The Voice of the White House
Washington, D.C. March 30, 2017: “Glenn Greenwald is very upset because various commentators are voicing the opinion that Edward Snowden worked for Russian intelligence.
He says that he met Edward in Hong Kong at a hotel and this proves that he did not work for Putin and his evil people.
In point of fact, Edward did work for Russian intelligence.
He quit the CIA in disgust at the nature of their work and reported some of it to WikiLeaks.
He was recommended by them to return to some kind of intelligence work and it was suggested, by WikiLeaks people, that Edward could work for Booz Hamiltion but in Hawaii because that branch of the company had not installed identification devices on their computers that indicated what operator downloaded, or looked at, what subjects. When Edward had downloaded an immense amount of the most sensitive material, he went to Hong Kong where some said he was staying at the Russian consulate there.
Mr. Greenwald says he actually met him in a Hong Kong hotel so the stories about a Russian connection were entirely false.
And then after Snowden’s American passport was cancelled, he was able to get on a Russian Aeroflot aircraft and fly to Moscow.
When the media learned of this, they flocked to the Moscow airport to be able to interview Snowden and, in one case, a CIA hit man was ready to shoot him dead on the spot.
The Aeroflot plane landed, stopped on the tarmac and someone got off and was driven away in one of the two Russian cars that drove up on the side of the aircraft out of sight of the press.
In the intelligence community, Snowden’s haul is considered to be the largest in history.
And actually, who owns WikiLeaks?
Certainly not the CIA.”
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