A sailor who claimed someone vandalized his living quarters in a racist attack aboard the USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) staged the incident himself, the Navy said Friday.No one could have predicted.
The sailor — whom the Navy did not name because he was not charged with a crime — shared photos of the alleged vandalism in a Facebook post that went viral.
“I proudly serve the Navy and this is what I’m receiving in return,” he wrote in the post. "#SailorAskingForHelp things are getting out of hand. Please share. Somebody knows something. (Thank you all for your guidance.”
He shared photos of the word “n——” scribbled across the walls above his bed.
[U.S. Navy sailor who alleged he was the victim of racist vandalism staged incident himself, by Megan Cerullo, New York Daily News, December 8, 2017]
Needless to say, he was not charged with a crime, though he apparently received some kind of disciplinary action, as well as "counseling and training." (In what?)
However, "He will remain a member of the crew of the USS George H.W. Bush and will continue to perform his military duties."
In the civilian world, there's no surer way to rise to the top and secure titles and resources than to accuse your co-workers of racism (or sexual harassment.) Now, it looks like that code is coming to the military. God help us if the leftists start that war with Russia they want so badly.