FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 2, 2021
Email: [email protected]aromeBellforCongress.com
Virginia Beach, VA– Republican U.S Navy Veteran and Congressional candidate, Jarome Bell held nothing back in making a statement on the news that Critical Race Theory is being pushed in the Department of Defense.
“If Mr. Biden wants a confrontation on pushing communism in the Department of the Navy, the Department of Defense, or any other military branch, we will give just that,” Bell’s opening salvo rang as he launched a broadside attack on the current Commander-in-Chief.
“Critical Race Theory has NO position in the U.S Military, not now, nor ever!” he continued.
“Our Nation is under attack from within. As a Navy veteran, I know how the military operates, and in no shape or form should our brave men and women be taught Marxism, and Critical Race Theory,” Bell stated.
Bell served twenty-seven years in the U.S Military and refuses to allow the radical left to destroy the foundations of our National Security.
“The core values we live by in the military are duty, integrity, ethics, honor, and loyalty. When we put that uniform on, we see our brothers and sisters standing next to us, we see ourselves as one. The radical left is trying to plant this divisive ideology into our brains, which goes against everything the military stands for,” Bell continued.
“I will not stand by and watch this administration uproot the foundation that our military was built on. Critical Race Theory is an effort to remove the truth and founding of our great nation. America First Conservatives will not back down from this fight.” Bell concluded.
Bell’s statement comes shortly after 30 GOP Representatives signed on to support recent legislation brought forth to ban Critical Race Theory in our armed forces.
Jarome Bell is a conservative, a Navy veteran, and a high school football coach running for U.S. House in Virginia’s second congressional district. Jarome has been endorsed by Sen. Rand Paul, Michelle Malkin, and Freedom Caucus member Paul Gosar and ALIPAC. Please send press inquiries [email protected]