THERE IS A REASON WHY THEY CALL OBAMA A COMMUNITY AGITATOR AND THE DIVIDER IN CHIEF …
Lame duck president Barack Obama has commuted the 35 year prison sentence of traitor Bradley/Chelsea Manning. Why does nothing this president does surprise me anymore? Manning was found guilty in 2013 and her sentence was originally set to end on May 17, 2045. Now it will end in May of this year, taking 28 years off the conviction. My how the times have changed and the genders, Obama was singing a different tune in 2011, when he said Manning, then known as Bradley, “broke the law” and deserved punishment. Isn’t this quite amazing as the move comes at a time when WikiLeaks is in the cross-hairs of the Obama administration and Democrat lawmakers for its role in spreading hacked Wikileaks emails of Team Hillary Clinton and the DNC. But to a double standard, divisive individual like Obama there are leak you praise and go soft on like the ones that threaten u.s. national security.
What kind of a message does this send to the world and our Allies? Obama, leave … just leave, before you do any more damage to this country.
President Obama on Tuesday commuted the prison sentence of former Army soldier Chelsea Manning, according to the White House.
Manning was convicted in 2013 of leaking classified information about U.S. national security activities that were later disclosed by WikiLeaks.
The 35-year sentence Manning received was the longest ever imposed for a leak conviction. Manning has already served seven years of her sentence and will now be released on May 17, 2017.
She was originally set to be released be released in 2045.
The New York Times tries to actually paint a sob story for Chelsea Manning discussing his/her attempts at suicide and the harsh sentence that Manning was given. Really, Manning committed treason against the United States and by all accounts should have been executed. But for a divisive trouble maker like Obama, its just one more act in a failed presidency that will cement is legacy of failure and division. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark) probably said it best, “We ought not treat a traitor like a martyr.”