Army Medic Rants About Roe On TikTok

Army Medic Rants About Roe On TikTok

Army Medic Rants About Roe On TikTok

A female medic with the U.S. Army, currently deployed, has her khaki knickers in a wad. She is dismayed that the Supreme Court found, in the Dobbs decision that Roe v. Wade was not decided on a Constitutional basis and was voided. User @Rahasenfratz was most displeased with the decision and questions her ability to continue to uphold her Oath of Office under these circumstances. The circumstances of being a second class citizen and forced to give birth. I would feel sorry for the very young woman, except that she is a Sergeant (E5) and just re-upped. This is so ri-freaking-diculous it’s unbelievable.

I am not on TikTok because it’s owned by the Chinese Communist Party. I rely on Libs of TikTok and Jack Posobiec to keep me up-to-date about the latest trends. Here from Posobiec is this poor misguided, woke medic’s FEELINGS on Dobbs:

In December, 2019, the Army banned personnel from having the TikTok app on government issued phones. We are going to assume that Sergeant @Rahasenfratz is not using her government issued phone. However, she is in uniform at the beginning of the video which brings up protesting in uniform. One of the reasons that Marine Corps Lt.Col. Stuart Scheller got in big hot water was that he made a video questioning accountability for the withdrawal from Afghanistan in uniform.

Is this what the Army expects from a medic or an NCO?

Miss Medic is all upset that the Dobbs decision came down while she is on deployment but, it’s not new news. We knew what the decision was going to be because it was leaked weeks ago. Maybe Miss E5 should have thought about that before she signed a new contract and raised her right hand. How is she supposed to swear “to support and defend the Constitution” in a country that treats its women as second class citizens. Who knows? We don’t live in a country that treats women like second class citizens, no matter what her indoctrination told her.

There are more than twelve types of female birth control. They are wonderful options to fit the needs and lifestyle of any biological woman. The shot, the patch, pills, rings, foams, condoms and more. Not getting pregnant on deployment should be part of the mission for any deployed soldier. Your soldiers depend on you and pregnancy renders you ineffective. The soldier and her f*ck buddy need to be extra-super careful. Then there is the morning after pill. There is also the medication abortion which is available for up to eleven weeks after a biological woman’s last period.

Sergeant @Rahasenfratz doesn’t know that abortion is left to the States. Nor does she know that most European countries have quite strict time limits on abortion. She just knows the whining, trite phrases from her indoctrination. Sergeant Protester can’t think. She can only repeat.

This is the most annoying part of @Rahasenfratz’s rant:

In the clip, the medic declared that the removing of the constitutional right to an abortion has an “unintended consequence” on female members of the military.

“This effect on female service women is an unintended consequence which means that lawmakers and Supreme Court justices probably weren’t thinking about this when they wrote their 213 some odd-page report on it, right?” she said.

“They probably were not thinking about this consequence. But it is one, and it affects the very people that those lawmakers hold to a higher standard because they support the troops,” she added. “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?”

Miss Medic wonders how she can support and defend the Constitution. So do I. She has no idea how it works. She has no idea how the Supreme Court works or doesn’t work. Here is a clue: The SCOTUS does not take anyone’s feelings into account. They only look at whether a decision is Constitutional or not. Not feelings, emanations or penumbras. Carrie Severino is an actual, for real, Constitutional scholar and she explained that Dobbs does not end abortion, but puts in back where it belongs:

Carrie Severino renews my hope that women have working brains, unlike our medic friend.

We realize that General Milley and Secretary Austin are personally destroying the military. They do not need the help of this Woke Medic giving aid and comfort to the Chinese Communist Party with her video rant. The Army should make an example of this one just as the Navy did with Lt. Col. Scheller and make her get gone. Buh-bye.

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  • Cameron says:

    “We are going to assume that Sergeant @Rahasenfratz is not using her government issued phone.”

    I am going with the assumption that she is using a government issued phone because as a woman, she feels that the rules simply don’t apply to her.

    “There are more than twelve types of female birth control.”

    The fact that there aren’t thirteen in the form of abortion on demand means (in her eyes) that we want people like her barefoot and breeding. She’s not very bright for a medic which is concerning.

  • SFC D says:

    This… soldier… I can’t call her an NCO… should know that Uncle Sam ain’t paying for her abortion anyway, unless her life is in danger, incest, or rape. Elective abortion has always been on the Soldier’s dime. And birth control is free.

  • Scott says:

    ok, so just so I’m clear…

    Criticizing pResident, or FLOTUS is bad, attacking SCOTUS when they hurt leftist feewings is good…

    That about right?

  • GWB says:

    Not getting pregnant on deployment should be part of the mission for any deployed soldier.
    You’d think that. But there is a subset of soldiers-who-can-get-pregnant who do so to avoid or to return from deployment. It happens in the Navy all the time (as of 15 years ago).

    the removing of the constitutional right to an abortion
    They didn’t remove that right. That ‘right’ never existed. It was made up of whole cloth by activist judges who wanted to remove the question from the political arena and make it untouchable.

    lawmakers and Supreme Court justices probably weren’t thinking about this when they wrote their 213 some odd-page report on it, right?
    So, you don’t even have a clue what you’re talking about, right? No lawmakers were involved. And they didn’t write a “report” on it, like they’re in a high school composition class. They wrote a decision. And, of course, they’re call is to determine whether the law is constitutional not what consequences might flow from it. That you think otherwise puts you in the imbecile camp, not just the ignorant one.

    it affects the very people that those lawmakers hold to a higher standard because they support the troops
    Is this the definition of a ‘non sequitur’? Because I’ve always been fuzzy on that term. But this pretty much makes absolutely no sense at all. It’s word salad. Is the medic running to replace Kamala as VP?

    this is going to greatly lessen the retention of women
    Wow, that does NOT speak well of women in the military. It basically slanders them all as sluts who can’t be bothered to make rational pre-coital decisions. But they want to be NCOs?! Wow.

    Carrie Severino renews my hope that women have working brains, unlike our medic friend.
    Unfortunately there are so many who ‘think’ like the Army medic. And they vote.
    (I won’t get started on the stupid men who vote. But yes, they are there, in legion, too.)

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