Does the NSA writing Sha-256 raise any suspicion?

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On the noob side of the technical aspect of things. I understand that the NSA wrote the Sha-256 hash and that Satoshi used it apart of the mining algorithm. Does this raise any type of concern or suspicion that higher intelligence agencies might have a bigger role in bitcoin that we don't know about?

Or is the sha something that many other people made a use out of and it has no direct correlation with the NSA, kind of like it's just some open source code they created and others can use it ?

I just don't know what to think knowing a part of the code is from the NSA. I have zero trust in the US goverment especially the higher intelligence agencies, they are way to powerful and have way to much control.

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