We have had our eyes on Kelisa Wing from the outset.
How she passed vetting is a mystery.
This is a radical woman who seems to hate everything about this country.
How would you describe the first responders that ran into the collapsing towers on 9/11?
Before you answer that question, consider how they were described in a book that was recommended by Wing.
It read, “They were not human to me.
“Black, white, or whatever, they were menaces of nature; they were the fire, the comet, the storm, which could — with no justification — shatter my body.”
For those unfamiliar with Wing, she is the diversity, equity and inclusion chief at the Pentagon’s education wing – the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA).
Translation, she is responsible for the educational agenda of all DoD employees, meaning she sets the criteria for schools that teach military children.
That passage was from a book called “Between the World and Me,” and it was recommended reading for children by Wing.
This comes after it was found that Wing has made several racist tweets in recent years.
Wing is currently under a 30-day review, at which a decision is to be made about her future in this administration.