Rand to Wolf: Clapper is as guilty as Snowden.

Rand Paul answering questions from Wolf Blitzer.  Photo is a screen-cap of the video.

Rand Paul answering questions from Wolf Blitzer. Photo is a screen-cap of the video.

It’s hard for most of us to watch Wolf Blitzer at work; a fact that is apparent simply by taking ratings into account.  The first half of Wolf’s interview with Rand Paul demonstrates exactly why Blitzer is dismissed by a lot of Conservatives.  By pushing the lamestream narrative that Republicans have been unwilling to compromise, and the President and the Democrats are innocent, compromising angels, Blitzer shows his liberal bias masquerading as fair-minded toughness as an interviewer.

In the second half of the discussion, Blitzer moves to relatively safer ground in asking Senator Paul some questions regarding the NSA surveillance program and the recent Court determination that at least some of the NSA’s intel-gathering is unconstitutional.  Without using the exact wording of the headline, Rand Paul seems to indicate that he thinks James Clapper, NSA Director, is as guilty of lying to Congress as Edward Snowden is guilty of espionage.  Watch the video, and let us know what y’all think.

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