Just check out the highly suspicious death of Michael Hastings.
“Just check out the highly suspicious death of Michael Hastings.”
Indeed. It appears that Snowden is engaging in PSYOPS against our government.
As for the “one bullet would take care of it” crowd, I’d like to know what these people would do if they worked in an environment where daily abuses of their fellow citizens privacy and the mass collection of private data were collected and disseminated, in direct contradiction to the U.S. Constitution and our Bill of Rights?
Remain silent and allow the abuse to continue unfettered?
Sorry, but if that’s the case, I would consider Snowden the Patriot as opposed to those who would choose silence as some form of perverse duty. Duty to what and who?
That may change, depending on how Snowden acts going forward, but as of today, that man is a hero in my opinion.
Hastings was much more dangerous than Fast Eddie.
All the information that Fast Eddie has is most likely operational information about how we spy.
Hastings was dangerous because he was looking into botched shipments of American arms out of Benghazi that most likely ended up in the hands of Syrian rebels who were not from Syria.
This is highly embarrassing stuff for our first African American POTUS and our soon to be first female POTUS.
Part of the cover-up was bloodlessly taking down the Director of the CIA the old-fashioned way with a sex scandal.
If Snowden knew the secrets that Hastings was attempting to find but most likely had not gotten his hands on, he would have been a dead body discovered in a Hong Kong hotel room with a suicide note.