Sailor in uniform yells ‘f *** Trump’ at protesters waving American flags on the pavement, leads to investigation by naval chiefs
- Mate Sarah J. Dudrey, 24 of Aviation Boatswain, at the center of the Navy’s research
- She swore at a group of ‘Pro-America’ protesters in Ventura on Sunday
- A video of the altercation was posted to Facebook during calls for dismissal
A uniformed sailor is at the center of an investigation by the Navy today after shouting ‘f ** k Trump’ at protesters.
Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Sarah J. Dudrey, 24, was filmed when she started an angry rant with ‘Pro-America’ protesters in Ventura, who said they ‘lined the sidewalks with luck and American flags.’
After the naval chiefs were informed of the images, an investigation was opened.
Ms. Dudrey blocked a lane when she stopped her car “on a busy high street” outside the Ventura County Government Center at around 1:00 PM Sunday, a witness said.
Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Sarah J. Dudrey, 24, was filmed launching an angry rant among ‘Pro-America’ protesters in Ventura
A woman who posted the clip on Facebook wrote: “This attack occurred on Sunday, July 19 at about 1:00 PM.
“A large group of people had a pro-American rally and lined the sidewalks with luck and American flags.
“Dudrey stopped in a BORN CAR, illegally parked in a busy main street, blocked a whole lane, got out …”
In the one-minute clip, Ms. Dudrey saw her walk through her car before shouting and pointing at one of the protesters.
She went on and got close to the cameraman and shouted at the rest of the protesters and said, “F ** k Trump, F *** k you.”
A man said, “Shame on you,” as Dudley shouted at an elderly woman holding an umbrella with stars and stripes.
One person said, “Don’t touch anyone. Get back in your car. Another said, “You should be ashamed of yourself.”
The one-minute clip shows Mrs. Dudrey walking through her car before shouting and pointing at one of the protesters
Protesters started yelling at Mrs. Dudrey to ‘take off the uniform’ while continuing to give hand gestures to the crowd
Mrs. Dudrey, wearing military clothes and wearing her blue face mask around her chin, put her middle finger at the protesters as she walked through the small crowd.
One man yelled, “He’s your commander,” referring to the fact that President Donald Trump is the overall commander of the country’s armed forces.
Protesters started yelling at Mrs. Dudrey to “take off the uniform” while continuing to give hand gestures to the crowd.
Then she got back behind the wheel and drove off.
Dudrey is located at Naval Base Ventura County, 15 miles away from where the altercation was filmed.