Laura Ingraham hosted Glenn Greenwald.
Greenwald responded to Rand Paul's suit against President Obama's NSA spy policy by saying that most people have learned that President Obama's speeches and promises have been discounted as self-serving and of meaningless. Greenwald stated that the Fourth Amendment was decreed for just such abuses. He noted that such issues unite progressives and conservatives. He is skieptical of Rep. Mike Rogers contention that Edward Snowden is a tool of Russia and that the government doesn't know what he has. He defended Snowden by saying he didn't sell the information or give it over to a foreign government. He said Snowden tried to go through channels to report the wide sweep of NSA spying, noting even Senators Wyden and Udall were nervous in demending information. He said that as a result of the Jamie Gorelick situation in which there were walls constructed between various agencies, that by taking them down, information is available more easily.