Sergeant Major Of The Army Calls For ‘Diversity’ On Deadly Day In Afghanistan: ‘Our values demand it’

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The clock may be ticking down on the time to evacuate Americans and Afghan allies for an increasingly dangerous environment in Kabul but some in the military are stressing the importance of being “woke” amidst the chaos, a stunning example of the misplaced priorities at Joe Biden’s Pentagon.

On the same day that terrorists would murder 13 members of the U.S. military and dozens of Afghans by detonating suicide bombs outside of the Kabul airport, Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Grinston emphasized the importance of diversity in the ranks, taking to Twitter to engage in more of the tiresome virtue-signaling that has become commonplace under the “leadership” of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

The most senior enlisted member of the U.S. Army tweeted, “Diversity is a number – do you have people that don’t look or think like you in the room? Inclusion is listening and valuing those people.”

In a poorly timed, tone-deaf Twitter missive posted shortly before the blasts went off, SMA Grinston added, “#WomensEqualityDay reminds us we’re smarter and more lethal when we come together as an inclusive, cohesive team. Our values demand it.”

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