The U.S. Military Is Really Going To The Dogs…

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Our military may not be ready to fight a major war, but if “puppy play” is required we will be more prepared than anyone.  When I was growing up, I was proud to be the son of an officer in the U.S. Navy.  But now everything has changed.  These days, the U.S. military has become a politically-correct clown show, and as I detail in my brand new book, there is no way in the world that we could successfully handle a major conflict right now.  I believe that we are in the early stages of World War III, but instead of preparing to go head to head with Russia or China, our military is focusing on pride parades and diversity symposiums.

Once upon a time, the rest of the world feared our military.

Today, the rest of the world is laughing at our military.

In recent days, “disturbing photos” of U.S. military officers dressed up in “puppy play” outfits have gone viral all over social media

The disturbing photos surfaced on social media last week. They show the officers, one colonel and one captain, flaunt their apparent LGBT relationship using anonymous social media accounts under the names “PupRavage” and “HonuPup.” The photos show the men engaged in an LGBT sex kink known as “puppy play.”

“Puppy play (aka pup play) is a form of consensual, adult role-play popular in the gay leather community, where people dress up and embody the characteristics of a dog,” Men’s Health magazine explains.

To wear such equipment along with your military uniform is a very serious violation.

But of course I sincerely doubt that the Biden administration will allow the offenders to be prosecuted.

Most of the photos that are spreading online are very graphic, and so I just can’t share them with this article.

Many children and young adults read my work, and I do not want them to be exposed to such material.

This is yet another sign of how far our nation has fallen.

I can’t even show you pictures of what our military officers are doing because they are too obscene.

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