In a remote Zoom call, Biden’s new disinformation board director, Nina Jankowicz said she wants the power to edit your tweets in the same way as Wikipedia.
Nina Jankowicz, Biden’s misinformation czar, demands that “trustworthy verified people” like her be given the right to modify other people’s tweets, making Twitter more like Wikipedia, in a newly released video clip.
Yes, it’s true.
“I’m eligible for it because I’m verified,” she claimed. Jankowicz then lamented the fact that there are people on Twitter with opposing viewpoints who have the blue tick but “shouldn’t be verified” because they’re “not trustworthy.”
“So verified people can essentially start to edit Twitter the same sort of way that Wikipedia is so they can add context to certain tweets,” Jankowicz explained.
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She then gave the example of President Trump tweeting about voter fraud, which she argued was non-political.
“Someone could add context from one of the 60 lawsuits that went through the court or something that an election official in one of the states said, perhaps your own Secretary of State and his news conferences, something like that,” said Jankowicz.
“Adding context so that people have a fuller picture rather than just an individual claim on a tweet,” she added.
Of course, Twitter currently identifies such posts with a warning label, but Jankowicz now wants approved regime propagandists to be able to insert their narrative on an individual basis.
Despite the fact that it was a remote Zoom call, two of the other participants in the chat were wearing face masks.
Despite disclosing that free speech makes her “shudder” and propagating the lie that the Hunter Biden laptop tale was Russian disinformation, Jankowicz was given the duty of managing Biden’s ‘Ministry of Truth.’
Jankowicz also referenced to Christopher Steele as a misinformation expert. Steele was the author of the infamous Clinton campaign-funded Trump “peegate” dossier, which turned out to be a fabrication.
But, yes, someone with a history of spreading misinformation and hyperpartisanship should be given the authority to edit tweets she disagrees with.