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A fighter is only relevant if he continues to win fights. America's military helped win back-to-back World Wars. But today, "woke-ism" under Joe Biden is crippling our forces. In tonight's In-Depth Report, Church Militant's Hunter Bradford details how poor leadership, emasculation and vax mandates have plunged U.S. forces into futility.
The Heritage Foundation's almost-600-page report on the U.S. military reveals a poor and ineffective bunch. It concludes the nation's forces are "likely capable of meeting the demands of a single major regional conflict," but "would be ill-equipped to handle two nearly simultaneous major regional contingencies."
For many Americans, it's easy to see our military's ineptitude when watching some of the recent advertisements intended for recruits.
Cpl. Emma Malonelord, U.S. Army: "It begins in California with a little girl raised by two moms. Sure, I had spent my life around inspiring women, but what had I really achieved on my own?"
Texas senator Ted Cruz tweeted a response to that video: "Holy crap. Perhaps a woke emasculated military is not the best idea."
Russia, on the other hand, at least seems interested in attracting the right kind of people: strong, able-bodied men. After watching that Russian recruiting video, political commentator Dave Rubin had these damning words to say about our armed forces.
Dave Rubin: "We're screwed, people. You get it? You get it? Like can you imagine that Russian guy coming up against that girl?"
It doesn't help that many seasoned active military are leaving the force due to vax mandates. Many of these servicemen will be extremely difficult to replace, but the Biden administration is willing to risk that.
China's military prowess recently put the world on notice. On Saturday, the Financial Times uncovered that China had "tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August that circled the globe before speeding towards its target demonstrating an advanced space capability."
United States disarmament ambassador Robert Wood admits, "Hypersonic technology is something that we have been concerned about. We just don't know how we can defend against that technology."
South Carolina senator Republican Lindsey Graham commented on China's testing.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: "It's a military game-changer when it comes to nuclear forces."
Critics have likened the U.S. military to Joe Biden's border: Anyone is allowed in regardless of any lack of qualification. The 2022 Index of Military Strength gives China a score of "formidable" for the "particular attention it has paid to its space, cyber and artificial intelligence capabilities."