Nina Jankowicz: Biden's 'Ministry of Truth' Shut Down Because of 'Disinformation'
Biden's censorship chief responds after disinfo board killed off
Democrat Joe Biden's censorship chief Nina Jankowicz has claimed that her controversial taxpayer-funded "Ministry of Truth" was shut down because of "disinformation."
Jankowicz and her "Disinformation Governance Board" were taken to the woodshed by the Biden administration after widespread and bipartisan opposition.
Refusing to let it lie, Jankowicz appeared on MSNBC’s “All In” Wednesday to push phony claims about why the board was disbanded.
She claims, without evidence, that the Department of Homeland Security’s new Disinformation Governance Board was dissolved because of "disinformation."
Jankowicz was supposed to lead the board which sought to police online speech and censor information deemed to be "disinformation" by the Democratic regime.
Ironically, she claims that the widespread concerns raised by the public and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, were, in fact, "disinformation."
"All these sensationalized narratives about what people thought the board was going to do was completely wrong," Jankowicz claims.
"It was a coordinating mechanism.
"It was meant to make sure that the very large agency that is the Department of Homeland Security, that people were talking to each other within it."
"Let me give you an example, FEMA, the agency that handles disasters and environmental issues, would often encounter misinformation about natural disasters," Jankowicz continued.
"Let’s say an adversary like Iran or China would put out a false narrative like this is how you get out of the city, or this is where you can find disaster aid.
"That could put people really into danger, their lives into danger.
"That’s the sort of disinformation and misinformation that we were looking to support the department in addressing, to make sure they had best practices, and most importantly, to protect Americans’ freedom of speech, civil liberties, and privacy while we are doing all that work.
"So, every characterization of the board that you heard up until now has been incorrect, and frankly, it’s kind of ironic that the board itself was taken over by disinformation when it was meant to fight it.”
"I’ve been a really nuanced, reasonable person, again, as I said, I briefed and advised both Republicans and Democrats," she continued.
"I admired some of steps even the Trump administration took to combat disinformation.”
"To say that I am just a partisan actor is wildly out of context.”