When Joe Biden entered office, he seemingly made the Pentagon’s goals “diversity,” “inclusivity,” and other progressive ideals. His Secretary of Defense made the DOD’s top priority to root out “white supremacy.”
Since then, the U.S. Armed Forces have seen a significant decline. The military is struggling to recruit young Americans to serve. Critics have blasted departments for putting on all-ages “drag shows.”
Now, the Pentagon will have to explain how a top official ended up mired in a shocking scandal. He was just arrested over serious charges. And this could blow back on Biden himself.
From The Post Millennial:
A Pentagon official has been charged with running an illegal dog fighting ring out of his home.
According to the Justice Department, Deputy Chief Information Officer at the Pentagon Frederick D. Moorefield Jr has been charged with promoting and furthering an animal fighting venture…
…agents found battery jumper cables as well as five dogs identified as pit bulls. There were also weighted collars, heavy metal chains breeding equipment to impregnate female dogs, and bloodstains consistent with dog fights.
Federal agents raided the home of Deputy Chief Information Officer Frederick D. Moorefield Jr. and allegedly found evidence of a dog fighting ring. Moorefield served at the Pentagon, under Biden’s Department of Defense.
Authorities claim they found battery jumper cables, often used to provoke dogs, as well as several pit bulls. There were weighted collars, heavy chains, and breeding equipment. It appears this was an expanding operation being run by the DOD official.
Now, Moorefield is being charged with possessing, training, or transporting animals for participation in an animal fighting venture. The FBI claims to have even found equipment used to “execute dogs” as well as training schedules and veterinary steroids.
This will come as a shock to many Americans that a Pentagon official was engaged in a serious crime. Such offenses could result in five years in prison.
- A Pentagon official was arrested on charges of running a dog fighting ring.
- FBI agents raided his home, finding ample equipment used in the practice.
- Dog fighting is a crime punishable by up to five years in prison.
Source: The Post Millennial