Former CIA / NSA Head Michael Hayden: Snowden Is Worse Than Every American Traitor In History
2013-07-22 0:00

From: XRepublic.TV

Red Ice Creations comment: The game to help to "shape" your opinion about Snowden is continuing ...on multiple levels. Because we know how "loved" the CIA and General Michael Hayden is, right? So will you default to the opposite opinion? Reverse psychology anyone?

"Former head of the NSA and the CIA, General Michael Hayden, has said he believes that Edward Snowden is worse than any American “traitor” ever, including Benedict Arnold, for blowing the whistle on government spying."



From: xrepublic.tv




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