Greenwald to Bolling: Gov't Labels People Like Snowden 'Traitors,' History Calls Them 'Patriots'YouTube
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Journalist Glenn Greenwald joined Eric Bolling on Hannity Friday night to talk about the continuing debate over the NSA and Edward Snowden, especially the question of whether Snowden is a patriot or a traitor. Bolling and Greenwald took note of how this debate does not fall neatly along political lines, and Greenwald said "the breakdown is do you have primary allegiance to the government... or is your allegiance to the Constitution?"
He told Bolling that since the the time of the Founders, the government has always branded people like Snowden, trying to get information to the people, as traitors, but ultimately "history views them as patriots."