With a move that will have liberals screaming in ecstasy, it appears that none other than Chelsea Manning will be making a run for a U.S. Senate seat as a Democrat.
The former U.S Army soldier who passed on a boatload of classified State Department cables to whistleblower organization WikiLeaks was sprung from prison for his crimes by the outgoing Barack Obama and continues to advance up the ladder of perversion due to his/her being an open transvestite.
Formerly known by the birthname of Bradley, Manning adopted the transgender identity while he was languishing in prison and in doing so, immediately became one of the most celebrated LGBTQ∞ figures in America.
— Chelsea E. Manning (@xychelsea) January 9, 2018
Just days after Manning came out with an obscene tweet showing his contempt for authority to commemorate Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, he/she has capitalized on the attention to launch a 2018 run against septuagenarian establishment cadaver Ben Cardin for one of Maryland’s U.S. Senate seats.
— You-Lis-Eez (@y00lz) January 13, 2018
Chelsea Manning, the transgender Maryland woman convicted of sharing thousands of military documents with Wikileaks, has filed her candidacy to challenge Sen. Ben Cardin in this year’s election.
Manning declared her intentions Jan. 5 with the Federal Election Commission, which posted the document on its website Thursday. She is running as a Democrat.
Manning, a 30-year-old Oklahoma native, had previously lived in Montgomery County before enlisting in the Army and eventually facing a court-martial for leaking classified and sensitive information. She moved back to Maryland last year after President Barack Obama commuted her 35-year sentence in the final days of his administration.
She is at least the fourth candidate lined up to unseat Cardin, according to state election records, but by far the most well known. Previously known as Bradley Manning, she has been held up as a heroic whistleblower by some and maligned as a traitor by others for revealing information about military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and about detainees at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Cardin, who served 20-year tenures in the Maryland House of Delegates and the U.S. House of Representatives before succeeding retiring U.S. Sen. Paul Sarbanes in 2007, is not considered particularly vulnerable to challenge.
He had an approval rating of 50 percent as recently as October, according to Morning Consult. That was around the middle of the pack for all senators and 2 percentage points higher than Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat who won the race to replace former Sen. Barbara Mikulski in 2016.
Cardin’s campaign had about $2 million on hand as of Sept. 30, according to federal campaign finance records.
Representatives for Cardin did not immediately return calls for comment Saturday.
Not that getting rid of an insanely xenophobic, corrupt warmongering lunatic like Cardin would be a bad thing but Manning represents an entirely different set of problems with the cult of identity politics.
Ideally, Manning will appeal to snowflakes and racially obsessed voters and draw just enough votes away from Cardin to flip the seat to the GOP.