Is it treason for NSA leaker Edward Snowden to expose criminal, unconstitutional activity within the government, or is it treason for Obama to allow and advocate the same criminal activity that violates the Constitution he swore to uphold?
As traitors against the Constitution and reality like Senator Dianne Feinstein denounce Edward Snowden’s recent NSA leak as treason, it’s important to remember that Snowden was actually acting within the oath that he swore to uphold when joining the United States military. Specifically, Snowden is blowing the whistle on blatant intrusions that completely dismiss the Fourth Amendment as a whole.
And it just so happens that the Constitution stands as the prime law of the land, superseding all forms of federal law that violates the rights and liberties of the people. Rights and liberties that Snowden’s leaks actually seek to protect through the release of pertinent information — the kind that may ultimately lead to Snowden’s death at the hands of intelligence entities who seek to silence him from releasing further information.
Now let’s compare what Snowden has done to what Obama did and continues to do. Snowden, who is being labeled as a treasonous criminal now by politicians and some media sources (that are losing all credibility), risked his life to show the United States population just how far the government has gone in disrupting and dismantling their Fourth Amendment rights. Obama, on the other hand, continues to defend and bolster the attack on the Fourth Amendment — even signing into renewal once again spy legislation like the Patriot Act and the NDAA.
The very kind he swore to oppose during his campaigning speeches. Do you see the difference here?
The focus of the nation is being purposefully misdirected, pushed away from Obama’s allowance and support of anti-Constitution spy tactics and instead focused on a misguided debate of whether or not Edward Snowden has committed treason. For an event that should have turned into an explosive period in history hundreds of times larger than Watergate, we now see the power of the mainstream media to keep reality ‘on the down low’ while at the same time blaming Edward Snowden for the crimes of US government heads.