RUSH: No, no, no, no. I was not making that up. It’s in The Guardian, the UK Guardian. It’s in the New York Times. The National Security Agency has infiltrated computer games like World of Warcraft. They’re posing as players, as fellow tech bloggers and gamers. They’re trying to apprehend terrorists who might be playing. That’s what they say. They’re spying on people as they play as contestants in these games and my tech blogger buddies are livid. I mean, they feel violated like you can’t believe it. Folks, this is not your father’s NSA.
It wasn’t that long ago the NSA was listening in to what Khrushchev and Brezhnev and Gorbachev were saying. And now the NSA is playing computer games with 14-year-old boys trying to ascertain personal data and terrorist strategies. I’m told Edward Snowden, by the way, is the source for this. It’s the latest in the UK Guardian. And supposedly the morale at the NSA is at an all-time low because of all these leaks that Snowden has done and that people inside the NSA feel very, very depressed that their techniques are now known, having been widely disseminated.