On Thursday, Congressman Matt Gaetz and Rep. Elise Stefanik asked Biden appointee Gil Cisneros to recite the vile anti-white statements against Americans made by former Diversity Equity and Inclusion Chief Kelisa Wing.
Cisneros was responsible for the outcome of an investigation into Wing’s racist behavior, which saw no disciplinary action being taken.
In a series of tweets, Wing called white Americans “Karen[s],” slamming their “Caudacity” – a word describing the “audacity” of Caucasians.
“Mr. Cisneros, are you familiar with the tweet? Can you please read the tweet aloud?” Stefanik asked, referring to Wing’s racist posts.
She tweeted the exchange saying, “Biden’s DoD must answer for the radical, woke indoctrination forced on our military schools. I’m working to expose the TRUTH.”
Cisneros then read the tweet before the committee:
“So exhausted at the White folks in these PD sessions. This lady actually had the caudacity to say Black people can be racist, too,” Cisneros read from the tweet.
“I had to stop the session and give the Karen the business. We are not the majority. We don’t have power,” the tweet continued.
Stefanik asked, “This is wildly inappropriate and unacceptable. Do you agree with that, Mr. Cisneros?”
Cisneros agreed with the statement, saying, “I do agree that that is not acceptable. It’s not condoned by… the Department of Defense.”
Gaetz asked, “I would like to go back to the tweets of the racist person that works for you. What does ‘Caudacity’ mean?”
Cisneros replied that he had “no idea.”
Gaetz tweeted regarding the exchange, “Taxpayers funded the salary of an anti-White “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” Chief at the Department of Defense Education Activity. She’s still employed at the DOD. Yet when White service members post about the 2nd Amendment or building the Wall, they become the target.”
“You took six months to investigate one tweet. You didn’t even figure out what the words meant?” Gaetz asked the under-secretary, The DC Enquirer reported.
Gaetz challenged Cisneros for his poor response, “Someone at the Pentagon is throwing your name out there as being responsible for this? And now it looks foolish that you’re suggesting you don’t know what that means.”
“You said in a Fox News Digital article that you were going to take 30 days to investigate, and it took you six months in a six-month investigation. You guys didn’t learn what the word ‘Caudacity’ meant?” Gaetz added.
“I think, you know. I think every person that’s going to watch this exchange knows, you know, it’s she’s trying to lash audaciousness with someone being Caucasian, isn’t she?” Gaetz said.
“I have no idea,” Cisneros repeated. “We do not support racist tweets. We do not support racism.”
“Well, did you fire this lady?” Gaetz asked.
Cisneros responded by not answering the question, “I did not hire her.”
“Let’s go to the next claim. ‘The audacity to say that Black people can be racist too.’ Mr. Cisneros, can Black people be racist, too?” Gaetz asked.
Cisneros refused to answer, “I’m not going to answer that, congressman.”
The Under-Secretary of Defense claimed the Pentagon “determined the employee was speaking in a personal capacity… As a result, the Director, DoDEA took no disciplinary action. Separately, as part of headquarters restructuring, the employee was reassigned to another position that does not include diversity, equity, and inclusion-specific responsibilities.”
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