Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan tweeted on Tuesday that in the wake of the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, “dismantling systemic racism is also a national security priority.” Sullivan continued to say that the “fight for racial justice at home and abroad is foundational to our future & to how the world sees us.”
As reported at RAIR Foundation USA, the opposite of Sullivan’s assertion is true. The anti-American and factually inaccurate myth of “systemic racism” is itself a national security threat.
Further, it is unclear how Jake Sullivan intends on fighting for “racial justice at home and abroad.”
A clue may be found in this article dated June 22, 2020, at the left-wing organization, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
The article, titled “The Legacy of American Racism at Home and Abroad,” claims that in order to “remain a source of inspiration abroad,” America “has to publicly and openly embrace self-criticism.” The article was penned by Judd Devermont, a fixture in leftist national security circles and Director of the CSIS Africa Program.
The “strategy,” based on Devermont’s logic, would be to embrace obsessive self-flagellation using the lie of systemic racism to stay relevant around the world.
Biden Embraces the Systemic Racism Lie
Biden and his anti-American team have fraudulently and repeatedly sought to condemn citizens as racist following the death of George Floyd.
There is zero evidence that Officer Derek Chauvin was motivated by racism when he arrested George Floyd. Racism was never even mentioned as a potential motive for the arrest during the highly partisan trial. Yet after the verdict was read, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris doubled down lies about “systemic racism” in America.
“America has a long history of systemic racism. Black Americans — and Black men, in particular — have been treated, throughout the course of our history, as less than human,” Harris declared in the wake of the verdict.
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Last year, Kamala Harris and her democrat allies exploited the death of George Floyd to push the horrendous “Justice in Policing,” legislation as reported at RAIR Foundation USA.
That means police officers can be sued if someone is upset with them for their actions on the job. Police officers don’t make a lot of money. They can’t afford big attorney bills. It will ruin them. Just because someone may get their feelings hurt because they got arrested. H.R. 1280 also will allow police officers to be put on a list.
That means if it’s proven or unproven, someone can accuse a police officer of doing some sort of wrong and their name and information gets put on a public list that the department of justice will manage on a website that’s open to anyone that wants to look it up. Founded or unfounded, their actions, no matter if it’s true or not, their name goes on this list and what they’re being accused of.
Who is Jake Sullivan?
Like many of Biden’s team, Jake Sullivan served under former President Barack Obama, where he was a deputy assistant. Politico reports that he played “a key role in negotiating the Iran nuclear deal.” Sullivan was endorsed by the Council for a Livable World; a subversive organization prominently featured in author and speaker Trevor Loudon’s film “Enemies Within.”
During the Trump Administration, Sullivan co-chaired a group with fellow Obama insider Ben Rhodes called “National Security Action,” specifically founded to target President Trump’s national security strategy.
Watch Sullivan and former Obama insider Ben Rhodes discuss “National Security Action” here: