To the relief of many individuals watching with horror as authoritarianism slowly grips the United States, Nina Jankowicz, an open tool of the far left, has abruptly resigned in light of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) wisely issuing a “pause” to the rollout of its Disinformation Governance Board.
The Board has been widely and justifiably viewed as another mass surveillance apparatus, to the tune of several started under the Obama administration and apparently continuing under the Biden administration.
Previously, Jankowicz, famous for promoting disinformation on Beijing-owned TikTok, had been appointed executive director of the DHS’s unsavory Board, a questionable appointment given her frequent use of Chinese-owned technology to peddle disinformation about Hunter Biden’s laptop, which has since been authenticated by various leftist publications.
“I have decided to leave DHS to return to my work in the public sphere,” Jankowicz recently declared, adding that the future of the Disinformation Governance Board is “uncertain.”
However, Jankowicz has not left quietly, raging that the decision to pause the Board is “deeply disappointing” and allegedly based on “mischaracterizations.”
For this reason, the three-week executive director, whose tenure was more abrupt than Chris Wallace’s at CNN+, insisted that she remains “[committed] to building awareness of disinformation’s threats and trust the Department will do the same.”
On April 27, beleaguered DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas created the Disinformation Governance Board, which not only serves as a distraction from a deliberately failed border, but also increases the ability of the White House to censor information inconvenient to its political objectives.
However, Mayorkas unwisely selected the extremely inexperienced Jankowicz, who was a graduate student just a few years ago, to serve as executive director.
Like most millennials, Jankowicz left a treasure trove of evidence regarding her extreme, largely disinformed views online, notably on TikTok, a Chinese-owned social media giant.
Despite Facebook, Twitter, Google, and other American tech giants being blocked in China, the White House continues to use Chinese tech giants, particularly TikTok, for varied purposes.