Who said "when exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are being ruled by criminals"?

b) do you agree with this statement?

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  • 1 week ago

    Edward Sowden.

    And I absolutely, 100% do agree. Any patriotic American should. I'm posting this on the Inauguration day of Joe Biden, the night after Trump issued 143 Presidential Pardons.

    Little Wayne, the rapper, received a presidential pardon for an idiotic self-inflicted gun charge.

    But Edward Snowden, the man who risked everything to serve the entirety of the American People by exposing the most grand Constitutionally-Breaking Crime committed by the US Government(In my personal lifetime)- Did not receive a pardon.

    That should be a red flag to every single American. The fact that the people who committed the crime, ousted the heroic patriotic exposer of the crime, and labeled him a "Traitor"; should warrant serious scrutiny of the US Government. It makes me truly sad that I, as a single American citizen, cannot do anything to help the man who threw his life away to serve us all. It really sucks.

    I hope that one day there is justice for Edward Snowden. If anyone truly & genuinely deserves a Presidential Pardon, it is him.

    -Signed, a concerned American citizen.

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