U.S. Congressman Creates Whistleblower Website to Expose Bullying of U.S. Military Conservatives

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) announced Friday (May 28) that in order to prevent conservatives in the U.S. military from being suppressed by the Pentagon’s left-wing “Woke Ideology” and to prevent the military from being overwhelmed by radical left-wing ideas, they have created the website “Whistleblower” and will use social media to inform Americans of radical left-wing ideas taking place in the U.S. military. and to prevent the military from coming under the total control of radical left-wing ideas, they have created the website “Whistleblower” and will use social media to inform Americans about the persecution of conservatives in the military by radical left-wing ideas in the U.S. military.

Rep. Crenshaw announced Friday on his official website that he and Sen. Cotton have created a whistleblower website for U.S. soldiers who are being bullied by radical leftists, FoxNews.com reported.

The site allows soldiers in the U.S. military who have been bullied by the radical left to tell their stories of persecution and file complaints on the site. The website promises that Whistleblowers’ complaints will be protected by U.S. law and that Crenshaw will forward relevant complaints to Cotton’s office.

Crenshaw and Cotton will, in turn, with the written consent of the whistleblower, publish the website’s stories of “Awakening” excesses against U.S. service members on social media to inform Americans of what is really happening in the military.

Crenshaw, a former U.S. Navy SEAL, tweeted, “The Awakening faction in the Pentagon has long manipulated our soldiers and the spineless military commanders have allowed this to happen, and we will now expose it to the American people.”

The website also said the two lawmakers knew that whistle blowers in the military could be at serious risk when reporting wrongdoing by their chiefs, so they advised U.S. military personnel who complained on the website to consult with an attorney before taking the next step.

This comes shortly after Matthew Lohmeier, commander of the U.S. Space Force’s 11th Space Warning Squadron, was subsequently relieved of his duties at the Pentagon for writing a book revealing communist encroachment on the U.S. military, the Pentagon’s “cancel-culture” and The phenomenon of “awakeningism” and discrimination against conservative-minded soldiers by radical leftists attracted attention, and 23 conservative members of the U.S. Congress joined together to call for Lohmeier’s reinstatement at the Pentagon.

Awakeningism is an extreme left-wing ideology based on the doctrines of Marxian socialism, existentialism and liberation theology. The content of its critical race theory has become one of the current focuses of attention.

Last week, Rep. Lisa McClain (R-Ariz.), a member of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee, said the “culture of abolition” in the U.S. military is out of control and expressed support for legislation to ensure that U.S. military personnel are not indoctrinated by the Awakening philosophy.

At a House Armed Services Committee meeting, senior Republican Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) said, “The U.S. military should be more focused on meeting and winning wars against the threats posed to the United States by China (the Communist Party) and other enemy nations, rather than forcing those who choose to join the military and protect the country to believe in a political philosophy.”

In March, the U.S. Navy was criticized for training U.S. military recruits by mandating that Navy soldiers not discuss partisan views while on duty, but allowing them to express their support for the Black Lives Matter philosophy, which critics saw as a double standard in U.S. military training and which the U.S. Navy has since revised.