West Point Cadets Attend Mandatory Transgender Day Of Remembrance Event
It appears the swamp has leeched into our military academies. It’s high time to shelve the military social experiments.
The U.S. Military Academy, which used to focus only on books, training and discipline, hosted its annual “Transgender Day of Remembrance” for cadets.
The event complements other cultural initiatives in U.S. military colleges: the Virginia Military Institute is combating stress with coloring books and therapy dogs while Annapolis midshipman enroll in a “Transgender 101” seminar.
West Point celebrated the special remembrance day on Nov. 30 — the fourth time it has done so.
Though the event is promoted on its website, the commemoration passed without any notice by the establishment media, with coverage limited to the Academy’s newspaper, Pointer View, and sparse Facebook sharing.[…]
Class of 2017 cadet Riley Dosh opened the event this year by noting, “Over the past year, innocent transgender people worldwide have lost their lives due to hate crimes. Many more died due to bias and hatred based on gender identity and expression. They were killed for coming out to friends and family, for being who they are. Their lives were cut too short unnecessarily.”
Dosh insisted, “Our society, our police forces, our governments and the media largely ignore transgender hate crimes.” More