Greenwald Quits "The Intercept" After Own Writings Blocked By "Editors"

Glenn Greenwald has quit the Intercept, a publication he founded in partnership with Laura Poitras and Pierre Omidyar's money, as part of failing to publish the Edward Snowden leaks.

Greenwald claims that the failure of Intercept editors to publish his writing for ideological reasons has revealed them to be just another mainstream outlet trapped in ideological lockstep with the other partisan outlets. For some reason this revelation failed to strike Greewald when "The Intercept" managed to regularly lead to the arrests of whistle blowers leaking to the publication when the secrets being leaked actually struck at the USG's national security circus.

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