Chelsea Manning has been making quite a spectacle of himself out on Twitter, taking Michael Morrell´s and Mike Pompeo´s exit from the school as a welcome new opportunity to call attention to himself. He starts with an emoji-filled cheer at news of Morrell´s resignation from his own Harvard post based on its bad judgment in bringing him into the university to ´mentor´ students, declaring it ´good´ that Morrell has pulled out. Not a thought about how Morrell´s exit might affect Harvard, it´s all about himself and his feelings instead. Note the high emoji count, by the way - an advertisement
Here´s another alongside #3 and #5. I appreciate Monica Showalter´s refusal to bow to political correctness. Manning can take a boatload of estrogen and have his privates surgically mutilated, but he will always be male, and a thousand years from now if his bones are forensically investigated, he´ll still be identifiably male. And, like every other tranny, mentally ill, scorchingly so.
Manning is a mentally disturbed nobody of mediocre intelligence and little learning who committed treason and was vaulted to fame by misguided leftists (including Barack Obama) who share his dislike and contempt for the United States of America. His tweets are perfectly in keeping with his emotional problems, his ignorance and his limited understanding. As for his sexual proclivities, which I see as being in addition (although perhaps connected/related) to his other emotional/mental problems, every cell in his body is male, and so is he (a sorry he, but a he).
I´m sorry but every time I see this traitorous ingrate I think of the Aerosmith song "Dude Looks Like a Lady." Manning is nothing but a loathsome idiot who got off scot free for his treachery instead of still being in jail. Thanks to our military hating ex-president this moron will pop up like an unwelcomed guest who won´t go away. Look for him to continue to be in the news with something else equally annoying.
Manning prances around flaunting his new-found freedom as a disgruntled United States citizen who, if he lived anywhere in the Middle East, would have been thrown off a building by now. Every worthwhile country in the world has a military, intelligence services and a police force. Get used to it or try suicide once again, maybe you can get it right next time.
If I had grown up to be 5´ 4", geeky and sexually confused I might have wanted to transform myself into something else too. Just shut up about it.
I´d like to know who at Harvard thought it was appropriate to bring the uneducated s/h/it felon traitor Manning in to "mentor" Harvard students. I´d really like to hear what their reasoning was, what Harvard students stood to gain from contact with Manning and what they were planning to pay for the services. I´m assuming it´s not a volunteer position. Then, I´d like to hear that this person(s) has been fired. Harvard has lost a lot of stature over this.
#8, right. DNA and other features of the skeletal frame would identify the corpse as male. A male who had been mutilated, why or how would be the subject for investigation in another era, when sanity had returned.
BO might like to take him in as a trophy of his 8 years as transformer.
Why would Manning ...ooops... why would Girling want to be a "fellow" anyway?
You can cut off what you don´t want and add what you do want. Pump hormones into your body, change your name, slap on some makeup and hair dye and put on heels. But you are still a nasty little man who betrayed his country in the worst way.
Playing games with the already deranged minds of the mentally ill is extremely cruel. But then, the left is not known for compassion, no matter how many times they say that they are doing everything "to help you".
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