Biden Disinformation Czar Demands Power To Edit Other People’s Tweets

Biden Disinformation Czar Demands Power To Edit Other People’s Tweets. By Paul Joseph Watson.

In a newly released video clip, Biden disinformation czar Nina Jankowicz demands that “trustworthy verified people” like her be given the power to edit other people’s tweets, making Twitter more like Wikipedia. …

Asserting that she was “eligible for it because I’m verified,” Jankowicz then bemoaned the fact there are people on Twitter with different opinions to her who also have the blue tick but “shouldn’t be verified” because they’re “not trustworthy.” …

Twitter already slaps warning labels on such tweets, but now Jankowicz wants approved regime propagandists to be empowered to insert their narrative on an individual basis.

Most of the lies in today’s politics are lies of omission, rather than commission.

For example, if I tell you that the number of influenza deaths in the US have remained roughly constant since 1960, despite the widespread use of flu vaccines from 1980, then I’m lying by omission. What I said is technically accurate, but you would probably erroneously conclude that the influenza vaccines are useless. What was omitted was context: the population of the US doubled in that period. Ahhh, so actually flu vaccines substantially reduced the number of deaths due to influenza — or there might be other factors too.  (Example courtesy of Alex Berenson, who is sometimes “careless” in order to give his audience what he thinks they want to hear, rather than the truth. See the link for the data and the indulgent, ramped up rhetoric. Yuck.)

So to correct most lies nowadays, what is needed is indeed more context. So far so good. But we all know that Biden’s disinformation chief would only want her audience to reach the approved opinions, so her supplied context would be limited and one-sided, and itself be in need of more context.