WASHINGTON — CIA Director John Brennan has admitted that he personally hacked into the White House’s computers.
In an exclusive interview with a solitary reporter, Brennan said that after Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D.Cal) criticized his agency for breaking into the computer files of the Senate Intelligence Committee, of which she is Chair, “We might as well just go after the White House computers as well.”
“After all,” Brennan continued, “We have to keep up with the NSA. If there is something that we can do to continue invading the privacy of all Americans, especially the president and his staff, we should do it.”
Commenting on this latest development in the continuing cyber controversy, a jealous Edward Snowden, tweeting from Moscow, said “I’ve been meaning to disclose that myself. I am very sorry that the solitary reporter beat me to it.”
White House spokesman Jay Carney said that he is horrified that the solitary reporter is clamoring for as much attention as Snowden has been receiving. “I thought he was on our side,” Carney said.