DHS to Restart Disinformation Governance Board
By Michael Baxter
May 31, 2023
Suppose Joseph R. Biden, or the person posing as him, steals the presidential election in 2024. In that case, his regime will criminalize free speech and punish authors espousing anti-government views, effectively banning controversial content from the web and print, according to a U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) report.
Last May, the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security abandoned ambitious plans to create a Ministry of Truth and appoint Nina Jankowicz its czar. Jankowicz drew disdain for her flippant attitude on misinformation, and her history of spreading it. Her credentials and sanity were questioned after a cringeworthy TikTok video of her adapting the Mary Poppins song “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” about fake news went viral. Public backlash against Jankowicz and the Disinformation Governance Board was so intense that the DHS claimed to cancel it.
However, ARCYBER claims to have acquired Deep State email exchanges in which DHS hardliners discuss reinvigorating the Ministry of Truth under a less ominous moniker after Joe Biden “wins the election in 2024.” The emails, which include correspondence among Alejandro Mayorkas, FEMA Director Deanne Criswell, and FBI honcho Christopher Wray, also epitomize the Deep State’s hatred for average American citizens.
In one, Wray namedrops journalist Tucker Carlson, calling him a “myopic malcontent” for criticizing the Ministry of Truth and, specifically, Jankowicz. In a decent society, Wray writes, journalists opposing the creation of lawful bodies of governance would be lined up and shot or imprisoned indefinitely. He even rejoices at the thought of overseeing executions. Replying to him, Criswell goes a step further by including “pretty much every person that voted for Donald Trump” in the execution pool. And Mayorkas says a new and improved Ministry of Truth will “drop the hammer” on unsanctioned news. The DHS, per his email, has a list of 16,000 YouTube channels and websites to be seized.
In a second exchange, Mayorkas applauded Brazil President Lula da Silva for embracing legislation making his country the first in the democratic world to codify laws censoring and banning “fake news and disinformation online” and punishing those found guilty of spreading it. Criswell deified da Silva: “He’s a visionary, a true leader.” And Wray said American politicians should adopt da Silva’s style of rule. “The only good media is a controlled media,” Wray wrote.
The tyrannical trio pitched one another innocuous names for a future version of the Ministry of Truth. Mayorkas liked “The Commission for Management of Language,” Wray favored “National Linguistic Relations Agency,” and Criswell, possibly joking, pulled a non sequitur out of thin air. “We can use National Domestic Pet Protection Agency. Spend 5% of the budget protecting cats and dogs and the rest shutting down seditious social media channels,” she wrote. Her version of the Ministry of Truth would unilaterally declare truth and falsity and pressure online platforms to ban content in the name of national security.
A third round of emails offered one possible motive for abolishing the First Amendment. Mayorkas feared that internet freedom would generate a whirlwind of negative press surrounding a universal mRNA influenza vaccine developed by researchers at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ (NIAID) Vaccine Research Center (VRC), part of the National Institutes of Health.
The vaccine is currently in Phase I trial. If approved by the FDA, it will replace standard and recombinant flu shots currently on the market.
“It’s imperative we have the tools to squash anti-vaccine talk. We failed to do that with the Covid-19 vaccines and look what happened. Soon we’ll have a second chance to get it right,” Mayorkas wrote.
Finally, Mayorkas mentioned an unfamiliar name in connection with Biden’s odds of winning the 2024 election. A man named “Quinn Klipstein,” he said, was working behind the scenes to ensure Biden’s victory.
Klipstein is a phantom; Real Raw News could not find anyone by that name on search engines and Instacheckmate.com, a public records search service. ARCYBER said “Klipstein” is likely a pseudonym for one of Biden’s handlers.
The emails were enciphered and required decoding, our ARCYBER source said.