The formerly fearsome Pentagon has become more and more of a joke under the alleged leadership of President Joe Biden.
First, the world has resoundingly mocked the American military’s sudden fixation on pronouns, with the State Department going as far as to seriously consider pronouns such as “zee” and “zir” for transgender servicemembers.
Secondly, while the transgender mob makes a mockery of the United States military, other nations, notably China, are roaring ahead in their own global ambitions, building warships and other military hardware at an unprecedented rate.
Indeed, the Pentagon itself admitted in a 2022 report that “[China] presents a sophisticated, persistent threat of cyber-enabled espionage and attack to military and critical infrastructure systems through its efforts to develop, acquire, or gain access to information and advanced technologies.”
The report also noted that “[China] seeks to create destructive effects to shape decision-making and disrupt military operations at the initial stages and throughout a conflict.”
Little wonder that China feels quite confident about openly supporting Russia in the ongoing Ukraine War.
Speaking of the Ukraine War, the Pentagon also appears deeply inept in terms of resolving that crisis as well.
After all, Biden has blown through well over $100B in under a year, and the conflict has absolutely no end in sight.
Perhaps that is the point, especially if the war distracts from what Biden’s buddies in Beijing are doing.
Now, the Pentagon has been hammered by yet another report revealing extreme financial incompetence, this time to the tune of $85M in taxpayer funds.
Apparently, the Pentagon is unable to account for $85M worth of F-35 components, much in the same way the Biden administration was apparently unable to account for $90M in abandoned weaponry after abruptly leaving Afghanistan.
According to a recent report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the Pentagon is apparently unable to keep track of various parts in its vast global supply chain.
“The F-35 Joint Program Office does not track or enter these spare parts into an accountable property system of record that could enable it to capture and store real-time changes to property records … Currently, the prime contractors maintain this information,” the report notes.
Oh, how comforting. The F-35 jet only happens to be the nation’s most expensive weapons system, thereby inviting the most international attention, yet the Pentagon can’t be bothered to keep track of $85M in parts.
Way to advertise additional incompetence to the world.
This failure to account for multiple millions is all the more egregious when the White House is intent on taxing working class Americans endlessly, tracking every last Venmo and CashApp payment that exceeds $600.
Yet the Pentagon can blow through more than $85M unaccounted for and suffer zero consequences.
News flash to the government: Even if you tax every last dollar Americans have, to the tune of taking virtually all their money, there will never be enough capital if the Pentagon can waste money like this.
The wastes will magnify even further if China does topple the American dollar, which is clearly the nation’s end game (one of them, anyway).
Half the time, one wonders if the media is paid to play up transgender wars to distract from the vastly more dangerous activities going on behind the globalist scenes.
Author: Ofelia Thornton