The federal government is responsible for some of the most intricate spy campaigns on private citizens in which they monitor social media accounts, search histories, and other metrics, but somehow the Secretary of Homeland Security is “unaware” that his own disinformation czar is viral on TikTok.
The Disinformation Governance Board has rightfully caused many Americans to grow concerned after it appears the Biden administration is ramping up its war on online speech they deem unacceptable in today’s polite liberal society.
During the pandemic, we witnessed a slue of online censorship regarding the efficacy of the coronavirus vaccine, alternative COVID treatments, and more. The sitting President was even blacklisted on social media as a result of the so-called ‘disinformation’ he was spreading about the rigged 2020 election.
On Wednesday, Department of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas claimed he was unaware that Biden’s new disinformation czar made viral TikTok videos.
While testifying before the Senator Judiciary Committee, Republican Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy asked “when the department picked [Nina Jankowicz], was the department aware of her TikTok videos?”
Mayorkas then admitted he “was not aware of those videos.”
Sen. Kennedy: "When the department picked [Nina Jankowicz], was the department aware of her TikTok videos? They're really quite precocious."
Alejandro Mayorkas: "I was not aware of those videos." pic.twitter.com/hGbtznUMjV
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 4, 2022
The DHS announced the creation of the Disinformation Governance Board to counter what it considers misinformation and disinformation, particularly disinformation coming from Russia and misleading rhetoric about the U.S.-Mexico border.
The administration tapped Jankowicz to head the department, with Mayorkas recently telling Fox News she is a “subject matter expert.”
Jankowicz posted a video to TikTok in February claiming she is the “Mary Poppins of disinformation.”
#USA This is Nina Jankowicz, picked to head the Biden Admin’s Disinformation Governance Board.
In this strange TikTok video from last yr, she warns the public on misinformation, but ends up sounding more like Scary Poppins instead of Mary Poppins 😬 pic.twitter.com/QuS6YG0IDx
— missing (@thebeestang) May 1, 2022
PS you better bet I made a TikTok about this 💁🏻♀️ pic.twitter.com/PihnDCKJUx
— Nina Jankowicz 🇺🇦🇺🇸 (@wiczipedia) January 25, 2021
Jankowicz attempted to discredit the Hunter Biden laptop story, telling ABC News in October of 2020 that the story is “a Trump campaign product.” She also claimed the now-discredited Steele Dossier was funded by Republicans.
Who’s to say what will be considered disinformation in the future, but it certainly shouldn’t be this woman. The total irony of Jancowicz’s role in determining what constitutes ‘true’ and ‘false’ is not lost on those who believed the Hunter Biden laptop story this entire time.
Moreover, she was also a leading voice in trying to stop any alternative information about the China Virus from circulating on social media, according to her videos.
Sounds about right…
Author: Asa McCue