Washington Times by Dave Boyer
In a White House often accused of being stacked with loyalists, President Obama’s national security adviser said Wednesday there are too many white people in key government posts, endangering national security because they think alike.
Speaking at Florida International University’s commencement, Susan E. Rice, who is black, said a diversified government workforce is more likely to yield “better outcomes” than a predominantly white one.
Referring to criticism that the U.S. national security workforce is “white, male and Yale,” Ms. Rice told the graduates, “In the halls of power, in the faces of our national security leaders, America is still not fully reflected…”
Rice’s speech was purely ideological full of Progressive platitudes. From diversity to globalism to diversity, at 07:13 of video, begins her “too many white people in key government posts” spiel.
“…By now, we should all know the dangers of ‘groupthink,’ where folks…
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