Secretary of the Navy Dismisses Marines as Biased

The Secretary of the Navy accused all marines involved in the study of women in combat of being biased and producing results they wanted.

Already, the political appointees are rallying against the Marines in order to push Feminist ideology onto the military (or push it further). The Marine study showing how mixed-gender squads performed worse than all-male squads makes the soldiers essentially enemy combatants in the White House/Pentagon propaganda war.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus disparaged the study and the people who ran the study.

In remarks to NPR last week, Mabus responded to the study’s conclusions by claiming that its participants and organizers “started out with a fairly large component of the men thinking this is not a good idea, and women will not be able to do this.”

“When you start out with that mindset, you’re almost presupposing the outcome,” Mabus continued. He also described conclusions of the study as inaccurate.

I am gratified that someone spoke up against this insult:

A Marine war hero who helped conduct the Marine Corps’ study on females in combat operations criticized the secretary of the Navy for questioning the legitimacy of the report’s findings.

In a post to his Facebook page this weekend that has since been taken down, Sgt. Maj. Justin LeHew called Navy Secretary Ray Mabus “way off base” for claiming that the individuals who conducted the study were biased against women from the beginning.

“The Secretary of the Navy is way off base on this and to say the things he is saying is … flat out counter to the interests of national security and is unfair to the women who participated in this study,” LeHew wrote. “No one went into this with the mentality that we did not want this to succeed. No Marine, regardless of gender would do that.”

If you want to figure out who is more likely to be biased, ask yourself who simply ordered women into combat without doing any studies at all about how this would affect the performance of the soldiers. That’s right. It was the Secretary of the Navy and his White House Utopians who insisted on the policy and left the Armed Services to figure out how they could possibly implement the policy.

This gives us a glimpse of the horrible future of the United States military. As failures result from these stupid rules, we can expect the political commanders to find excuses to blame the “biased” male officers as somehow being responsible that the mixed-gender squads are having trouble.

Burden the troops and them blame them for falling under the load.