‘Woke’ US soldier threatens Americans, says they ‘become the enemy’ if they don’t obey under martial law

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A video clip of a female U.S. Army soldier who appeared to threaten to shoot American citizens if martial law is ever declared and they refuse to comply with orders has gone viral on social media and triggered widespread backlash.

The clip went viral thanks to Jeremy Darling, a black conservative who posted a snippet of the larger clip to his own TikTok and added his own commentary, warning that the soldier’s words “should be cause for concern.”

The soldier’s words were as follows: “Understand that if active-duty military actually get deployed within the United States, that weapon is not just pointed at other people, other countries. It’s pointed at you. If you do not get in your house when I tell you to, you become the enemy. Martial law.”

It’s like that, huh?

Watch the clip either at Darling’s TikTok or via the tweet below:

Who is this woman? An investigation revealed that she’s a 35-year-old self-identified “lesbian” who goes by the pronouns “she/her.” Sounds about left.

Furthermore, she runs the “Lord Daddy Nugget” TikTok account, which is where she posted the original video that Darling later cropped.

(Source: TikTok)

She also runs the @Nuggetsnchicken Twitter account.

The clip of her shared by Darling triggered massive, massive, massive outrage, some of it initially mistakenly aimed at Darling.

Here’s a small sample of that outrage (*Language warning):

Notice how the latter Twitter user called her an “imperialist bootlicker.” This suggests the user is a left-winger, meaning her remarks offended some on the left as well.

But despite the massive backlash, some defenders pushed back on the anger by claiming she’d been taken out of context.

To check whether this defense is valid, it’s necessary that the full video she’d shared to her TikTok account be examined.

The full video begins with Miss “Nugget” sharing a video of another TikTok user named Jodi angrily ranting about the military’s lack of action in regard to authoritarian coronavirus diktats being imposed on the American people.

“This is a message for our United States military, the Air Force, the Army, the Marines, the Navy, Coast Guard, Space [Force], everybody that considers themselves a person that would defend this f–king country. Where are you? We thought the military took an oath to protect this country. They took an oath to protect our Constitution. That includes enemies foreign and domestic,” Jodi says.

“Where are you, military, because if you’re leaving it up to the American people, you need to let us know, because everybody’s on the edge of their seat. You got millions and millions of gun owners that are ready to walk out and start a complete f–king bloodbath, and we’re beginning to wonder where our f–king military is,” she adds.

After the conclusion of the clip, Miss “Nugget” responds by accusing Jodi of being a domestic terrorist and warning her of the consequences of martial law being declared.

“I mean, I’m no expert, but that sounded like a terroristic threat, with you talking about a bunch of gun owners going out and starting a bloodbath. Like have you never heard of the Insurrection Act?” she says.

“There’s reasons why the military doesn’t deploy within the U.S., and if they did, your ‘good ole boys system’ is not going to fare well for you. Martial law. You know, where your rights get curtailed. You don’t have all those same freedoms that the Constitution guarantees at that point, so be careful what you wish for, and stop opining about things you don’t understand,” she adds.

Watch the full TikTok video here.

It sounds as if Miss “Nugget” got the impression that Jodi wants martial law to be declared in the United States. Jodi’s made her own account private, so it’s impossible to check her original video and determine whether she had indeed made such a demand.

“Nugget” has, for her part, claimed via Twitter that she’d just been trying to be “informative of the insurrection act.”

Vivek Saxena

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