Navy SEAL Who Killed Bin Laden Disgusted by Navy’s New Recruitment Tactic: ‘I Can’t Believe I Fought for This’

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As Bud Light continues to see its profits plunge after partnering with a transgender TikTok star, the U.S. Navy has been found deploying a drag queen to boost enlistment. And many veterans are disgusted.

The Navy partnered with Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Kelley, who is also a drag queen who performs under the stage name Harpy Daniels, to promote the service in a social media campaign that lasted from October of last year to March.

The Navy explained to the Daily Caller that the campaign was meant as a recruitment tool to help the service meet its enlistment goals.

Kelley, who calls himself “nonbinary,” was promoted as a “Navy digital ambassador.” In a video announcing the initiative, he described himself as an “advocate” for people who were “oppressed for years in the service.”

The Navy said Kelley’s ad campaign was “designed to explore the digital environment to reach a wide range of potential candidates.” The Navy noted that Kelly was not paid for the campaign.

Kelley has performed aboard several American naval vessels.

“He first started performing on ships after a sanctioned MWR (Morale, Welfare and Recreation) lip-syncing competition in 2017 while deployed on the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier,” the Daily Caller reported.

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