NSA whistleblower is an enemy agent?
The fingerprints of America’s enemies and adversaries are all over the disclosures about the NSA’s terrorist surveillance program. It is significant that NSA contract employee Edward Snowden would flee to Hong Kong—controlled by China—and that he would select Glenn Greenwald, a far-left columnist, as his mouthpiece.Now the case becomes complicated and we have to wonder: do we thank this Snowden or not? His motives do not appear to be altruistic. He even denies that China's government are enemies of America, and was even a Ron Paul supporter 5 years ago. Ugh! In some ways, it's not unlike the case of Julian Assange, who exposed both bad and good info on Wikileaks. And in the end, there's a lot about this case to feel depressed by. What are we supposed to think/make of it? It's all so baffling.
Greenwald, an open homosexual now living with his “husband” in Brazil, came to our attention in 2009 when he proudly received an award named after I.F. Stone, a leftist journalist exposed as a Soviet agent.
After first giving Greenwald and his then-secret source tons of favorable publicity and softball coverage, the media seem to be having second thoughts, with CNN asking about Snowden, “Is this guy a hero or a traitor? ” Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee’s Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, told the channel that Snowden is “a defector” from the U.S.
Former CIA officer Robert Baer told CNN that Edward Snowden may be a Chinese agent under the control of the Chinese regime. Referring to the fact that Snowden has fled to Hong Kong, Baer said  the region is “controlled by Chinese intelligence” and that “I’ve talked to a bunch of people in Washington today in official positions and they are looking at this as a potential Chinese espionage case.”
Update: here's more from Bridget Johnson at PJ Media. Plus, John Bolton says that Snowden is a treasonist.