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Busted: Biden’s Minister of Truth Told Congress She Does Not Believe Government Should Fight Disinformation

The Biden administration’s new Minister of Truth Nina Jankowicz, a self-professed Russian disinformation expert who called the authentic Hunter Biden laptop ‘Russian disinformation,’ admitted to Congress in 2020 that she did not believe the government should be in the business of telling the public what is and isn’t ‘disinformation.’ Watch:

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“Thank you very much, Congressman,” she said. “I totally understand your aversion to the idea that government would fight back against disinformation. In fact, you know, the use of that term has been basically the foundation to some very draconian fake news laws in places like Russia, or even Singapore. I do not believe that government should be in that business either.”

Her track record of partisan statements on issues such as the Hunter Biden laptop story show why the government should not be in the business of policing the news media for ‘disinformation.’

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“When stories about Hunter Biden’s laptop started emerging, several outlets, social media sites and left-leaning disinformation experts claimed that it was just misinformation coming from Trump and others on the right,” the Daily Mail reported.

“In an October 2020 report, Jankowicz shared her skepticism of the contents of the laptop and the claims it belonged to Hunter,” the report added.

“We should view it as a Trump campaign product,” Jankowicz had misleadingly told the New York Daily News.

The Biden administration this week jettisoned all appearance of Constitutional government by forming a “Disinformation Board” at the Department of Homeland Security headed by Jankowicz.

The provocative move — carried out in the aftermath of Elon Musk’s stunning purchase of Big Tech platform Twitter — appears to be a desperate attempt to rein the Biden administration’s critics online.

“Nina Jankowicz will head The Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board as executive director, Politico Playbook reported Wednesday morning,” the report noted.


“Homeland Security Secretary Alejandor Mayorkas did not disclose any powers that would be granted to the dystopian-sounding board while addressing lawmakers on Wednesday,” the report added. “He explained that the board would work to tackle disinformation ahead of the November midterms, particularly in Hispanic communities.”

Jankowicz announced on Wednesday that she would be leading the DHS’s new Disinformation Board.

“Cat’s out of the bag: here’s what I’ve been up to the past two months, and why I’ve been a bit quiet on here,” Jankowicz said. “Honored to be serving in the Biden Administration @DHSgov and helping shape our counter-disinformation efforts.”

She also added her official portrait and said, “Now that I’ve got it: a HUGE focus of our work, and indeed, one of the key reasons the Board was established, is to maintain the Dept’s committment to protecting free speech, privacy, civil rights, & civil liberties.”

However, despite her purported interest in protecting “free speech” and “civil liberties,” she issued a recent statement that strongly suggests she is no fan of Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.

“Last week I told @NPRMichel: I shudder to think about if free speech absolutists were taking over more platforms, what that would look like for the marginalized communities… which are already shouldering… disproportionate amounts of this abuse,” she claimed.

The real abuse is that the Disinformation Board even exists and that Jankowicz is at the head of a board she once indicated should not even exist. So, was she lying then or lying now? When it comes to the Queen of Disinformation, one never can tell.

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