Chelsea Manning left Ft. Leavenworth prison last month. But if you thought she would go quietly, you were wrong.
ABC News held an interview with the traitor who leaked 750,000 secret documents to WikiLeaks, and they just released a teaser for next week’s broadcast. And, as you might have guessed, the interview was fluff. Manning looks like a hero — or is that heroine?
So Manning thinks she had a “responsibility to the public” to release top secret documents. It may have cost the safety of various military and intelligence personnel and foreign agents. So let me ask you this: who the hell died and left this traitor an arbiter of what the public should know? Furthermore, what inept government agency decided that this disturbed person should have access to government secrets?
But she “accepts responsibility” for her actions. Fine. Tell that to the patriots who daily risk their lives in the military or in foreign service to keep the nation safe.
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