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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Donald Trump: "Death to Edward Snowden"

The Sam Adams Award
Edward Snowden (3rd R) receives the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence Award (SAAII) alongside UK WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison (2nd R) who took Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow and obtained his asylum and the United States government whistleblowers who presented the award (L-R) Coleen Rowley (FBI), Thomas Drake (NSA), Jesselyn Raddack (DoJ) and Ray McGovern (CIA) on October 9, 2013 in Moscow, Russia.

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Edward Snowden gets Sam Adams Award for "Integrity In Intelligence”

Trump: "What's a Bill of Rights?"

  • Lovers of Liberty take note  -  The 4th Amendment was being openly raped by the Democrats and the GOP.  But Donald Trump's reaction was to call for the execution of the man who brought it to our attention rather than attack those spying on the public.

(Infowars News)  -  Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump called for the execution of Edward Snowden during a 2013 appearance on “Fox & Friends,” labeling the whistleblower a “traitor” for disclosing the National Security Agency’s illegal activities.
“You know, spies in the old days used to be executed,” Trump said.
Since Snowden first revealed the NSA’s widespread surveillance practices more than two years ago, the hotel tycoon has repeatedly called for both the death and imprisonment of the former intelligence contractor.
Only days after his initial comment, the reality TV host again repeated his desire to see Snowden put to death during a followup interview on Fox News.
“I think he’s a terrible traitor, and you know what we used to do in the good old days when we were a strong country? You know what we used to do to traitors, right?” Trump asked.
“Well, we used to kill them, Donald,” Fox host Eric Bolling responded.
Although Trump is currently facing criticism for reversing his stance on multiple issues, the real estate magnate has remained consistent in his disdain for Snowden.
Early last month during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Trump again referred to Snowden as a “total traitor,” pledging to deal with the whistleblower “harshly” as president.

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