BREAKING: Biden Official Under Investigation By The Department of Defense For Antisemitic Post

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Kelisa Wing, who works as the chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), is under investigation for various troubling posts about Caucasians on social media platforms.

Ms. Wing identifies herself as a “woke administrator” on her personal accounts.

Her posts included comments such as “All white people are racist” and “White supremacy is alive and well in America.”

In light of these disturbing posts, many are calling for Wing to be fired from her position. It remains to be seen what action, if any, will be taken against her.

In one post, she mentioned how drained she is from dealing with white people at meetings. One woman had said that “black people can be racist too,” and the tiredness led her to retaliate against the claim.

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In one post, the official reportedly said that white people are “the most violent and oppressive force on planet earth.”

In another, the official allegedly said that “we must dismantle the system that allows white people to be born and to live.”

The Department of Defense is aware of the situation and is reviewing the matter. It is unclear if the official will face any disciplinary action.

The department is investigating the matter and said in a statement that “these comments are completely inappropriate and do not reflect the views of the Department or this Administration.”

A spokesperson for the White House responded to the controversy: “We are aware of news reports concerning an official at DoDEA. The office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness is reviewing this matter.

“Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts in… [DoDEA] are an important part of building and sustaining an organizational culture where all students, educators, and staff are valued and respected.

“Our focus remains on ensuring military-connected students, their families, and our employees have equitable access to opportunities and resources that support student achievement and readiness for college and careers.”

If the allegations are true, this would not be the first time a senior Biden administration official has been accused of making anti-white statements. Vanita Gupta, the nominee for associate attorney general, came under fire for tweets in which she called white people “racist” and “privileged.”

This anti-white sentiment is not news. Recently, a college graduate from Missouri contacted Merriam-Webster and requested that they revise their entry on racism. This was in light of recent protests and debates about what it means to be racist.

The entry for racism in the dictionary currently has three parts. The first states that racism is “a belief that race is the primary determinant of human qualities and abilities, and racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.”

But the entry does not stop there. It also lists “racial prejudice or discrimination” as well as “a policy, system, or practice of racial segregation and discrimination.”

The woman who prompted the change, Kennedy Mitchum, 22, of St. Louis, said she was “surprised” that the dictionary defined racism only as a belief.

“I feel like they need to expand it because it’s not just a belief anymore,” Mitchum told NBC News. “It’s discrimination. It’s segregation.”

Mitchum, who graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee this month with a degree in communication studies, said she first noticed the definition while doing research for a class on racism.

She was looking up the word “prejudice” when she came across the racism entry and was taken aback.

“I was surprised that it didn’t include anything about the systematical oppression of a people,” Mitchum said. “Racism is more than just a belief.”

It remains unclear if these allegations against the Biden official are true. If the investigation finds that the official did indeed make the posts, she could face disciplinary action.

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