Handcuffs or a hero’s welcome? What would Snowden find in America?

Source: The Libertarian Republic
by Eric Brakey

“Eight years in exile, Edward Snowden dreams of returning home. Only twenty-nine when he saw his country for the last time, Snowden set out—like Paul Revere ten generations before him—on an uncertain journey to warn his countrymen of an unseen threat. Guilty of obeying his oath to the Constitution, he is pursued by those who have broken theirs. To this day, the ongoing prosecution of Snowden endangers more than the fate of one whistleblower, representing a clear break from the constitutional government of America’s founding into the dystopian superstate it has become.” (11/10/21)