Breitbart on Wednesday yet again turned attention away from ousted national security Adviser Michael Flynn's potential culpability, and focused more on the legality of information gathering. This as explosive new claims about Russian conversations rocked the White House.

William Binney, an ex-NSA official turned whistleblower, said in an interview with the right-wing publication that the National Security Agency is "absolutely" examining President Donald Trump's phone calls.

Binney also said that the NSA may have also been responsible for a data leak that revealed Michael Flynn misleading Vice President Mike Pence about his phone calls with the Russian ambassador to Washington.

Bringing up claims of hacking and monitoring from 2008

Within the interview, Binney referenced a 2008 report concerning two NSA whistleblowers working at the agency's Fort Gordon, Georgia location; they were asked to monitor and transcribe calls of US citizens.

But with Breitbart failing to focus on Michael Flynn's culpability, and instead becoming overly concerned with data leaks, are they missing the point entirely?