The United States Army has taken yet another “woke” step towards double standard with the punishment of a retired three-star general over his tweet mocking the left and their inability to define what a woman is.

The retired general, Lieutenant General Gary Volesky, commented on Jill Biden’s June 24 tweet decrying the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade, saying, “Glad to see you finally know what a woman is.”

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Volesky was, of course, referring to the fact that then-Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson was unable to answer a question asking her what a woman was. Jackson’s answer was, “I’m not a biologist.”

Social media commenters, political pundits, and the like have all exploded with jokes and memes over Jackson’s statement.

The general’s tweet has since been deleted, and he’s been placed on suspension as a spokesperson in a consulting position. He’s also been placed under investigation. Investigation of what, however, is unclear.

USA Today reported that Volesky was serving as a senior mentor, getting paid $92-an-hour on a contract to advise “top military officers and other personnel on war games strategy and other military activities.” 

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The general received a Silver Star, one of the highest honors of the military, for his service in Iraq, and he also served in the Gulf War and in Afghanistan. He retired from the Army in 2020 and worked the contract position since that time.

Meanwhile, as Red Voice Media previously reported, 24-year-old U.S. Army medic, Sergeant Reagan Hasenfratz, posted a three-minute rant on TikTok that she is finding it difficult to serve the country now that Roe v Wade has been overturned. “How am I supposed to wake up every day and put on a freaking uniform that says ‘United States Army,’” she said in part of her rant, “when the United States doesn’t even give a rat’s ass about me.”

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She also stated, “I just extended my contract to continue serving this country a week ago. How am I supposed to swear to support and defend the Constitution and a country that treats its women like second-class citizens? How am I supposed to do that? How am I supposed to do that with pride? How am I supposed to do that with love and honor?”

Don’t bother looking for information on punishment for Hasenfratz, because she was not punished or even investigated. Instead, a spokesperson told the New York Post, that the Army “respects the right of Soldiers to use social media for self-expression.” Further, the spokesperson said the Army “does not prohibit Army personnel, at any time, including when they are at work or on duty, from expressing their personal opinions about non-partisan issues, even if politically charged.”

They respect the right, apparently, if what personnel says falls in line with whatever mainstream narrative they’re supporting at the time.

Hasenfratz also made comments that deployed females somehow have difficulty accessing contraceptives, despite a wide range of contraceptives being completely covered by TRICARE, meaning service members can obtain them at zero cost. Additionally, all military treatment facilities are required under the Basic Core Formulary to have at a minimum birth control pills and emergency contraception pills (a.k.a., “Plan B”).

“I’m deployed right now,” she continued, “and I’m a medic, so I know how this works – I have an extremely limited access to birth control. Women in the military are more likely to experience unplanned pregnancies.”

Interestingly, while Hasenfratz is so concerned with women in the military having free reign to have all the unprotected sex they want while deployed, she has twice posted a rant from someone else saying, “What being a female in the United States Military is like: It’s getting an award and knowing that you don’t get to be fully proud of yourself, no matter how hard you worked your ass off for it, because someone somewhere is certain that you only received this award due to some man in some form of leadership position having received some form of sexual intercourse from you.”

The rant also complains about males in the military only looking at females to find out “just how fast they’re going to get in your pants.”

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Pushing even more gender divisiveness, the post continued, “You have a vagina, and you have either A. Not given it to everyone who wants it OR B. Given it to everyone who wants it.. BOTH of which mean you are a slut.”

While pointing out hypocrisy that SOME service members may experience, she herself brings a hefty amount of hypocrisy by complaining about men wanting sex from the women in the military and then complaining about the women in the military not being able to have unprotected sex as much as they want.

Hasenfratz’s social media show that she was promoted to Corporal on February 4 of this year and to Sergeant on April 1.

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