Maryland Says They’re Not Doing Martial Law Yet

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 22, 2020

Do you trust them?

I don’t trust them.


Concern over the presence of military vehicles in residential areas of Maryland has apparently prompted the state’s national guard to tweet out a reminder that it is there to help fight Covid-19 – not to impose martial law.

The Maryland National Guard (MDNG) reassured all state residents on Saturday that, contrary to any nefarious rumors that may have been spreading, the force has been deployed to “deliver much needed supplies” and to perform other humanitarian duties.

“To our neighbors, there is not a threat of martial law. If you see a MDNG Humvee on your street, know we are helping someone in need!” the Guard tweeted.

The message comes a day after Newsweek, citing senior military officials, reported that the Pentagon was mulling a larger role in the nation’s response to coronavirus. The outlet claims that the deployment of federal troops in “support roles” is already being prepared.

Last week, rumors on social media began spreading about the US government imposing an imminent nationwide lockdown – a tall tale that was officially denied by the National Security Council.

Well, if they were planning to lock everyone down to implement their New World Order agenda, they wouldn’t tell you about it when you asked.

That said, I’m not really even sure I understand the whole New World Order agenda.

Like the thing with the FEMA death camps and what not.

Why would the government even want to do that, exactly?

Because of the plot of Half Life?

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