Here we go again, another story by Glenn Greenwald. According to Globo, the National Security Agency spied on millions of emails and calls of Brazilians.
Here's a rough translation of our article in Sunday's Globo: US spied on millions of e-mails and calls of Brazilians http://t.co/pMZyEG9KsY
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) July 6, 2013
Here’s an excerpt from Glenn Greenwald’s article in the Globo (translated in Google): “In the last decade, people residing or in transit in Brazil, as well as companies operating in the country, have become targets of espionage National Security Agency of the United States (National Security Agency – NSA, its acronym in English). There are no precise figures, but last January Brazil was just behind the United States, which had 2.3 billion phone calls and messages spied.”
So, Edward Snowden didn’t have a problem with what the U.S. was doing under the Bush administration and suddenly cared during President Obama’s second term in office? He’s a traitor who needs to be brought to justice. Glenn Greenwald throws a hissy-fit every time someone criticizes him on Twitter.