After the significant hiatus from the DHS disinformation board agenda, Nina Jankowicz appears on national television, confessing that she and her family have received death threats.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board has been put on ice by the Biden administration and its head, Nina Jankowicz, has reportedly resigned. The news comes just three weeks after the board was announced and follows the emergence of numerous posts and videos in which Jankowicz repeated left-wing talking points on Hunter Biden’s laptop and other controversial issues.
Nina Jankowicz has submitted her resignation from the Disinformation Governance board; she released a statement through a spokesperson. “With the Board’s work paused and its future uncertain … I have decided to leave DHS to return to my work in the public sphere,” Jankowicz said. “It is deeply disappointing that mischaracterizations of the Board became …
According to a WaPo report, Nina Jankowicz and her Disinformation Board have been put on hold by the Department of Homeland Security; the report says the blow back was intense and immediate. From The Washington Post… Just three weeks after its announcement, the Disinformation Governance Board is being “paused,” according to multiple employees at DHS, …
Perhaps DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas should have done his research before appointing Nina Jankowicz to head up the Disinformation Governance Board. Shortly after her position was announced, videos of Jankowicz musical past were shared on Twitter, spreading like wildfire. Mayorkas had never seen the videos. “When the department picked [Nina Jankowicz], was the department aware …
“She spread fake news and then supported censorship of the truth!”
“What the deuce did the guy say?”
With the Biden administration hemorrhaging support, Democrats are searching for a message to take into the midterm elections. Well, looks like they’ve found it. Instead of looking for policy solutions, they’re just going to control what you see and smear their opponents.
Dana covers how the DHS continues to defend the new disinformation governance board and how Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claims the board will not monitor US citizens.
Dana slams the new executive director of the Department of Homeland Security’s disinformation Board Nina Jankowicz as her appointment has led to controversy.