OMG Drops Undercover Video of Pentagon DEI Analyst: Conspiracy in US Air Force

OMG Drops Undercover Video of Pentagon DEI Analyst: Conspiracy in US Air Force

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New Videos Popular Videos Premium Videos Sponsored Videos Browse Channels Brighteon.TV BrightU Brighteon Social Advertising Info Free Newsletter Log In Create New Account Support Your Freedom to Speak: BOOKS VIDEO AUDIO OMG Drops Undercover Video of Pentagon DEI Analyst: Conspiracy in US Air Force GalacticStorm 2255 Subscribers Subscribe Like 0 Like This Video (0) Report This Video Download MP3 Shop now 47 views • Published 2 hours ago • Comments OMG |  O’Keefe Media Group Drops Undercover Video of DEI Conspiracy in US Air Force.  James O’Keefe strikes again! O’Keefe Media Group on Wednesday released undercover video of Jake Reyna, Department of Defense and US Air Force Operations Research Analyst for the Office of the Secretary of the Air in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, confirming DEI training is mandatory for airmen. Reyna told the OMG undercover reporter that white men are “definitely stupid” and “definitely suck.” Jake Reyna also said that white men “probably” make us weaker as a military. Per O’Keefe Media Group: DEI Conspiracy in Air Force: “We basically contacted everybody who had a title like that and got them to sneakily change their title so it doesn’t sound as diversity oriented even though it is,” reveals Jake Reyna, Department of Defense and US Air Force Operations Research Analyst for the @SecAFOfficial in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Believing Republicans have attempted to cut back on the government’s use of discriminatory DEI policies “just to fuck with the [DEI] system,” Reyna confesses on undercover footage caught by O’Keefe Media Group that the Air Force manipulates job titles to cheat the system out of a higher salary for DEI personnel. Bragging, “We just weaseled around it,” Reyna claims “there’s nothing really they [Republicans] would be able to do.” The cover-up does not end there. Reyna states about his office, “We’re actually moving into this other group called Manpower and Readiness” to stay under the radar. Reyna confirms DEI training is mandatory for airmen and if an airman does not participate in DEI trainings, he “wouldn’t be qualified for promotions or he’d get reprimanded and…he’d get written up” before eventually being dishonorably discharged, which includes being stripped of all benefits. Tasked with developing programs like the Workforce Analytics Dashboard that lists the demographics of the Air Force with an emphasis on “race, ethnicity, and gender,” Reyna admits the Air Force has no data to support its DEI policies. “I don’t know if there’s any specific data you can provide outside of just saying like, yeah, we’re getting more diverse talking about changing officers.” Asked, “In your experience, have you seen or have you come across any data that actually serves as evidence that indeed DEIA candidates or troops perform better than non-DEIA troops?” Reyna responds, “No, I don’t think so.” Empowered in the Air Force’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Reyna believes white men are “definitely stupid” and “definitely suck.” “Do you think they [white men] make us weaker as a military?” asks OMG’s American Swiper. Reyna responds, “In some ways, probably.”   Keywords omg james okeefe okeefe media group dei policies in military FREE email alerts of the most important BANNED videos in the world Get FREE email alerts of the most important BANNED videos in the world that are usually blacklisted by YouTube, Facebook, Google, Twitter and Vimeo. Watch documentaries the techno-fascists don't want you to know even exist. Join the free Brighteon email newsletter. Unsubscribe at any time. 100% privacy protected. Your privacy is protected. Subscription confirmation required. Related videos Brighteon © 2024 All Rights Reserved. Privacy | Terms All content posted on this site is commentary or opinion and is protected under Free Speech. Brighteon is not responsible for content uploaded by contributing content providers. Open a support ticket