Biden’s CIA Claims Cross Dressers Make Better Agents

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Intelligence agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and others in the intelligence community, recently received a newsletter highlighting the unique achievements of an intelligence official.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence distributed its internal newsletter, known as “The Dive,” to personnel throughout the entire Intelligence Community.

An article in the newsletter highlighted the perspective of an anonymous official who believes that crossdressing enhances their abilities as an intelligence officer.

The unclassified newsletter clearly states on each page that it is intended for official use only and is not authorized for public release.

“I am an intelligence officer, and I am a man who likes to wear women’s clothes sometimes,” the article, which was entitled “My Gender Identity and Expression Make Me a Better Intelligence Officer,” says in its opening line.

The author of the article then goes on to claim that his act of crossdressing “merits attention given the climate of discussion around the topic and where it sits in the larger conversation about gender identity and expression and professional appearance.”

The document was produced by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s IC Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Office and distributed to all members of the Intelligence Community.

The ODNI serves as a cabinet-level agency that provides oversight for the various intelligence agencies within the IC, such as the CIA, FBI, NSA, and intelligence units within the military branches.

The newsletter arrives at a time when the Intelligence Community and the broader federal bureaucracy have embraced the DEI agenda as a fundamental part of their operations during the Biden administration.

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