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Saturday, February 11, 2017

Traitor Snowden says report that Russia may turn him over proves he's no spy

Edward Snowden, the traitor who leaked classified material in 2013 and fled the country, is using the report that Russia is thinking about handing him back to the U.S. as a "gift" as evidence that he isn't a spy.

What better way of spying on us once he's exonerated? Imagine the new opportunities the scumbucket will have if we trust him.

"Finally: irrefutable evidence that I never cooperated with Russian intel," the crap weasel tweeted. "No country trades away spies, as the rest would fear they're next."

Unless Russia is playing the long game. 

The scumcrumpet linked his tweet to an NBC News report claiming the Russians are thinking about a handover to "curry favor" with President Trump, citing an unnamed senior U.S. official who said he analyzed intelligence reports detailing the conversations.

Now that Snowden spilled his guts to the Russians and got all they need from him, he's now more useful to them as a bargaining chip, and in this way, Snowden can screw us twice.

The Kremlin, which never lies because it's a sin, has denied that the asshat was a spy. But the granted him asylum and allowed him to stay for "a couple more years."

Mr. Trump hasn't held back his opinion about anything, much less Snowden.

"I said he was a spy and we should get him back. And if Russia respected our country, they would have sent him back immediately, but he was a spy. It didn't take me a long time to figure that one out," he said in March.

Snowden's ACLU lawyer, Ben Wizner, said he didn't know of any plans that would send the low-life scum back to the U.S.

The House Intelligence Committee released a 33-page unclassified report providing a "fuller account" of the seditious scum's crimes and the "reckless disregard he has shown for U.S. national security." It pointed to statements in June 2016 by the deputy chairman of the defense and security committee in the Russian parliament's upper house, who asserted that "Snowden did share intelligence" with the Russian government.

The report said, "Since Snowden's arrival in Moscow, he has had, and continues to have, contact with Russian intelligence services."

So the POS can tweet all he wants, as he tries to convince the country he is innocent of being a spy, but facts are stubborn.

The committee's top Democrat, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, refutes Snowden's defense team who claim the traitor is merely a whistleblower. "Most of the material he stole had nothing to do with American's privacy, and its compromise has been of great value to America's adversaries and those who mean to do America harm," he said.

Wisner dismissed the report and claimed Snowden acted to inform the public.

I guess Russia just lucked out.

But Trump needs to be cautious about Russians bearing gifts.