Many people are worried that Biden’s Ministry of Truth will censor free speech, but it’s actually much more sinister than that. Nina Jankowicz, who has been chosen to head the ministry since Delores Umbridge is unavailable, has tipped us off about what she wants to do. And censorship is mild compared to what she actually wants to do. She wants herself and others like her to be able to edit your tweets to reverse the message you were trying to convey.
So far, it has been near impossible to determine exactly what the Ministry of Truth would be charged to do, especially after Alejandro Mayorkas lied through his teeth and claimed that people would not be followed. But, sites will be followed, so naturally, people on that site would definitely be followed. That gives them plausible deniability. But, we all know his answer was pure BS.
In a video that surfaced Tuesday, Jankowicz is speaking to a panel of nine people. She told the panel how they would have to micro-manage Twitter to get the results they want.
NEW – Biden's new "disinformation" czar wants "trustworthy verified people" like her to be able to "add context" to other people's tweets.pic.twitter.com/V4mLNsB5HV
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) May 10, 2022
Jankowicz dropping a bomb about Twitter verification:
“Um, and I am eligible for it because I’m verified, but there are a lot of people who shouldn’t be verified who aren’t, you know, legit, in my opinion, I mean, they are real people but they’re not, um, trustworthy.”
“Anyway, so verified people can, um, essentially start to edit Twitter, the the same sort of way that Wikipedia is, so they can add context to certain tweets. Um, so, just as an [sic] 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 sixty lawsuits, uh, that went through the court, or, uh, something that an election official in one of the states said, perhaps your own secretary of state, uh, and, and his news conferences, something like that, adding context so that people, um, have a fuller picture, rather than just an individual claim on a tweet.”
It’s unclear when this panel discussion was filmed. Twitter, of course, began adding fussy notes to certain dissident tweets, enforcing the Leftist narrative, in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election. Jankowicz apparently wants to go that one better, empowering certain people (chiefly herself, no doubt) to hound dissidents (especially, of course, the hated Trump, if the Twitter fascists hadn’t shunted him off the platform already) with their harassing “context” every time they step out of line.
Is this the sort of thing the Disinformation Governance Board is going to do? Will individual censors be provided to prominent dissidents, with some being strict and others lax, after the manner of gulag prison guards? Or will this be a group effort? Time will tell, unless the efforts to stop the flagrantly unconstitutional Board before it even gets started are successful.