I think this is irrelevant and distracts from the issue. You are trying to change the narrative.
If this is true, this is incredibly bad, and the CIA should be discredited.
What do you mean by "discredited"? If anything this gives a ton of credibility to CIA's rumored capability. Hell, it gives CIA so much credibility now that they can practically make up stuff and people will believe it by saying "oh they can bug everything, of course they found out about it".
Public trust is a PR problem and there are other people that manage it.
The CIA has access to the search history and phone call log of everything single American, and is blatantly breaking the constitution, and every single one of them should be arrested and sent to jail, for breaking the US constitution.
It is "their job", but it is also illegal and they should be sent to jail for treason.
You are correct, though, that it is completely expected that they have spy tools that blatantly break our constitutional rights.
There are other agencies like the NSA that are spying on Americans, but I've seen no evidence that the CIA is doing this.
It is the CIA's job to spy on other countries and that doesn't violate the constitution. Nothing in the leak so far says that the CIA is spying on Americans.
Put it this way, I have a Samsung TV and plan to do absolutely nothing about it. If I want something to be really private i discuss it outdoors or write it down by hand on paper. I'm kind of baffled about eh public and the media's inability to distinguish between the ability to carry out espionage and the targets against which it is deployed.
Just be sure not to put the TV in your bedroom.