The article is very misleading in every way.
"Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), one of the chief critics of the surveillance programs, was spotted leaving the briefing."
Earlier in the article they mention that many were leaving during the briefing. They leave it up to the reader to infer that Rand left during, rather than after it was over. Mentioning that he was leaving, implies that he was, in fact, there and not one of the 53 who don't care enough to attend, who they also trash in the article.
Perhaps Rand did leave early, before he heard anything he already knew, and was prevented from speaking about it?
Now the FBI can say "we tried to tell them, they don't care, so it must be ok"
Just open the box and see
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