EXPOSED: Biden Admin’s Antisemitism Strategy a Front for Radical DEI Agenda

The Biden administration is utilizing its approach to combat antisemitism as a pretext to promote its diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) agenda across all aspects of American society. While their DEI initiatives extend beyond addressing antisemitism and encompass fighting anti-LGBT discrimination and “white supremacy,” the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is developing online workshops to combat “hate-motivated violence” not only targeting antisemitism but also addressing issues like online misogyny, gender-based violence, and violence against LGBTQI+, AANHPI, or Black communities. These workshops are intended to aid the Jewish community and other minority groups in combating discrimination.

The strategy involves the Department of Veterans Affairs launching new educational programs that emphasize the diverse contributions of veterans, including Jewish veterans and employees. However, it should be noted that the VA is also planning to provide training on antisemitism alongside “anti-Muslim bias, anti-Sikh bias, and similar forms of bias and discrimination.” Additionally, the administration aims to train religious leaders on how to assist veterans in reintegrating into civilian life.

As part of the strategy, efforts are being made to involve sports teams in the fight against bias and discrimination. This involves urging fan clubs and organizations to adopt anti-hate clauses. Additionally, the administration plans to establish honors or awards that recognize individuals and teams for their contributions in combatting hate and promoting inclusivity, accountability, and respect within the realm of sports. To develop useful resources for athletes and sports leagues, the White House consulted with prominent organizations such as the National Basketball Association, Women’s National Basketball Association, National Football League, National Hockey League, Major League Soccer, National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), and the Eradicate Hate Global Summit Sports Working Group.

However, there are Jewish groups that have expressed discontent with Biden’s strategy, stating that it fails to adequately address the concerns and suggestions of the Jewish community. Kenneth Marcus, the founder and chairman of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, shares this sentiment, believing that the policy includes a lot of superficial elements. He argues that rather than simply adding another group to the framework, the administration should focus on addressing the issues within existing DEI programs.

The Biden administration employs its strategy against antisemitism as a covert means to promote its DEI agenda, often neglecting to address the program’s inherent issues. While the administration portrays these initiatives as efforts to combat antisemitism, they also encompass unrelated matters. This approach undermines the integrity of the promised training. In essence, the administration is using the pretext of combating antisemitism to advance an overarching ideology masked as diversity, equity, and inclusivity.

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