Biden’s ‘Minister of Truth’ says ‘trustworthy’ people should be able to ‘edit’ tweets, adding ‘fuller’ context


Corporate media-controlled narratives, radical activist-approved curricula in schools, and snowflakes seeking shelter in the form of social media echo chambers have proven that infringements on free speech are really targeting free thought, and the head of the new Disinformation Governance Board wants to help that process along.

It doesn’t seem like Nina Jankowicz can appear on screen without raising more concerns about the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) foray into “disinformation” monitoring for “national security” purposes. In her latest video, while participating in an online meeting, Jankowicz argued that individuals she deemed “not trustworthy” should have their content on Twitter edited for context by approved monitors.

“I’m verified, but there are a lot of people who shouldn’t be verified who aren’t, you know, legit, in my opinion,” Jankowicz said with disdain. “I mean, they’re real people, but they’re not trustworthy.”

“Anyway,” she went on with her proposed solution, “so verified people can, essentially, start to edit Twitter the same sort of way that Wikipedia is so they can add context to certain tweets.”

“So, just as an easy example, not from any political standpoint, if President Trump were still on Twitter and tweeted a claim about voter fraud someone could add context from one of the 60 lawsuits that went through the court or something that an election official in one of the states said, perhaps your own secretary of state and his news conferences, something like that, adding context so that people have a fuller picture rather than just an individual claim on a tweet,” Jankowicz argued.

In her opinion, there is no room for discussion. Approved narratives must be enforced at all levels of discourse. It’s not enough for “fact-checkers” to flag posts and throttle their visibility or shut down accounts of major news publications to keep a story from getting out.

No, the actual posts of people exercising their free speech must be edited for context to curb a viewer’s inclinations to think for themselves.

Despite the lengthy record of her concerning positions with flagrantly biased stances, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claims that he wasn’t aware of any of this. That’s right, the government agency that is telling you they will now be monitoring information for national security purposes is admitting that they didn’t even do a thorough background check on the woman they’ve charged with running their operation.

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) was flabbergasted at a recent senate hearing when Mayorkas made that claim.

“When the department picked her, was the department aware of her Tik Tok videos?” Kennedy asked.”

“I was not aware of those videos,” Mayorkas claimed.

“They’re really quite precocious,” the senator added of the woman many have dubbed Scary Poppins.

As Dr. Anthony Fauci so often repeated, “An attack on me is really an attack on science.” One can only wonder how long before Jankowicz uses that same framework to suggest an attack on her is really an attack on the truth.


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