Glenn Greenwald Calls Out Mika Brzezinski For Spewing "White House Talking Points"
Chris | InformationLiberation
In this clip from 'Morning Joe,' Glenn Greenwald forwardly calls out MSNBC propagandist Mika Brzezinski for spewing White House talking points as though they're her own opinions. It's absolutely hilarious and a delight to watch.
Note, at the end of the segment, CFR president Richard Haas, who said throughout the interview the spying is as American as apple pie, after Mika and Joe agree "most American's want" the spying programs, tells them confidently to "wait until the next terrorist attack," as though that will somehow prove some sort of point and justify the whole surveillance state. Scarborough even exclaims "boy, that's the trump card," as though the existence of terrorism somehow ends the debate.
This "next terrorist attack," which he is so eagerly awaiting, should be blamed entirely on the people running the state-security-monopoly who failed to stop said "terrorist attack" despite having a total monopoly on "law and order," an Orwellian surveillance state, a fascist police state, the largest military in the world by far, and trillions of dollars at their disposal to supposedly stop such an attack.
Of course, on 9/11, they couldn't even defend their own headquarters in the form of the Pentagon.
Incidentally, Mika Brzezinski is the daughter of Zbignew Brzezinski, the former National Security Adviser who helped arm Afghan militants (who became Al-Qaeda) to fight the soviets, who later carried out 9/11. Funny how that works, isn't it? We need to give up all our rights to fight the terrorists they created.
Fact is the government has no incentive to stop terrorism, as every terrorist attack nets them more power and larger budgets, they in fact have every incentive to create terrorism and let it occur unopposed.
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