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Some context here: The day before Russian military operations against the Ukraine began, Snowden confidently and categorically denied even the possibility of an invasion.
He was wrong, he admitted it, and he shut the f%$# up.
Compare that to someone like David Frum, or Peter Beinart, or Tom Friedman, or David Brooks, or William Kristol, or Michael O’Hanlon, etc., who have never admitted error in a meaningful way, and, more significantly, never shut the f%$# up.
I should probably follow Mr. Snowden’s example, but probably won’t, because I am a bit of a tool.