Bradley Manning, the traitor who was convicted of violating the Espionage Act, was sent to prison, changed his name to Chelsea, and was pardoned by Obama. Now he is running for the Senate in Maryland in the Democratic primary against incumbent Senator Ben Cardin. Are there enough mentally ill voters in Maryland to elect Bradley to the Senate? Let´s take a look at Democratic interest groups in Maryland.On the one hand...1) Mentally ill voters. Mentally ill voters, including but not limited to people who believe that you can change your sex, will flock to Bradley´s banner. You could say Bradley
Look... the Heshe isn´t capable of doing anything else. It´s gotta live off the public teat somehow. It doesn´t matter if the Heshe doesn´t have a shot, this sideshow freak will get some pretty good money out of it! That´s all it´s about.
Mr. Manning the cross dressing spy could win in Maryland and after the election you wouldn´t be able to find a person who voted for him. No one will admit it but will surely do it (vote for him) just for the novelty of it.
Maryland is a conservative state except when it comes to voting.Especially the number of union members. There´s 3 main areas of maryland liberals. Balto. city,Price georges and Montgomery county. They are welfare centers or rich people living around the DC area.The rest of Maryland just doesn´t have enough conservative population to match the other 3 areas. Maryland has liberals but they aren´t progressives pushing a radical agenda.
The liberals are whining about Republicans gerrymandering their districts but Omalley combined a DC area county which is 90% liberals with a western maryland which is solidly conservative. So we went for 2 reps in congress to one.
I have a great idea. Combine Maryland, DC, and northern VA. into one really insane state. I am sure those swamp dwellers in Arlington will enjoy carrying these clowns. They have the money to support the slugs.
Manning had his/her/its/their/other´s sentence COMMUTED; he/she/it/they/other was not PARDONED by Zero. Thus I would think the felony conviction is still in force and would prevent Chelsley from holding office.
Of course, try telling that to this hissy, entitled little snit.
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