New Bill Suggests That If You Question The Government Or Election Integrity You Can’t Serve Our Nation
A new bill introduced by Democrats could dramatically alter the makeup of the United States military. The Security Clearance Act of 2021 seeks to amend standard security clearance protocols to reveal what its author, Rep Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) determines to be behavioral issues that compromise an individual’s fidelity to the United States of America.
The “behavior, activities, and associations” already scrutinized in the process of determining merit for a security clearance would be expanded to include requirements for applicants to disclose if they: (1) participated in the January 6, 2021 violent assault on the U.S. Capitol or a similar “Stop the Steal” event, or (2) have ever been a member of, associated with, or knowingly engaged in activities conducted by an organization or movement that spreads conspiracy theories and false information about the U.S. government—like QAnon, a group that has been tied to the Capitol attack.
This information, Murphy asserts in the bill, “will better enable government adjudicators to make the appropriate discretionary decision regarding the applicant’s suitability to hold a national security position and to access classified information.”
The bill offers clarification on what, specifically, will be changed:
The 130-page SF-86 covers many topics, including an applicant’s work history, foreign activities, mental health, and police record. Section 29 of the questionnaire asks applicants about their “Association Record.” Specifically, applicants are asked whether they have ever been a member of an organization dedicated to terrorism; an organization dedicated to the use of violence or force to overthrow the U.S. government; or an organization that advocates the use of force or violence to discourage others from exercising their rights under the U.S. Constitution.
Given the narrow scope of Section 29, an applicant could presumably answer these questions in the negative without ever revealing their membership in, or affiliation with, QAnon or a similar organization. To close this gap, the bill would direct the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to add another question to Section 29 that asks applicants whether they have ever been a member of, associated with, or knowingly engaged in activities conducted by an organization or movement that spreads conspiracy theories and false information about the government.
The security clearances addressed in this bill are required for any person to obtain or maintain a position in the military or the federal government.
Thus it paves the way for any person who challenged the election results, attended a peaceful protest, or even engaged in conversations offering alternate theories behind the COVID lockdowns or election integrity to be removed from their position or denied entry to service.
Essentially, it clears the field of Conservatives who have been availing themselves of their Constitutional rights, and ensures the submission of those who have kept their thoughts private.
Given the wave of censorship and public outcries to shun, shame, boycott, ban from flight, reeducate, and deprogram Trump supporters or anyone who continues to question election integrity, the true intent behind lockdowns or other COVID -related matters, or voice opposition to the Left at all, that even one elected representative is advancing this flag further down the battlefield is alarming, to say the least – especially when this same Representative has made no such indication of being concerned about Antifa or any of the countless riots that took lives and caused billions of dollars of damage across this country.
Should this Bill pass and be enforced, we could see men and women who are honorably serving in the United States military be pulled from the ranks just for being on a chat board questioning the narratives being told to Americans. Or for peacefully assembling at a rally or protest. The irony of being pulled from service for exercising the very rights they serve to defend is immense.
Therein also lies the question – If people who question the narrative and oppose Democrats are pulled from military service and federal positions, who will take their place? Antifa? Members of the Marxist-centered BLM organization?
Ryan Weaver comes from a family packed with military service, including his own.
After serving as a Military Intelligence Analyst, Ryan moved on to become a Black Hawk pilot. Ryan’s brother Aaron and his brother-in-law Randy were both killed in helicopter crashes during their own deployments, making Ryan a two-time Gold Star Family member. He’s become a prominent Conservative voice, working with organizations like Turning Point USA and building a powerful national network.
Ryan does an excellent job summing up the outrage over this proposed Bill. This is what he posted on his Instagram :
We fought their wars for them. Now they call us traitors, terrorists & fake patriots. AND, now they are going to rely on those calling us these names to volunteer to do what we have done? The capitol must be serving nothing but dumb$hit sandwiches in their cafeterias.
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves, Ryan.