It wasn’t even two weeks ago that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden published his letter on Wikileaks — and already it's been banished to the cultural memory hole. It didn't reflect well on anyone. Titled “Statement From Edward Snowden In Moscow,” it should’ve been the Millennials’ “Letter From Birmingham Jail” but instead it’s being treated like an embarrassing family secret that you don’t talk about — let's just pretend it never happened, and move on.
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