Chelsea Manning Releases First Video Ad For Maryland Senate Campaign – VIDEO

Convicted leaker Chelsea Manning has filed to run for a Senate seat in Maryland according to reports over the weekend. Now (s)he has released her first campaign video ad.

The artist formerly known as Private First Class Bradley Manning stole 251,000 State Department documents. Many of these were secret international embassy reports. The security documents were smuggled out by Manning on a CD labeled “Lady Gaga.” After a breakup with his boyfriend, Manning was angry.

The information was smuggled out of a secure facility on a CD. This was an unprecedented loss of sensitive information.

Manning was allowed to change his name to “Chelsea” by a Kansas judge in April 2014.

Chelsea Manning, Bradley Manning
Bradley Manning on the left, Chelsea Manning on the right

Manning’s sentence was commuted by Obama in 2017 and she left prison.

Now this leftist loon has filed to run as US Senator and has just released her first video ad.

In the video Chelsea says:

“We don’t need more – or better leader, we need someone willing to fight. We need to stop asking them to give us our rights. They won’t support us. They won’t compromise. We need to stop expecting that our systems will somehow fix themselves.”

Two things are clear: Chelsea wants to fight and Chelsea does not like the police. (S)he seems to be a good fit on the left.

Chelsea Manning Releases First Video Ad For Maryland Senate Campaign

It appears Chelsea is pushing #WeGotThis. Manning already had an attempt to serve this country honorably and failed, so there is no way he/she should get another chance.

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