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Shocking Acts Of DEI Discrimination Are Just The Tip of The Iceberg

Shocking Acts Of DEI Discrimination Are Just The Tip of The Iceberg

My appearance on the “Lee Elci – The Voice of Freedom” radio show discussing the Equal Protection Project, the U.S. military weapons stockpile disaster, and transgender issues for military kids

On Wednesday, April 19, 2023, I had the privilege to represent Legal Insurrection and the Equal Protection Project ( on the “Lee Elci – The Voice of Freedom” show based on 94.9 WJJF Fox News Now, out of Ledyard, Connecticut.  Lee’s show is also affiliated with the Wayne Allyn Root show on the USA Radio network.


I discussed three topics with Lee, which we have reported on extensively:

  1. The Equal Protection Project and our efforts to fight racism in America:
  2. The United States military weapons stockpile disaster, which I had discussed on Rod Arquette’s radio show:
  3. U.S. military doctors advocating for transgender treatment for military kids and the military withholding medical information from parents about their kids: Missouri Attorney General Blasts DOD Over Military Doctors’ Support for Puberty Blockers for Children

Lee Elci was shocked at the blatant racial discrimination being practiced around the country, decried the fact that the current state of our military’s weapons stockpiles is so shockingly bad, and agreed that doctors advocating for treating kids with dangerous transgender drugs and withholding information from parents is a definite problem both in the military and in the civilian world.  The last topic was particularly important to discuss as the U.S. Navy has a huge presence in Lee Elci’s listening area due to the U.S. Navy Submarine Base in Groton, Connecticut being located nearby.

The Equal Protection Project

Nault: The Constitution’s 14th Amendment says no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.  The Civil Rights Act said that no person can be discriminated against by any entity that receives any federal funding.  And for decades, that hasn’t been an issue since Brown versus Board of Education back in the fifties, schools were desegregated, nobody would dare discriminate.  But these days we’re finding that that is happening more and more now.

For instance, just to give you three examples real quick, Providence School District in Providence, Rhode Island has a program, great program for new teachers.  You get hired on as a teacher in the Providence Public School District.  They will pay your student loans off whatever student loans you’ve incurred.  They’ll pay ’em off.  All right.  There’s only one catch.  You can’t be white.

Lee Elci: Um, is that real?

Nault: That is real.  And we have filed a complaint with the [U.S. Department of Education, Civil Rights Office], and they actually referred our complaint to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, who is now reviewing our complaint.

Lee Elci: That’s how it’s written?

Nault: That’s how it’s written.  And it’s all over their website and they are very proud of this program.

Lee Elci: Wow.

Nault: And so the EEOC will either shut the program down or they’ll tell us, ‘Hey, you know, you may have a case here.  We’re too busy.  You handle it.’  In which case we will, the Equal Protection Project will, take action.  And our motto is investigate, educate, and litigate.  And so we’ll do whatever it takes to shut this down because it’s blatantly unconstitutional, we think.  And, we’ll see if a court agrees with us, which we think they will.

Another example.  Albany Public Library, which is an entity of the city of Albany, which last year got 81 million [dollars] in federal funding.  They have an intern program; every year they hire two interns under this special library intern program [for] people [who] have just graduated from graduate library programs around the country.  Open to everybody unless you’re white.  So we have just sent them a letter, a cease and desist letter, basically explaining to them why this is improper…

Lee Elci: Is that our, I mean, I, again, I keep going back to this, but I’m trying to sort of grasp it in the big picture, because I know listeners out there are, are probably furious, black and white listeners I would think are furious because they should be, is the terminology written where don’t come and be part of this if you’re white?

Nault: No, no.  So in both instances, the facilities are open to everybody.  The public schools are open to everybody, obviously.  It’s just you’re seeing these specific programs crop up that are seemingly blatantly discriminatory.  And so that’s what we’re investigating.

And then there’s another one in Missouri of all places.  Missouri State University has a business school and as part of their business school, they do small business accelerator programs.  So if you have a small business, you start a website or whatever, you wanna go in, they can do marketing for you.  They’ll show you how to build your website, do all this kind of stuff.  You just can’t be white.  And so we’ve sent a letter to the Missouri Attorney General and hopefully he will take action on that.

And the other thing that we say is the remedy for racism is never more racism.

Lee Elci: Of course.

Nault: And so we are gonna look into that.  And I should make one final point.  We would be happy [to] and will fight any kind of racism.  It is not, you know, we’re not only doing this for one group. If we find [discrimination] against anyone, anywhere, anytime, in the United States of America, we’ll take action.

Lee Elci: Are you still finding that we have, you know, I field calls on this show all the time about how there’s racism still out there.  And it would be ignorant to think that there aren’t people out there who are racist still to this day.  But I, I believe I’ve always believed this, that as every day passes racism is slowly being eliminated, the culture is changing dramatically for the better.  Do you run into a lot of racism challenges across the country right now with your group?

Nault: Well, as I mentioned, those three examples I think are clearly there. And we’re afraid that they’re just the tip of the iceberg.

Lee Elci: But even flip it around, I mean, most people think when they think of racism, they think, alright, someone’s discriminatory against the black person or an Asian person, or, you know, Hispanic.  Are you running into that still out there?

Nault: Well, there’s actually a United States Supreme Court case that’s pending right now against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina where the big fight is over whether they can use race for admissions.  And the evidence, I was just looking at this earlier this week, the evidence seems to be pretty compelling that Harvard seems to be penalizing Asian Americans who were applying to Harvard.

Lee Elci: Yeah.  Too smart, I guess.  What website do you wanna drive folks to learn about the racism aspect?

Nault: They go to

The U.S. Military Stockpile Disaster

Nault: One of the things that I’ve been looking into pretty extensively is the aid that we’ve given to Ukraine over the last year.  And just to look at the raw numbers.  We’ve given over $46 billion in military aid to Ukraine so far over; $76 billion total with humanitarian aid and financial assistance.

We’ve given Ukraine over 1.5 million rounds of 155-millimeter howitzer ammunition.  We’ve given them over 1600 Stinger anti-air missiles representing, oh by the way, over one third of our active inventory of Stinger missiles.  We’ve given them over 8,500 Javelin anti-tank missiles, which also represents over one third of our active frontline inventory of Javelin anti-tank missiles, over 5,200 Excalibur precision anti-tank missiles.

And here’s the kicker: to replace those Stinger missiles in our inventory, it’s gonna take over 13 years to replace that; over seven years for the Excalibur missile; over five years for the Javelin missile; and three to four years for the howitzer rounds.

And you know, this isn’t just me talking about this.  I mean, independent, very smart military analysts, and I quote these in the two articles that I wrote on, have called this quote, insufficient, you know, our munition stockpiles quote, precarious quote, dangerous.  And even two Biden administration officials, one called it uncomfortably low.  And the other one said that it’s not a critical issue for us right now because we’re not in a shooting war.  But if we were, it would be a critical issue on day one.

Lee Elci: Amazing.

Nault: I mean, it seems to me that we’re kind of putting ourselves at risk.  And I’m no lover of Vladimir Putin, believe me.  I’m not sure that there’s any justification for him going into Ukraine the way he has.  But, you know, we have to kind of balance what we’re doing with our own needs.

And here’s the key.  If you look at some of the quotes from General Milley, who is the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and some of the other Biden administration officials, he’s quoted as saying, we will do quote, whatever it takes, we will be there for as long as they need us to be.  And I’m thinking to myself, well, what if this war lasts another five years?  What if it lasts who knows how long?  10 years?  What are we gonna have left?

And when you think about this, one of the issues that’s come up is the whole Taiwan defense issue that’s been in the news a lot lately.  Taiwan itself has orders that they’re ready, willing, and able to pay for to U.S. defense contractors for $19 billion worth of weapons to defend themselves against the China invasion that they can’t get because our defense contractors are so strapped with all the weapons they’re trying to make for us to replenish our stockpiles for Ukraine.

And the other thing is, there’s a lot of strategy going on, you know, how would Taiwan defend itself?  Blah, blah, blah.  And, we’ve pledged to help them do that somehow.  Well, how are we gonna do that? Well, there’s this thing called the, I hadn’t heard of it until I started digging into this, called the quote, porcupine strategy.  We’re not gonna send over armored divisions and we’re not gonna send over, you know, a million troops.  We’re gonna give them missiles.  And, and these missiles are gonna be like a porcupine.  And if China tries to invade, the anti-air missiles are gonna take out all their aircraft; the anti-ship missiles are gonna take out their ships; the anti-tank missiles are gonna take out any tanks they land.  Well, if we give ’em all to Ukraine, the porcupine is gonna be short a few quills.  So maybe that’s not the best strategy.

Lee Elci: You’re a smart guy.  You’re a military guy.  If I’m looking at this from 30,000 feet up and I’m thinking to myself, okay, we have elected leaders, we have administrations, we actually have military personnel [who are] supposed to be smart.  So, either they’re ignorant to this or they are purposely manipulating the system to bring about a downfall of the United States of America.  Your thoughts?

Nault: Yeah.  I mean, I think some of them are well-intentioned, that you know, they want to help somebody that’s been invaded and I’m totally good with that.  You know, we’ve provided intelligence assistance around the globe to countries that need it [and helped] train their troops.  In fact, I’m pretty sure we’ve done that in Ukraine as well.  But I can’t speak to the Biden administration people who are pulling the strings’ motivations.  I don’t know.  They certainly aren’t squawking about what, why they’re doing it.

But one of the other points I wanted to bring up was think about what we could do in this country with $76 billion.  I mean, you think about the veteran homeless problem.  And, you know, the, the drug problem and all of the other things we could fix with that money.  And you gotta wonder are we doing the right thing?

Lee Elci: Exactly.  Nobody would mortgage their own future or their own security to help out someone else.  Like literally mortgage your own [future], depleting your resources to the point where you can’t defend yourself.  No sane person would do that.

Military Doctor Transgender Treatment for Kids

Nault: Four military doctors associated with the Air Force, at Travis Air Force Base, and one at Walter Reed, published an article in the American Journal of Public Health.  And they said that military people who have children, who obviously are seen by military doctors, if those children have any gender dysmorphia issues, in other words, they are confused about their gender, or they’re of one gender, but they think maybe they’re of another gender, that military doctors should immediately start transgender treatment, puberty blockers and other drugs and other things to help these kids change their gender.  And they went so far as to say that any military professional who would, quote, pause that kind of treatment and kind of take a step back and, you know, help the child figure out if they’re really serious about that or not, that’s unethical.

And I’m reading this article and I’m thinking to myself, geez, I used to be a military parent for, you know 18 years until my kid went to college.  And my daughter was delivered by army doctors, and I’m kind of getting scared by this article.

And then I found this video online as I was digging into this more of a navy training [class] that occurred in Bahrain, which is the Navy headquarters in the Middle East.  And there’s this navy health professional lady who gets on stage and she tells the assembled Navy people that they no longer have access to their child’s medical record online once their child reaches 12 years old, that the policy’s been that way for at least six years, and if their child comes into the Navy Clinic in Bahrain and tells the people there that they have mental health issues or they have gender issues, that the Navy Hospital there is not gonna tell the parents.

And there’s a guy in the video who pipes up and he says, “wait, when did this start? I didn’t know this.” And he said that he was furious, and I would be too if I was him.  And she claimed that that was “Big Navy” policy.  I don’t know if that’s true.  I don’t know what the policy is here at the sub base in Groton [Connecticut].  But what I would say is that if you’re a parent, even if you’re a military parent, you need to be watching your military or civilian doctors that treat your kids like a hawk.  And you need to talk to them and find out what they’re gonna disclose to you that your kid tells them.  And what they won’t, if anything.

And I’ll tell you this, if the Navy policy, when me and my wife were raising our daughter, was that she could go into the clinic or the Navy Hospital and they weren’t gonna tell me what problems she had, or, dovetailing this back to these four military doctors who published this in this journal, if they were gonna start treating her without telling me, right?  I would, immediately, I would have resigned my officer’s commission that day if I found out that that was happening.  So people need to dig into this.  Figure out what the policy is, and then do what they think is right for their kids.

Lee Elci: Jim Nault United States submarine captain retired.  You know, you retired prior to the submarine force going co-ed.  But let’s take it a step further.  How would it go if you were the captain of a boat and you had to deal with someone and their gender dysphoria and them being a transgender on board?

Nault: I have no idea.

Lee Elci: Well, that’s an honest answer, and that’s all we can ask for.  We gotta go.  James Nault, retired United States Navy Captain.  Thank you, sir.  I appreciate it.


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The left just LOVES racism, and practices it every day. All while projecting on conservatives.

“How would it go if you were the captain of a boat and you had to deal with someone and their gender dysphoria and them being a transgender on board?”

Walking the plank or keelhauling would work.

Lee Elci was shocked at the blatant racial discrimination being practiced around the country

Really? My shocked face broke more than a year ago.

I love this format.. a discussion that is so clear and to the point! Ty James.. What is doing is sooooooooooo important. God speed.

Manifestly racist and unconstitutional DEI and “equity” initiatives must be fought tooth, nail and claw with nonstop lawsuits.

Just a devil’s advocate thought: our stockpiles of munitions are intended to support a war against Russia, and they are being used for their intended purpose. Not only are we on the correct side of a Vietnam like war, but we are humiliating Russia in the eyes of nations that have been purchasing their weapons.

And they are old technology. Typically 30 years old or more. Things get obsolete, and they do not last forever in storage. We are exposing very little of our capabilities.

    Oracle in reply to Petrushka. | May 1, 2023 at 8:26 am

    And when the war in Ukraine is over (how?) and Russia is still standing, we will not have the strength to fight two wars simultaneously and no longer be a Superpower – which has long been the goal of the Obama administration.

    BeAChooser in reply to Petrushka. | May 1, 2023 at 12:40 pm

    Thing is, Russia is not the adversary we should really be worrying about. It’s China and this is playing right into their hands. Our own military says so. And the facts suggest that the UNIPARTY created the war in the Ukraine, just like they created the war in Kosovo/Yugoslavia … with lies and provocations.

    Highly ranked officials in the US government and NATO have even admitted that we were at war with Russia back in 2014 … a date which certainly doesn’t fit the narrative the Biden Administration has been selling. We’re being lied to and defenders of the Ukraine conflict should ask themselves why.

    Why were the Biden family so heavily invested in Ukraine affairs … oil and biological warfare labs? Why was the Ukraine involved in efforts to tamper with our election and destroy Trump? Why did we topple a government in the Ukraine to put the current guy in power? What was really going on in the Ukraine before this all started?

    And why are the Bidens also so involved with Chinese *companies*? The democRATS seem to be so ever since Clinton. Maybe this is a plan to weaken us with a bogus war in the Ukraine so that the Chinese will be able to role over Taiwan for example. And have their way elsewhere.

    Remember that China’s military and political leadership declared in the early 2000s that war with the US was coming … was inevitable. China is a country on the forefront of technology to control people. And not coincidently, the left leaning social media companies of the west are helping them do it, and those same techniques are now being applied to us in the US with more to come..

    China is arming to the teeth, preparing for conventional and nuclear war with the west. They have a massive civil defense program under way. And China and the Democrats were knee deep in the origin of the Covid pandemic. The modifications to that virus suggest they were working on it for a nefarious purpose that apparently wasn’t completed due to the accidental release. But clearly they meant the US and world no good in their work.

    So maybe all of this is just part of plan. Fabians socialists have been good at long term thinking for a long long time. It’s about time we wake up to that fact and act accordingly.

    CommoChief in reply to Petrushka. | May 1, 2023 at 6:50 pm

    Please stop with embarrassing line of argument.

    1. Javelin anti tank missiles are not obsolete. Excalibur precision anti tank artillery rounds are not obsolete. Stinger anti air missiles are not obsolete. Basic dumb 155mm Artillery rounds are not obsolete.

    2. Russia isn’t or wasn’t anyway our enemy. They were a strategic partner (not an ally mind you) b/c we had two common interests: fighting jihadists and keeping a wary eye backed by military force on China.

    Instead we have chosen to provoke Russia by expanding NATO membership to their borders. They are now closely cooperating with China instead of maintaining a tenuous relationship with the US. The complete failure of diplomacy and threats to deter Russia is telling. They have for decades been adamant that NATO expansion in the post Soviet era was anathema to them and they view it as deliberately provocative action against Russia.

    When diplomacy and threats failed we imposed toothless sanctions. Toothless b/c Europe’s economy would collapse if they couldn’t get access to oil and gas to replace the amount they used to buy from Russia. The European Nations still purchase oil/gas from Russia just indirectly through China and India who set up as middlemen. So as it happens the European Nations are subsidizing the Russian military in Ukraine. Weird huh?

    If the European Nations really believed Russia was going to ‘finish off Ukraine then turn on the rest of Europe’ as some fraudulent/hysterical folks claim then why aren’t the Europeans putting themselves onto a war footing? Where’s the mass mobilization to restore the ranks to Soviet era numbers? Where’s the retooling of their manufacturing base to crank out tanks, aircraft, fighting vehicles and artillery pieces instead of BMW, Peugeot, Fiat, Jaguar, Saab? Where’s the stockpiling of grain and food to feed the population of the war ravaged European future they claim is coming?

    None of those measures are being undertaken b/c the even the Europeans don’t believe that BS. Heck, the Dutch govt wants to close down incredibly productive farms instead of increasing acres being plowed. It’s all hype. Watch what these govt do instead of listening to their propaganda spin and you will be much closer to the truth of any situation.

Lee Elci didn’t know about the cases of discrimination all around him and elsewhere, so neither did his audience….in Connecticut? How is it these people don’t know what is going on around them? His audience probably voted for some of the people doing the illegal acts but are not interested enough to do the other half of civic responsibility….you vote and then keep up with who you voted for and what they are doing.

    James Nault in reply to Whitewall. | May 1, 2023 at 11:35 am

    Well, I think many people are fooled by DEI and “inclusion” which sounds nice until the reality hits and then they realize actual, no kidding discrimination is going on. Hopefully we can raise awareness and make people realize this is going on and to help us counter it.

      Dathurtz in reply to James Nault. | May 1, 2023 at 2:46 pm

      It really is marketed as a version of “being nice to people who have been wronged”. At least when I have been exposed to it.

        stevie in reply to Dathurtz. | May 1, 2023 at 3:21 pm

        More than just being nice. Bowing down to them, giving them special privileges and it always excludes white people. In the US, there should be no such thing as a “protected class”. All US citizens are protected within the Constitution.

    henrybowman in reply to Whitewall. | May 1, 2023 at 4:39 pm

    “How is it these people don’t know what is going on around them?”
    With the exception of a couple regions, New England is a giant liberal bubble. The exception areas dwindle as the locusts migrate to escape the devastation they caused. All their newspapers say this is wonderful progress, and apparently their Internet gets very few channels.

Halcyon Daze | May 1, 2023 at 10:25 am

It’s no longer shocking, just a pretext for cruel and punitive persecution.

Diversity [dogma] (i.e. color judgment, class-based bigotry) denies individual dignity, individual conscience, intrinsic value, and normalizes color blocs (e.g. “people of color”), color quotas, and affirmative discrimination. Progressive liberal sects want to abort the baby and have her, too.

BierceAmbrose | May 1, 2023 at 5:02 pm

Funny how people react when they see what the gummint is actually doing, vs. what they say they are doing, vs. the clever names they give things.

Like CDC, which in the event showed it’s really a CPC — Center for People Control — manage the people so they don’t overwhelm the health care system. Nothing’s changed. Even just today, some talking-head bemoaning the latest super-strange, mutate-y, omicron-prime transformer-variant talked about managing the load on the health care system. No mention of keeping people alive. Extending or preserving their life years.

— The health care system is there to take care of people, not people to make it easy for the health care system.

— If you can’t opeate the system when something happens, what good are you? We can get overwhelmed by some random event without your help.

It isn’t even about stewardship any more — you are minions — digits of the commensal — to direct at whatever expense to you, for the good of whatever. You are expendible; The Apparatus is not.

Jeebus H Longpork on Two Hooves, CCP-China treats their actul pigs better than this.

This is BS: “those Stinger missiles in our inventory, it’s gonna take over 13 years to replace that; over seven years for the Excalibur missile; over five years for the Javelin missile; and three to four years for the howitzer rounds.”

If there actually isn’t enough production capacity, new factories can be built in 1 to 3 years. In WWII, even Iowa-class battleships were built in under 3 years.

Congress has to pass an appropriation and the military have to stop thinking about accommodating gender dysphoria and other delusions and put through the paperwork. But if there’s a will to get it done, millions of mortar shells can be made in two years, and in three years mass production of even the most complicated devices like the Javelin can be starting at whatever rate is needed.

    CommoChief in reply to markm. | May 1, 2023 at 7:03 pm

    Pretty big IF you are relying upon to make your case. It is undeniable that at present rates of production those timelines are accurate. You are relying upon the Biden admin to exercise prudent stewardship of our resources. So lets add at least until Jan ’25 when the next admin takes the oath but even that isn’t a sure thing so potentially no meaningful expansion until Jan ’29. In fairness the Biden admin is trying to expand but on the cheap and in way less effective ways than your idea of a more wartime mobilization.

    The same Biden admin that has so depleted the Strategic Petroleum Reserve that we have less on hand than any point since the early 80s before we vastly expanded our capacity. The same d/prog in Congress who refused DJT plan to top it off at 100% capacity when oil was cheap. All for political gains and spite. I don’t see this changing soon.