The Deep State is hiding a lot of terrible secrets.
And they’re using LGBT identity politics to distract people from it.
But now, these secrets are starting to come out, and all hell is breaking loose.
On June 1st, the first day of “Pride Month,” Paul Nakasone, the current Director of the NSA, tweeted out a message that said “Inclusivity is something that I value as Commander of @US_CYBERCOM and Director of @NSAgov. This #PrideMonth, I wanted to share a message to the community.”
The attached video was Nakasone talking about “inclusivity” with rainbow flags flashing on the screen in front of him and B-roll of gay employees talking and laughing.
This video might seem harmless, but it serves a purpose for Deep State agencies like the NSA – it distracts people from the terrible crimes that they regularly commit.
The NSA of course is famous for its mass wiretapping of American citizens. Its sister agencies, like the CIA and FBI have a long history as well.
The CIA has famously gone rogue around the globe, assassinating foreign leaders, implementing coups and causing chaos, throughout the entire 20th century. More recently they’ve turned their attention to trying to influence American politics through black ops.
The FBI is famous for the murder of innocent Americans at Ruby Ridge and the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas.
But these agencies don’t want Americans to focus on those crimes. They want them to focus on rainbow flags and “inclusivity.”
This sleight-of-hand isn’t limited just to those agencies, however. Defense contractors such as General Dynamics and Raytheon have tried to do the exact same thing to distract Americans from their profiteering off of war and bloodshed.
General Dynamics Mission Systems on Twitter posted, “We see you. We are proud of you. We are thankful for all that you are and how you contribute to our mission. We are proud to fly the Pride flag once again at our facilities throughout the country. #PrideMonth”
General Dynamics, of course, is one of the largest donors to Democratic politicians in America, and they use their influence to keep the war machine going and keep the bombs dropping overseas.
Raytheon went so far as to change their profile picture on Twitter to a rainbow-colored version of their logo.
Not only is Raytheon an extremely powerful defense contractor who spends millions lobbying for war, they even were able to place one of their board members, Lloyd Austin, in Biden’s cabinet as Secretary of Defense.
The reason these agencies and these companies are engaged in this is because they know identity politics are popular right now, and the mainstream media is extremely pro-LGBT.
If they can put forward a public face of “inclusivity” they can cover the eyes of the American public and hide the illegal activities they have been engaged in, both overseas and domestically.
As the independent journalist Glenn Greenwald, who is himself gay, sums it up, “From GCHQ bathing itself in the rainbow flag to CIA celebrating Women’s Day to General Dynamics waving the BLM banner, this tactic is now perfectly honed to make liberals swoon and believe they’re supporting revolutionary change as they actually cheer for status quo power.”