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WATCH: Woke Sergeant Hints At Shooting Civilians During Martial Law


I think we all know what The Insurrection Act is.

Believe you me, if we didn’t already know about it in December of 2020, we definitely learned about it from all those ‘educated’ liberals, the MSM, Democrats, and F.B.I. talking heads in January of 2021.

What we don’t need, is a soldier dressed in full uniform, reminding us that if the insurrection act were ever put into play, U.S. soldiers would point guns at American citizens and shoot us.

Could it be that Sergeant Bronson is gaslighting Americans with subtle threats veiled as a simple reading of the law?

Apparently, a lot of people think so:

Becker News writes:

Her response, directed at the social media audience, was interpreted by many people to be a threatening one.

“Understand that if active duty military actually get deployed within the United States, that weapon is not just pointed at other people or other countries. It’s pointed at you,” Bronson said. “If you do not get in your house when I tell you to, you become the enemy. Martial law.”

The issue with her argument is that this is not being “informative.” It not her role to misrepresent military authority to argue with or intimidate civilians, or other military members, with her conjecture about orders that have not been issued, while in military uniform. Military guidance on this matter is clear.

The woke infiltration of our military is an enormous problem that military leadership consistently denies. Just look at this article from Military.Com:

The service chiefs for the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard pushed back Wednesday on the assertion that the armed services are “increasingly woke and more concerned about social issues than warfighting.

’’Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger and Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Karl Schultz were asked that question by Robert Work, a former deputy defense secretary and moderator for the virtual panel at the annual West naval conference. 

The comments are the latest in a string of top military officials defending policies aimed at making the military more inclusive and combating extremism in the ranks.


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