLUSIVE: U.S. Air Force Base Hosts Drag Queen Story Time
Similarly, since 2016, left-wing forces within America’s government and military have sought to heavily promote the transgender movement within the service. Not only are self-proclaimed transgenders being permitted to serve openly in the military, but American taxpayers are being forced to foot the bill for their castration and mutilation procedures.