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Edward Snowden risked his life and freedom to expose illegal government spying and human rights abuses. Tell @realDonaldTrump to #PardonSnowden now.
Edward Snowden exposed the U.S. government’s illegal mass surveillance programs, along with shocking collusion between large technology companies and spy agencies. He risked everything to blow the whistle and help protect all of our basic human rights. He’s been in exile for long enough. It’s time to bring him home.
Snowden has become a global symbol of basic freedom and government transparency for people from across the political spectrum. Now there’s a real chance to get him pardoned.Everyone from the ACLU to Senator "_blank">Rand Paul has spoken out in support of the embattled whistleblower, and now even President Trump has indicated his potential support for a pardon. The administration is testing the waters. If we show overwhelming support to #PardonSnowden right now, we could finally get justice for him, and set a precedent that protects whistleblowers, journalists, and defenders of human rights in the future.
President Trump is considering a pardon for Edward Snowden, but he needs to know that the American public supports this action. Sign the petition now to urge the president to allow this heroic whistleblower to return home to America without fear of prosecution.