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The former disinformation czar claims the DHS couldn't even agree on what “disinformation” is.

Nina Jankowicz, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' pick for disinformation czar, admitted during testimony that DHS couldn't even agree on exactly what “disinformation” was before launching the on the boat

“Nina Jankowicz, who served as director of the governing disinformation board for about three months before stepping down in 2022 amid a firestorm of criticism, said in a recently published deposition to Congress that the department botched the deployment of its work and then abandoned it when the going got tough,” Washington Times reported

“He described dysfunction and confusion throughout. He said Mr. Mayorkas' communications advisers vetoed his plans to brief Congress on his role, allowing his work to become a target for disinformation. . She said she faced “tens of thousands of death threats” and had to hire a security consultant who told her she had to leave home, just weeks before giving birth, to protect yes,” the medium added.

His statements have just been revealed from an April 2023 statement in which Jankowicz told the House Judiciary Committee that his board never intended to monitor what Americans said online or offline. She became involved in the Biden administration's attempt to censor what Americans were saying about COVID, Hunter Biden and many other political issues. But their goals were allegedly hampered by the failed attempt to define what disinformation is.

“I thought there were some pretty big gaps in terms of understanding the concept,” he stated during the deposition. “You can't say something is a bear if you don't know what a bear looks like. So that's where we were.”

The so-called Jankowicz experience was in foreign disinformation. She was selected by Mayorkas in early 2022 for the position. His secret eight-week appointment was only revealed by Mayorkas when he was questioned during a congressional hearing about what DHS was doing to mitigate misinformation against Hispanic and black voters. The campaign to stamp out disinformation was compared to an Orwellian “ministry of truth”.

Three weeks after Jankowicz was ousted, Mayorkas suspended the council amid an outcry. The disinformation czar resigned, and months later, Mayorkas finally dissolved the board.

“They threw me under the bus to some degree,” he lamented in the House Judiciary Committee statement released Friday. “I had spent my career and a lot of my own kind of personal capital doing work that I thought was important to the American people, and I didn't want to risk doing it any worse for an agency that clearly didn't I had my – even my safety in my heart.”

“She said she fought for the department to deploy the board and her role as director in a more traditional way, briefing Congress in advance and bringing in outside experts. She said Mr. Mayorkas' team rejected these ideas, banned her from Capitol Hill and ordered her absent from congressional briefings,” the Washington Times explained.

Jankowicz is now with the left-wing American Sunlight Project, which also allegedly aims to silence free speech online. She chases wildly Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan for not publishing your transcript earlier.

“President Jordan clearly knows that this transcript destroys his conspiracy theories, which is why he withheld it for so long and released it on a Friday evening. In doing so, the Committee attempted to distract of the revelations contained in it that are embarrassing to President Jordan, including the fact that he shared a doctored video of me in an attempt to scare American citizens into believing his lies,” he said in a statement.

“He said the board's mandate was never to be an arbiter of the truth. Instead, it would act as a traffic cop within the government, coordinating ongoing work and insisting that privacy and other freedoms are protected civilians,” noted the Washington Times, which also claimed that Jankowicz basically portrayed the council as powerless and harmless.

The former disinformation czar claimed that they never intended to put anything online. He also dodged questions about the Hunter Biden laptop from hell and the Steele dossier by claiming the topics were Trump's campaign tactics.

Jankowicz returned to the point that there was no consensus about what “misinformation” meant.

“At one point in the statement, Ms. Jankowicz led the panel in a discussion about disinformation. She said the definition used by the Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency, which had been the department's lead on the issue , did not follow what she or others in the research community thought,” the Washington Times said.

“CISA has a definition, and one of the things that occurred to me while I was at DHS is that different entities were dealing with different definitions. So that was one of the things I was looking forward to working on,” he said, referring to -se to the CISA definition as “overbroad”.

“CISA's definition said disinformation, disinformation, and disinformation are all types of false information. Ms. Jankowicz said that misinformation can be true but is published with ulterior motives. She cited strategic leaks as a form of disinformation,” the Washington Times explained.

Jankowicz commented that yes it had been allowed to do his jobwould have focused on countering misinformation about the border.

“To say that you could get citizenship by crossing the border, or that, you know, there were human smugglers who were promising wild things to people who were making that journey, we wanted to understand that better,” he remarked.


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