A “woke” female U.S. Army soldier is under fire on social media for posting a TikTok in which she questioned her loyalty to the United States military because of the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade.
“It happened. It happened. I woke up from a nap to this. On deployment, I woke up from a nap to this news. America is waking up to this news. I just extended my contract to continue serving this country a week ago. How am I supposed to swear to support and defend the Constitution and the country that treats its women like second-class citizens?” she said.
“How am I supposed to do that? How am I supposed to do that with pride? How am I supposed to do that with love and honor? How am I supposed to wake up every day and put on a freaking uniform that says United States Army when the United States doesn’t even give a rat’s a– about me. It gives more of a rat’s a– about the guns that [people] are allowed to buy to kill the children that I’m forced to give birth to. Think about that. Oh, that’s so funny.”
The original video was shared with TikTok on June 24th, the day that the conservative-led Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade.
BREAKING: Woke Female Army Soldier Questions Loyalty to United States after Roe v Wade Decision pic.twitter.com/SXRO00UcFQ
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) July 9, 2022
The woman goes by the alias “rahasenfratz” on TikTok. It’s presumed her real name therefore is Raha Senfratz.
She continued by claiming that the overturning of Roe v. Wade has triggered the “unintended consequence” of affecting women in uniform.
This “means that lawmakers and Supreme Court justices probably weren’t thinking about this when they wrote their 200 and 13-something odd page report on it, right. They probably were not thinking about this consequence,” she said.
“But it is one, and it affects the very people that those lawmakers hold to a higher standard, because they support the troops. Do you really, though? You really support the troops, even though this is going to greatly lessen the retention of women in the ranks of this military? You support the troops, even though you’re going to ruin some women’s careers?” she continued.
“I’m deployed right now, and I’m a medic, so I know how this works. Like, I have an extremely limited access to birth control. Women in the military are more likely to experience unplanned pregnancies. Women in the military are more likely to experience sexual assault. Where I’m at right now, you can’t even get an ultrasound without traveling off base. You can’t.”
Why don’t you use a condom?
— L (@LC02206) July 10, 2022
The woman concluded her rant by promising to “serve” her country despite the overturning of Roe v. Wade, but also vowing to not remain quiet about her complaints.
“It happened. It happened, ladies and gentlemen, and I signed that contract, so I will serve my country. But you bet your ass you will hear my voice, because I will not stop, I will not rest, and I will not be silent, because this is not an attack on reproductive rights — it is an attack on women in this country, 100 percent,” she said.
It remains to be seen whether she’ll face the same consequences as former Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, the 17-year veteran who was relieved of command last year for the crime of publishing a Facebook video criticizing the Biden administration’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Many critics on Twitter certainly believe she should. As seen below, they’ve reacted to her video by calling for her to resign voluntarily or be dishonorably discharged. They’ve also slammed her over the obvious hypocrisy regarding guns.
If she questions her loyalty, then she need to be booted out dishonorably.
— USCTZEN (@usctzen) July 10, 2022
We don’t want that defending our country and constitution if she doesn’t even read the constitution and read why they overturned roe🤨
— Pugmomma (@MaryLock23) July 9, 2022
If your loyalty to your country rests on this, we’re better without you in the military, thanks
— Keith Maniac, from Guatemala (@from_maniac) July 9, 2022
She needs to read the constitution and then read the decision which sends it back to the states! We don’t need anyone in the military that has thoughts about how they stand with their loyalty to the US..
— bonnie hatch (@1hatchco) July 10, 2022
Resign. The Supreme Court ruled in accordance with the law and the Constitution. If you cannot accept the system you swore an oath to, then resign. Do so now or be dishonorably discharged.
— Robert the Bruce (@1314_bruce) July 10, 2022
“She” cracks me up! They did Not “overturn” Roe vs Wade. Gave it back to the States. Mentioned guns. “She” is in the @USArmy ! She is assigned a weapon. If deployed, may actually have to KILL someone. I stopped watching the video as soon as mentioned guns.
*got 15min of fame, SGT
— Packing, Again 😀🎒 (@Travelnpack) July 9, 2022
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