Ruth Marcus, Presstitute Extraordinaire

The latest installment in her crusade to defame the one man who dared to expose NSA abuses against the American public:

"Insufferable is the first adjective evoked by Snowden’s recent interview with Barton Gellman in The Post, but it has numerous cousins: smug, self-righteous, egotistical, disingenuous, megalomaniacal, overwrought.  The Snowden of Gellman’s interview is seized with infuriating certitude about the righteousness of his cause...The whistleblower personality is rarely an attractive one...So perhaps it is not a surprise that the biggest whistleblower of all time has an unpleasant personality to match...  My metadata almost certainly hasn’t been scrutinized; even if it has, the content of the calls remains off-limits."

She hates the message (freedom) so like any good presstitute,
she tries to kill the messenger.

We're supposed to trust our Government and its Holy of Holies, the National Security Administration, which (among countless other abuses) explicitly transfers raw intelligence on Americans to Israel.  Why?  Shut up, that's why.

So: how looney does a neocon have to be to make the zionists at the New Yorker and the New York Times look reasonable?

Biographical notes from Wikipedia... a classic "governmedia" type...
Ruth Marcus was born in Philadelphia and grew up in a Jewish family in Livingston, New Jersey.[4] Both her parents were pharmacists. She attended school in Livingston with and has remained a close friend of fellow columnist Mona Charen.[5] 

Marcus is married to former Federal Trade Commission Chairman and Democrat Jon Leibowitz.[8] 

Nothing matters but the Tribe.  Nothing.

What say you?

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