I mean, honestly: what’s the point?
For years, the Central Intelligence Agency denied it had a secret file on MIT professor and famed dissident Noam Chomsky. But a new government disclosure obtained by The Cable reveals for the first time that the agency did in fact gather records on the anti-war iconoclast during his heyday in the 1970s.
The disclosure also reveals that Chomsky’s entire CIA file was scrubbed from Langley’s archives, raising questions as to when the file was destroyed and under what authority.
Were they spying on somebody relevant at the time that just hung around Chomsky? – That would make sense: God knows that the antiwar movement has always been a hotbed of subversion, sedition, foreign espionage, and general hatred of Western Civilization in general and the United States of America in particular.
…Oh, I’m sorry: did I accidentally let it slip that Chomsky’s hella overrated as a political philosopher? My bad.
Via Hot Air Headlines.
PS: Let me get this pro forma denunciation out of the way …Bad CIA! Bad! No biscuit!