CIA Head Writes Memo Celebrating Chauvin Guilty Verdict, Pledges To Address ‘Trauma Of Racism’

CIA Head Writes Memo Celebrating Chauvin Guilty Verdict, Pledges To Address ‘Trauma Of Racism’


Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns sent an internal memo to agency staff praising the jury in former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s trial and sharing his willingness to indulge the whims of the “racial justice” movement.

In the memo obtained by The Federalist, Burns celebrated the guilty verdict as “one step forward” and encouraged the intelligence agency to continue prioritizing “accountability.” Burns also pledged to continue “addressing the broader trauma of racism and persistent inequity in our nation” by prioritizing “progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion”

The CIA is prohibited from becoming involved in domestic law enforcement affairs but did not respond to The Federalist’s request for comment about the legality of the memo.

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The CIA, like many other federal agencies, is becoming increasingly focused on social justice issues and willing to cater to a race-based narrative. In a recent recruitment advertisement, the intelligence agency embraced leftist rhetoric describing race and sex as pros to working in intelligence.

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