"...do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic..."

"For the good of the Air Force, for the good of the armed services and for the good of our country, I urge you to reject convention and careerism..."
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Maxwell AFB, April 21, 2008

"You will need to challenge conventional wisdom and call things like you see them to subordinates and superiors alike."
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, United States Air Force Academy, March 4, 2011

Monday, March 22, 2021

Major Daniel Walker - F-22 Pilot - Callsign "Jussie"

 

Major Daniel "Jussie" Walker spoke to 60 Minutes and claimed racism in the Air Force as the reason behind him voluntarily deciding to leave the service (as so many pilots do) on his way to Harvard Law School.

Harvard Law used to be a distinguished institution but has turned into an absolute joke and is a welcoming place for ambitious frauds who leave the service on their way to seek political office.

"Jussie" Walker, a graduate of the taxpayer funded United State Air Force Academy, failed to provide any example of racism in the service.  He tried though.  He mentioned how somebody told him that his deep voice and size (somehow those two traits are linked to skin color in his view) would prove a problem and that he'd have to somehow change those traits to fit into the pilot community.  He doesn't discuss how he changed his size or his voice although, from the 60 Minutes interview, his voice didn't seem particularly deep (the old white guy interviewing him had a deeper voice).  He provides no evidence for how the Air Force has a bias against deep voices or "big" troops (military's typically like big folks in the business of violence) and he fails to explain how it would be racist if it did.  He also mentions an unnamed person (perhaps a civilian janitor, he doesn't say who or why it matters) saying that they found his walk "intimidating" which is something I cannot imagine anybody saying and certainly not in a fighter squadron.  And, of course, how a person walks has nothing to do with race given that how people walk or how they chew their gum is not linked to race.

The most ridiculous part of his spiel occurred when he relayed how black pilots who had already graduated USAFA, would come back to that institution to visit him and other cadets.  Walker relays that these black pilots told him that he would wash out of pilot training for being black.  It is not even remotely believable that black pilots, who had made it through pilot training without being washed out for their skin color, would then tell cadets at a military academy that those cadets would wash out for being black.

Too Long Didn't Watch:  Major Daniel "Jussie" Walker is a fraud who hopes his lies about our nation and our Air Force will help propel him into a Democrat political office after he finishes Harvard Law School.  You heard it here first.

I am glad "Jussie" Walker is out of our Air Force.  He is a disgrace and it has nothing at all to do with his skin color, the depth of his voice, or the way he walks.  It's sad that he would risk tarnishing his father's uncle's legacy by dragging a great man's service into his own propaganda for his selfish efforts.

This kind of ever encouraged dishonest and divisive SJW narratives is going to exact a serious cost for the security of the United States.  After decades of hollowing out our force and with China steadily and seriously increasing its military capability, we cannot afford this nonsense.

4 comments:

  1. Why do you take a shot at Tony in this piece? He did not seek political office as you predicted and hasn't blogged in years.

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    1. Because it's an example to support my claim that Harvard Law School is a factory for wannabe politicians. I am glad that Tony changed his mind about political office.

      P.S. isn't it nice that your comment was allowed here, Anonymous? Tony didn't allow my comments.

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  2. Hey it's your show, go for it. Just seems weak sauce to label someone an "ambitious fraud" when your main evidence for the claim turned out to be incorrect.

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    1. I'm not sure that Tony changing his mind about political office (perhaps after his public image stock plummeted) means my claim that he wanted to occupy political office is incorrect. I suppose in today's world where men are women and vice versa your logic makes some kind of sense in your world, so you do you. I certainly won't change your mind and I'm sure Tony's words won't either:

      "...chances are, I will...have a shot at political appointment within the DOD/DAF down the road...."

      Cheers "Anonymous."

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