Lionized as a hero, Edward Snowden psyop for Amnesty?
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Get ready Mr. and Mrs. America! Your president, back on American soil from Africa just one day before, will present you with a red, white and blue wrapped present in time for Independence Day. It’s Amnesty in a beribboned July 4 package, but with the help of Judas-like sellouts, including Marco Rubio, John McCain, Lindsey Graham and other RINOs siding with In-Office-Forever-Democrats, it will be called ‘Bringing Fellow Americans Out of the Shadows’.
And while it’s well on the way to going down, all eyes have been on that Artful Dodger hero, ‘The Red Herring that Brought Amnesty to America’, Edward Snowden.
The big picture on the Drudge Report earlier today day was a Chinese banner reading “Save Snowden, Save Freedom”.
“HONG KONG (AP)—A former National Security Agency contractor wanted by the United States for revealing highly classified surveillance programs has been allowed to leave for a “third country” because a U.S. extradition request did not fully comply with Hong Kong law, the territory’s government said Sunday.”
Is anyone other than Canada Free Press (CFP) and Accuracy in Media’s Cliff Kincaid suggesting that the Obama administration has to leave Snowden as ‘The Spy Who Never Comes in from the Cold’ in order to pull off its latest psyop mission?
“The White House had no immediate comment about Snowden’s departure, which came a day after the United States made a formal request for his extradition and gave a pointed warning to Hong Kong against delaying the process of returning him to face trial in the U.S.” (AP, June 23, 2013).
How pointed? The mission is an epic fail and slippery Snowden is on his way to Venezuela via Moscow and Cuba.
Doesn’t anyone find it more than passing odd how the horse is always long out of the barn before the Obama administration reacts?
The ‘juice’ of the Snowden-on-the-run story comes from Moscow, China and the entire looking-for-a-hero-to-worship social media.
“MOSCOW (Reuters) - Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is booked on a flight from Moscow to Cuba on Monday, Russian news agencies Interfax and Itar-Tass cited sources at Russian airline Aeroflot as saying on Sunday.
Itar-Tass cited its source as saying Snowden would fly from Havana to the Venezuelan capital, Caracas.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said it was looking into the situation and confirmed Snowden may be planning to travel through Moscow as a transit passenger en route to another destination.”—(Writing by Steve Gutterman; Editing by Alison Williams)
Years in the future when someone’s great-great grandchild wants to know how America became an overnight borderless state, the answer will be, it went down when millions were reading a spy novel called Edward Snowden.