Bethesda, MD - Chelsea Manning, the transgender former soldier at the heart of the 2010 WikiLeaks scandal, posted “f**k the police” on Twitter on Jan. 9, which was Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
Manning added the hashtags #DisarmThePolice, #WeGotThis, and #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay to her vulgar Jan. 9 tweet.
316,000 people follow Manning on Twitter.
Manning was known as Bradley Manning, a U.S. Army soldier, when he was court-martialed for espionage in 2013 after having leaked 750,000 documents, many of them classified, to WikiLeaks.
After his conviction, Manning was sent to the Fort Leavenworth military prison. While he was serving time, Manning announced that he identified as a woman, and transitioned to become “Chelsea.”
Since her release, Manning has become an activist for transsexual military personnel, and spends a lot of time on social media, where she’s known for her over usage of emojis.
It was no surprise that she followed her initial anti-police tweet with a barrage of additional cop-hating messages.
She also tweeted “police kill hundreds of people every year with absolute impunity" and “police and prosecutors steal more through ‘civil asset forfeiture’ than all ‘property crime’ combined.”
Her posts were met with harsh criticism on Twitter.
“This person is a disgrace to the uniform that this person once wore,” Malkin said. “Over the last couple of weeks we had everybody on the left, in the media, and in politics pretending to be some sort of licensed psychologist. Well, I will tell you as Dr. Malkin, that this person is absolutely deranged.”