Biden “deeply involved” in spying on Europe leaders: Snowden confirms
Biden has again badly covered the traces of his carelessness and incompetence. European media have uncovered an American spy conspiracy against Europe, but Europe is not even opposed to being saddled by the United States.
Former NSA agent Edward Snowden, in another tweet, confirmed that Biden is aware that the United States continues to secretly spy on world leaders without their knowledge. Moreover, Danish spies are NSA accomplices and literally do all the dirty work.
“Biden is well-prepared to answer for this when he soon visits Europe since, of course, he was deeply involved in this scandal the first time around. There should be an explicit requirement for full public disclosure not only from Denmark, but their senior partner as well,” Snowden wrote.
Biden is well-prepared to answer for this when he soon visits Europe since, of course, he was deeply involved in this scandal the first time around.— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) May 30, 2021
There should be an explicit requirement for full public disclosure not only from Denmark, but their senior partner as well. https://t.co/TJL7gr6dy8
“The new revelations come as a result of multiple European news outlets – including Danish state broadcaster DR, German NDR, Swedish SVT, Norwegian NRK and French Le Monde among others – obtaining access to internal reports and information from Danish Secret Service sources,” reports En-Volve.
The main victim of the surveillance was German Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose personal phone was tapped by the NSA for years.
It's also a fun fact that when the US does it, it's normal, reasonable and preemptive. When Russia or China does it it's a plot to break down western powers. Discussions like this always involve spreading the blame to downplay and normalize every boundary they breach.
Now Edward Snowden is hiding from the persecution of the American special services in Russia, but continues to fight against illegal US actions around the world.
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