Nina Jankowicz, a one-time Executive Director of the Biden administration’s now-defunct Disinformation Governance Board, has registered as a foreign agent.
The former “disinformation czar” has filed paperwork showing she is now working on behalf of the “Centre for Information Resilience.”
The group tied to the British government alleges to be “dedicated to countering disinformation, exposing human rights abuses, and combating online behavior harmful to women and minorities.”
Jankowicz’s registration information shows she will be working with the foreign organization by “supervising research” and “communicating with the media” about the group’s work.
It also indicates that she appeared as a CIR ambassador on the taxpayer-funded National Public Radio on Election Day to “[d]iscuss Russian disinformation ahead of the 2022 midterms.”
Registration documents show the center is financed “in part by grants from the U.K. government, including the Foreign Commonwealth, and Development Office.”
How this woman continues to be employed by various organizations as a ‘disinformation’ expert is beyond anybody’s reasonable comprehension.
Unless the Centre for Information Resilience is hiring her like a police department investigating a jewel heist would seek insight from an actual jewel thief, Nina Jankowicz should never be taken seriously as a ‘disinformation’ expert.
After being named to President Biden’s dystopian-sounding board back in April, Nina Jankowicz was outed as having, on multiple occasions prior, spread disinformation concerning Hunter Biden’s laptop.
In October 2020, she tweeted claims from the President that roughly 50 former national intelligence officials said the laptop was a Russian “smear campaign.”
In an article with the Associated Press, the new foreign agent of ‘disinformation’ was quoted as saying the Hunter Biden laptop was “a Trump campaign product” – a definitively false statement if ever there was one.
Nina Jankowicz, a former Biden ‘disinformation’ czar, registering as a foreign agent to combat disinformation for another country’s government is something even Hollywood’s most esteemed writers would have trouble concocting in their own imaginations.
Also important to note – the Department of Homeland Security ultimately put the disinformation board on pause after Jankowicz resigned. Meaning it could be revived in the future, just with another ‘disinformation czar’ at the helm.
Republican officials were outraged when Jankowicz was named to the White House governing board on combatting misinformation back in April.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis slammed Biden’s Disinformation Governance Board, calling it the “Ministry of Truth.”
“When you’re not doing well, you have two options: You can try to do better. Or you can try to silence your critics. [Biden] is doing the latter,” DeSantis said at the time.
Senator Rand Paul delivered a blistering rebuke of the board, telling Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, “I don’t trust government to figure out what the truth is.”
Even former Attorney General Bill Barr blasted the White House effort headed by Jankowicz, saying it’s not the government’s job to police information.
“I don’t think that it’s the government’s function to set up a panel on disinformation,” Barr said.
Jankowicz, aside from spreading misinformation about Hunter Biden’s laptop, graced America with a Tiktok video of her singing the Mary Poppins tune “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” but with lyrics replaced to address – you guessed it – disinformation.
If that wasn’t nutty enough for you, here’s Jankowicz singing a raunchy parody of a Christmas song.
“I want to be rich, famous, and powerful! Step on all my enemies and never do a thing,” she sang in 2015. “Who do I f**k to be famous and powerful? I’ve done everything I can and now the rest is up to you.”
The lyrics are her own spin on a 1988 song called “My Simple Christmas Wish (Rich, Famous, and Powerful).”
Guess she simply opted to screw America instead by becoming a foreign agent.
She’ll continue that role in working for the CIR by “develop(ing) relationships with key US outlets” in an effort to make information ‘resilient.’
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