Speaking via Skype to the Socialism 2013 conference in Chicago Thursday, attorney-turned-journalist Glenn Greenwald Greenwald paints a strikingly different portrait of Edward Snowden from that of the grandiose or paranoid narcissist portrayed by so many from the MSM.
In addition to his resounding defense of the former Central Intelligence employee-turned-leaker, Greenwald cites a document created in December by the NSA’s Secret Source Operations unit celebrating “capture of the one trillionth piece of email Internet metadata.”
NSA captures and stores a billion cell phones a day, according to another document he cites. And while they’re not all eavesdropped as they happen, the calls are stored away, waiting. . .