During a round of morning interviews with several of the major television networks on Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry accused NSA [National Security Agency] leaker Edward Snowden of engaging in the same kind of betrayal and traitorous activities that Kerry once participated in.
When Kerry returned from the Vietnam War in the early 70's, he accused his fellow American soldiers of committing war crimes. Kerry's accusations provoked the ire of countless Vietnam War vets who said that not only was Kerry falsely maligning them, but that he was guilty of betrayal and that he was harming American POW's in Vietnam, and that he was essentially advocating on behalf of the North Vietnamese, and strengthening the enemy. Vietnam War vets labeled Kerry a traitor.
Likewise, Secretary of State Kerry said on Wednesday: "Edward Snowden is a coward. He is a traitor. And he has betrayed his country... What he's done is hurt his country."
Mr. Kerry's comments are a clear substantiation of the old adage: "It takes one to know one."
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