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Jan 27 2017

Gratitude of a Traitor: Bradley Manning Denounces Obama

Anyone arguing that Barack Obama’s presidency was not a horrible mistake can be refuted with a single fact: he commuted the sentence of Bradley Manning.

As a consequence of releasing a massive quantity of restricted documents, Manning was guilty of approximately 750,000 counts of treason. He placed the lives of innumerable Americans and foreign allies in jeopardy, warranting execution as surely as any traitor ever has.

Instead, the Obama Administration agreed to force taxpayers to finance his sex change operation. Then Obama commuted his sentence.

Not even free from prison yet, Manning has already been embraced by the liberal media, which is sure to offer him a soapbox for many years to come. He took to the Guardian to express his gratitude to Obama — by denouncing his protector as weak and apologetic:

Barack Obama left behind hints of a progressive legacy. Unfortunately, despite his faith in our system and his positive track record on many issues over the last eight years, there have been very few permanent accomplishments.

This vulnerable legacy should remind us that what we really need is a strong and unapologetic progressive to lead us.

Manning even accused Obama of not being sufficiently obsequious toward the “queer community” — despite reflexive kowtowing to LGBT militants probably being primarily responsible for his commutation.

In the aftermath of the deadly shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando that took the lives of nearly 50 queer and brown people, it took Obama over 300 words of his speech to acknowledge the queer community, and even then, as an abstract acronym.

Whatever you give the unworthy, it will never be enough.

bradley chelsea manning
A traitor, a pervert, and also an ingrate.

On a tip from Scott D.

18 Responses to “Gratitude of a Traitor: Bradley Manning Denounces Obama”

  1. Mr. Freemarket says:

    “This vulnerable legacy should remind us that what we really need is a strong and unapologetic progressive to lead us.”

    You know…a guy like Joseph Stalin, Mao, or Castro. You know…a guy who is willing to get things done, even if it breaks a few eggs.

  2. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Drives me crazy when Manning is referred to using female pronouns or calling him “Chelsea.” Catering to mental illness doesn’t make it go away.

  3. JackisBack says:

    A traitor, a pervert, and also an ingrate……
    Pretty much describes the Democrat Party

  4. Auburn Rapunzel says:

    “This vulnerable legacy should remind us that what we really need is a strong and unapologetic progressive to lead us.”

    Or maybe, just maybe, you could try being strong yourself, and encourage the people around you to be strong. Then you wouldn’t need that leader.

    Oh, wait, I forget; leftists are against personal responsibility. That’s why you want a “strong and unapologetic progressive” leader: so that you can make OTHER people do your charity, your work, and your morality FOR you.

  5. Professor Hale says:

    Wow. When Brad Manning calls you weak, you are toast. Not even a gym membership and a personal trainer is going to help you come back from that.

  6. MAS says:

    “This vulnerable legacy should remind us that what we really need is a strong and unapologetic progressive to lead us.”

    Probably he is envisioning a leather clad Village People type as he cries “Dominate me!!!”.

  7. Steve2 says:

    Liberals have zero honor or loyalty, and I’m so glad these degenerates are now in the minority. It seems that everyone with a shred of decency has deserted the moonbat movement, seeing what a disgusting society liberals want to bring about. I just hope liberals continue to be marginalized as time goes on. If we’re lucky, in 10 years liberals will just be some insane, smelly little underground cult; mocked, detested and ignored by the rest of America.

  8. Jester says:

    This vulnerable legacy should remind us that what we really need is a strong and unapologetic progressive to lead us

    Wow. I’m shocked. An LGBTQXYZ person lamenting the fact that our country isn’t far enough to the furthest, hardest, most extreme Left? Who woulda thunk it? I would’ve never predicted it. Say it isn’t so.


  9. KHarn says:

    I’m still expecting a lawyer to put up the defense that a conviction should be over-turned because his client is no longer the sex that he was when convicted and is therefore a DIFFERENT person!

  10. KHarn says:

    In the book “An American Guerilla In The Philippines”, there was a scene where a guerilla leader brought the body of an informant to the man’s wife. When the woman protested that they should have shown mercy because he was afraid of what the Japs would do to them, the leader calmly said: “He was weak when he should have been strong”.

  11. Bodhisattva says:

    I do not dispute a single word you posted – however, I will make the point that Obama deserves to be denounced. Maybe it is the pot calling the kettle black (accidental pun included) in this case, but hey, in all honesty Obama really deserves to be denounced in so many ways so you can hardly blame BRADLEY Manning for doing it DESPITE the fact he SHOULD be grateful. Then again you do point out that this action to set him free is a clear example of kowtowing to the LGBTQXYZ community – and I add also perhaps an unintentional admission that if Hillary is to stay free, there’s no right or reason to keep BRADLEY Manning locked up. But what about Kristian Saucier, who took photos of classified areas in a sub – though he knew he was not supposed to do so – and got jailed for that? Why isn’t he released? Because he’s not LGBTQXYZ is a reasonable answer. What damage to national security and image did he do? None at all. HE is the one that DESERVED to be released and I heard today Trump is looking into doing just that.

    Make no mistake – the law, as written, says Saucier did wrong and should be punished for it if you read it very strictly, but here’s where you’re supposed to ask if his action actually did any harm. My guess is it did not – and for that reason he should definitely have gotten some sort of punishment – perhaps reduction in rank, reduction in pay, some unpleasant duties for a time or some administrative actions, but not jail. That, as far as I know, was clearly the wrong answer, particularly given what Crooked Hillary did and got off scott free… so far, anyway.

  12. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Excellent point. Plus, how many of those secret documents made in onto Hillary’s email server?

  13. rex freeway says:

    Anyone else think this freak should think real hard about laying low when it gets out? I can only hope it is to stupid and thinks America is on it’s side.

  14. Giorgio Palmas says:

    Why was this soft little pipsqueak even allowed in the service? Emma Stone could punch his lights out.

  15. 762x51 says:

    I’m forced to wonder how many blanket parties this douche was “guest of honor” at during training?

    Good thing he was a clerk, he clearly couldn’t survive in the combat arms, either some enterprising hajji would smoke check him or his own team would have fragged him.

    We already know that the suicide rate among “transgendered” is 10 times the national average. All I can say to BRADLEY is, sooner is better than later.

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  17. Narrator 1 says:

    He doesn’t know what he’s really asking for.

    The minute we get a “strong and unapologetic” progressive leader, useless worms like him will be among the first to be lined up against the wall and liquidated. That’s how it always goes.

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