Politicians, cities forging ties with fake Hindu cult leader reveals pitfalls of 'inclusivity': Buck Sexton

March 19, 2023 at 13:00

The fallout from Newark, N.J., being hoodwinked into honoring a nonexistent land created by a fake Hindu cult leader and accused rapist shows there are no bounds politicians won't cross to appear "inclusive," former CIA official Buck Sexton said.
Sexton, host of "The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show," noted how Newark forged the relationship with the faux-guru leader of "Kailasa," led by a reported fugitive from India called Nithyananda.
"This is a reminder [of] the calculation that so many of these different politicians made," Sexton said.
You don't know about the wonderful nation of Kailasa?
Sexton added that as a former intelligence official, there is a "massive industry" in the field of diversity, including diversity, equity and inclusion deans as well as experts at colleges and corporations.
"There's an enormous amount of money that is being made by playing on a sense of guilt that people have, by playing to the victimology narrative," he said.
"Inclusivity now means the exclusion of making any determinations — rational or otherwise — about what you're actually dealing with in some cases."
"You want to be so inclusive that you can't actually be discerning in any meaningful way about whether a country exists."
; Richmond, Va.; Washington, N.C.; Jacksonville, N.C.; Hallandale Beach, Fla.; Texarkana, Texas; and several cities in California and Ohio.
He also reported several mostly-Democratic lawmakers had acted similarly – as well as at least one Republican.
"This guy was nearly our vice president," he said of Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., who reportedly honored Kailasa -- along with Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md.
Watters also reported Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau previously honored Kailasa.