It is as though these guys would like us to believe there a no more decent individuals who would stand up for morals and values. If in Snowdens shoes, I would have done the same with no need to be groomed. If Russia was really just trying to get information, then why make it public? At the beginning of all this the acted as if Snowden was a nobody, now somehow he has warped into a spy, very convenient.
Sunday talk shows: Snowden is a Russian agent
by Jon Rappoport
January 20, 2014
This is how media propaganda is done. Outlets that are supposed to be coming to their own conclusions present the same story, as one united front.
“Everybody ready? Got your lines straight? We all agree? Both sides of the aisle? Okay, go!”
In this case, the occasion was the Sunday network news-talk shows, and the target was Edward Snowden.
The shows followed on the heels of Obama’s Friday speech, in which the President defended the NSA and its “necessary actions.”
To bolster that message, the Sundays shows hit Snowden hard.
The specter of Russia was rolled out. Both Democratic and Republican legislators had their ducks in a row. They did innuendo, suggestion, “expert” inference.
Republican Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, appeared on Face the Nation (CBS) and Meet the Press (NBC).
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