In a not-so-surprising but annoying move, a handful of RINO Republicans voted with the Democrats to maintain and expand wasteful DEI positions in the Pentagon. This decision betrays the core conservative values of limited government and merit-based hiring. While it’s sadly expected from these weak-spined lawmakers, they still need to hear from us loudly that they messed up. Here’s a breakdown of these Republicans, complete with their contact info, so you can let them know just how much they let us down.


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Mike Turner (Ohio)
Representative Mike Turner of Ohio voted against an amendment to eliminate the “chief diversity officer” position in the Pentagon and prohibit the establishment of any similar roles. Turner’s vote raises questions about his commitment to conservative principles and his stance on unnecessary government expansion.
Contact Info
Phone: (202) 225-6465
Email: Turner Contact Form
Office Address: 2239 Rayburn HOB, Washington, DC 20515


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Tom Kean (New Jersey)
Representative Tom Kean from New Jersey joined Turner in voting to keep DEI positions within the Pentagon. Kean’s decision disappoints many conservatives who expect their representatives to push back against the progressive agenda infiltrating our military.
Contact Info
Phone: (202) 225-5361
Email: Kean Contact Form
Office Address: 131 Cannon HOB, Washington, DC 20515


Lori Chavez-DeRemer (Oregon)
Oregon’s Representative Lori Chavez-DeRemer not only voted against the amendment to eliminate the “chief diversity officer” but also opposed a permanent hiring freeze on DEI jobs in the Pentagon. Chavez-DeRemer’s stance is a clear departure from the conservative focus on efficiency and meritocracy.
Contact Info
Phone: (202) 225-5711
Email: Chavez-DeRemer Contact Form
Office Address: 1433 Longworth HOB, Washington, DC 20515


Brian Fitzpatrick (Pennsylvania)
Representative Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania voted against multiple amendments that would have cut DEI roles and enforced a hiring freeze within the Pentagon. Fitzpatrick’s actions suggest a troubling alignment with left-leaning policies that conservatives vehemently oppose.
Contact Info
Phone: (202) 225-4276
Email: Fitzpatrick Contact Form
Office Address: 271 Cannon HOB, Washington, DC 20515


Don Bacon (Nebraska)
Representative Don Bacon from Nebraska voted against an amendment to eliminate all DEI offices and jobs within the military. Bacon’s vote is a blow to those advocating for a streamlined, merit-based military devoid of unnecessary bureaucratic positions.
Contact Info
Phone: (202) 225-4155
Email: Bacon Contact Form
Office Address: 1024 Longworth HOB, Washington, DC 20515


Jay Obernolte (California)
California’s Representative Jay Obernolte joined his colleagues in voting against the amendment to eliminate all DEI offices and jobs within the military. Obernolte’s vote is seen as a betrayal by many conservatives who believe DEI initiatives undermine the effectiveness and unity of our armed forces.
Contact Info
Phone: (202) 225-5861
Email: Obernolte Contact Form
Office Address: 1029 Longworth HOB, Washington, DC 20515


Historically, Americans have fiercely held politicians accountable. Consider the famous tarring and feathering of Loyalist tax collector John Malcolm in 1774, a vivid example of how citizens took direct action against those who betrayed their trust. While we might not resort to such extreme measures today, we can still fight back with our words and pens. Flood their offices with calls, emails, and letters. Let them know that their betrayal will not be forgotten and that they have failed those who put them in office. Our duty is to ensure they understand the consequences of their actions and remind them that true conservatives will not stand for their betrayal.

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