We’ve looked at Ken Dilanian’s Twitter timeline and we don’t yet see a groveling apology for his crime of misgendering traitor Chelsea Manning while covering the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Guess the higher-ups haven’t called him into the office yet.

Mediaite reports:

On Thursday morning’s edition of MSNBC Live With Hallie Jackson, Dilanian was explaining the charges that Assange faces if he is extradited to the United States.

“Specifically, Chelsea Manning was an army private stationed in Iraq, he was downloading hundreds of thousands of top-secret U.S. government files from the military and from the State Department, and he was sending them to Assange and Wikileaks to make public,” Dilanian said, twice referring to Manning as “he.”

According to the Human Rights Campaign, journalists should “Respect transgender people by using the names and pronouns they use in daily life,” and notes that “If you’re a reporter and not sure, the AP Stylebook advises that you should ‘use the pronoun consistent with the way the individuals live publicly.’”


No, the AP Stylebook and the Human Rights Campaign both demand that he be crucified.

Not according to the woke brigade which descended on Dilanian:

We’re pretty disgusted with NBC News a lot of the time, but not for this.

Will he be forced to apologize? Stay tuned!