Nearly three years after Edward Snowden bypassed the intelligence community’s own process for reporting wrongdoing and leaked troves of classified documents to Glenn Greenwald, the system for protecting whistle-blowers inside the national security state remains broken.
This is the view of current and former intelligence officials, national security lawyers and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Their message is simple: Whistle-blowers are often too intimidated to take their case to the inspectors general and Congress.
That is why it is up to we the people to protect whistle blowers,So if someone blows the whistle and anyone pulls up at their door then we all pull up to that door.
We can not count on a corrupt government to protct us.