China Forces US Warship Out of Disputed Seas — As US Navy Continues to Focus on Diversity and Promote Drag Shows

China Forces US Warship Out of Disputed Seas — As US Navy Continues to Focus on Diversity and Promote Drag Shows


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Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada made history in June after hosting its first-ever drag show. Guests from the local Las Vegas drag scene performed and took attendees through the history and significance of drag within the LGBT+ community.

That’s important.
Under Joe Biden diversity is key.

Meanwhile in the real world–
The Chinese military said they forced a US warship out of the disputed South China Sea on Monday.

This was after the Biden administration warned that an attack on the Philippines might activate a mutual defense treaty.

The AP reported:

China’s military said it chased a U.S. warship out of a disputed area of the South China Sea on Monday after Washington warned an attack on the Philippines might activate a mutual defense treaty.

Beijing affirmed its claims to portions of the sea that also are claimed by Southeast Asia governments. It rejected the Biden administration’s declaration of support Sunday for an international tribunal ruling in favor of the Philippines that threw out most of them.

China is increasingly assertive about pressing its territorial claims, which are fueling tension with neighbors including Japan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines.

The People’s Liberation Army said it sent ships and planes after the U.S.S. Benfold entered waters claimed by Beijing around the Paracel Islands.

U.S. Navy leaders are failing to “promote or advance surface ship warfighting in a meaningful way,” according to officers interviewed for a congressional report who also said they are putting too much time and energy on diversity training.

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