At The New York Times are having a cow over fears that Washington, D.C., won’t be able to install a censorship apparatus to root out so-called “disinformation.”
The Times published a whiny story headlined: “Disinformation Has Become Another Untouchable Problem in Washington.” The piece, plastered with a photo of a stone-faced former Disinformation Governance Board (DGB) Director Nina Jankowicz, whined that Biden’s Ministry of Truth “was dismantled — put on ‘pause,’ officially — undone in part by forces it was meant to combat, including distortions of the board’s intent and powers.”
The Times For several weeks, Jankowicz has attempted to make readers believe that the DGB is disinformation victim. Jankowicz resigned from the DGB following backlash to the Biden administration’s attempt to control the flow of information online.
MRC Business and MRC Free Speech America exclusively revealed that DGB co-chair Jennifer Daskal had multiple ties to leftist billionaire George Soros.
The Times The possibility of a bias referee to the Biden administration governing the story on events prior to the 2022 midterm election has caused the Biden administration to lose its marbles.
The federal government is unanimous in recognizing that coordinated disinformation campaigns can exacerbate public health crises, spark ethnic and racial tensions, and undermine democracy. The board’s fate, however, has underscored how deeply partisan the issue has become in Washington, making it nearly impossible to consider addressing the threat. The failure to act, according to experts, has left openings for new waves of disinformation ahead of November’s midterm elections.
You can’t ignore the fact that disinformation enforcement is not the responsibility of the federal government.
The liberal newspaper even attempted to paint Jankowicz as a DGB martyr: “Ms. Jankowicz became a focus of the furor, targeted online by false or misleading information about her role in what critics denounced as a Ministry of Truth.”
Jankowicz is a known misinformation spreader. SheSpread false Trump Russia collusion talk points, ranging from debunked Alfa Bank narrative in 2016 to praise for a speech parodying the Steele Dossier. She even triedTo dismiss the verified New York Post Hunter Biden laptop story as a “Russian influence op.” Of course, The Times didn’t mention any of this.
Instead, The Times repackaged the generic “Republicans Seized” and “Republicans Pounce” mantras to label First Amendment concerns around the DGB as a partisan issue. “In Washington, there is not even agreement on the threats, with Republicans seizing on the fight against disinformation as an effort to silence conservative voices,” the story says. “Conservative commentators, including Jack Posobiec, pounced, joined by conservative media and Republican officials.”
Conservatives are being attacked. Contact The New York Times at 1(800) 698-4637 and demand it stop shilling for Biden’s defunct Ministry of Truth.