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Biden Disinformation Board was going to work with Twitter to police speech

According to the Washington Times:

Homeland Security’s ill-fated disinformation board would have been part of an effort to work with private social-media platforms to police their content, two senators revealed Wednesday, citing new documents provided to them by a whistleblower.

The documents described the issues that led Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to want to create the board. Among them were such heated topics as debates over the coronavirus pandemic and efficacy of vaccines, and what Homeland Security described as “conspiracy theories about the validity and security of elections.”

The documents also suggested the board would play the role of policy cop at Homeland Security, with input on disinformation budgets and a role in how the department engaged with “private sector stakeholders.”

“DHS should not in any way seek to enlist the private sector to curb or silence opposing viewpoints,” said Republican Sens. Charles E. Grassley of Iowa and Josh Hawley of Missouri, who released the documents along with a letter demanding more answers from Mr. Mayorkas.

2 thoughts on “Biden Disinformation Board was going to work with Twitter to police speech”

  1. Think of all the actions this administration has taken.
    Ask any one to name ONE directive that has positively affected the American family.
    Then count the seconds of silence.
    Weak man + weak leadership = failure.

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