Since The Guardian first began revealing the secret surveillance practices of the NSA many government officials have defended the controversial program.When Edward Snowden was identified as the man behind the information leak, an international manhunt has ensued to bring the whistleblower to justice, but could Snowden’s actions have an economic fallout? RT’s Sam Sacks and Bob English join us for more.
I just wish they would spend as much time and effort rounding up the criminal illegal aliens and shipping them home. Oh, thats right. The Dem-o-rats need illegals and dead people to vote so they can win elections. I almost forgot. . . . EDITOR
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Days after the name Edward Snowden made headlines for being the source behind one of the most significant leaks involving the National Security Agency’s surveillance of Americans, the former employee of the CIA has gone into hiding. The whistleblower, who some are calling a hero, has been fired for violating his company’s code of ethics and now the Obama administration is on the hunt for the leaker. Many believe that Snowden’s fate has already been determined and Michael Brooks, producer for The Majority Report, and Jesselyn Raddack with the Government Accountability Project, weigh in on the Obama administration’s hunt for the Snowden.
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