The White House has quietly resurrected its highly controversial “Disinformation Governance Board,” likely due to the fact that numerous other events have occurred, including ever-increasing gasoline prices and supply chain shortages, to distract from the government’s previous efforts to establish an Orwellian surveillance system.
However, unable to resist the power of silencing conservative voices and others whose views are promptly branded as “disinformation,” the Biden administration has opted to commence a new task force, a grand total of two months after discontinuing the highly controversial board.
Humorously, Kamala Harris, who has been one of the most ineffectual vice presidents in American history, has been placed in charge of the task force.
The former “Border Czar,” who has not deigned to visit the border since her perfunctory presence in the past, will apparently now oversee the development of regulations designed to protect a variety of public figures from alleged disinformation campaigns.
Apparently, the newest disinformation task force is dedicated to all matters LGBTQI+, the latest collection of acronyms designed to be shoved down Americans’ throats.
“In the United States and around the world, women and LGBTQI+ political leaders, public figures, activists, and journalists are especially targeted by sexualized forms of online harassment and abuse,” the briefing declared, adding that the alleged targeting “[undermines] their ability to exercise their human rights and participate in democracy, governance, and civic life.”
The briefing also went on to complain about the treatment of women, which is ironic given that the White House’s version of transgenderism is one that apparently seeks to abolish the notion of womanhood entirely, as evidenced by the disregard of traditional women’s sports.
“Online abuse and harassment, which aim to preclude women from political decision-making about their own lives and communities, undermine the functioning of democracy,” the briefing continued.
Alongside Kamala Harris, other key figures will be joining in the alleged counterattack against LGBTQI+ rhetoric, including Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Attorney General Merrick Garland, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken.