(Joe Hoft) Many are calling for the pardon of Edward Snowden for uncovering the spying of all Americans by the Deep State.
(Arjun Walia) Exploring the 2020 election aftermath can be confusing. A slew of partisan perspectives, mainstream media holding to a lockstep narrative, and much of alt media sitting on the other end of the extreme. But where can we get election information we can trust? That’s a good question, and one we feel will be answered as a bit more time passes. We are preparing a report on what factual election fraud we’ve found, but for now, we’ll start here.
(Mac Salvo) Edward Snowden has a warning for those who are giving up liberty for a false sense of security: the temporary mass surveillance measures put in place will be anything but temporary. Snowden says that these measures are not worth giving up even more liberty.
(Jake Anderson) Joe Rogan, whose interest in UFOs is well known, pressed Snowden on the topic of aliens during a recent interview.
Bigger Than Snowden. Neuro Weapons. Directed Energy Weapons. Mind Control. Targeted Individuals. 5G
(Vic Bishop) Since 2013 the real government whistleblower, Edward Snowden, has been in political asylum in Russia, where he continues to write books and tell his story of how as an employee of the NSA he discovered that the government was breaking the law in constructing a massive surveillance state. Today, the surveillance is such a ubiquitous par of our lives, that people have come to see it as a normal part of everyday life, and hardly any politician bothers to work against it. It’s here to stay, sadly.
(Matt Agorist) “This is important for the record. I am not now, nor have I ever been suicidal,” Snowden says. “If I happen to fall out of a window, you can be sure I was pushed.”
(Zero Hedge) On the very day Edward Snowden’s new memoir, “Permanent Record,” hit bookshelves, the US government has filed a lawsuit which could end in the Department of Justice (DOJ) freezing the book’s revenue.