Edward Snowden, Russian Spy
Over the weekend, US Senator Mike Rogers intimated that Edward Snowden had been working for the Russians. “Let me just say this,” he said. “I believe there’s a reason he ended up in the hands, the loving arms, of an FSB agent in Moscow. I don’t think that’s a coincidence.”
Rogers offered no evidence to support this claim other than Snowden had clearly planned his flight to Hong Kong and would have been incapable of doing this without help; and didn’t have the technical expertise to perform the hack on his own (but still no supporting evidence for either assertion).
Nevertheless, the Independent Journal Review seems to have accepted this hook, line and sinker:
This has been suspected by many others as well. Either the fact that Snowden was able to get easy access to such secretive information means it’s very poorly guarded and could be easily abused, or he was receiving aid from Russia in order to hack the NSA’s files.
Congressman Gives Reasons Why He Thinks Russia Helped Snowden Leak
So there we have, in black and white and therefore without a doubt: Edward Snowden was not a whistleblower – he is a Russian Spy!
The mind, as they say, boggles.