Report: Biden-Linked Groups, DNC Want Private Text Messages Monitored For Vaccine ‘Misinformation’

A shocking new report indicates that groups aligned with President Biden, including the DNC, are pushing text message carriers to help control 'misinformation' regarding COVID-19 vaccines.

A shocking new report indicates that groups aligned with President Biden, including the DNC, are pushing text message carriers to help monitor ‘misinformation’ regarding COVID-19 vaccines.

The latest information comes tucked away in a Politico article regarding the Biden administration’s shift to “a head-on strategy to dispel fear-mongering over its door-to-door efforts.”

In reporting how the White House is seeking to dispel privacy fears stirred up by “vaccine fear mongers,” Politico provided even more fodder for those concerns.

“Biden allied groups, including the Democratic National Committee,” they reveal, are “planning to engage fact-checkers more aggressively and work with SMS carriers to dispel misinformation about vaccines that is sent over social media and text messages.”

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Are Text Messages Going To Be Monitored?

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) pressuring text message carriers to monitor and “dispel information” regarding vaccines is one of the more chilling statements we’ve heard during the very young Biden era.

White House spokesperson Kevin Munoz, in the very next paragraph of the Politico report, adds to the aggressive tone in combating vaccine ‘misinformation.’

“When we see deliberate efforts to spread misinformation, we view that as an impediment to the country’s public health and will not shy away from calling that out,” Munoz told the outlet.

This shockingly authoritarian approach to compelling Americans to accept the vaccine comes just days after the White House announced a “targeted, community door-to-door outreach” to get people information on the vaccines.

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra defended the administration’s effort to mobilize a “door-to-door” push, saying “it is absolutely the government’s business” to know who’s been vaccinated.

Becerra’s comments were themselves shocking, but reporting that text messages being monitored for vaccine misinformation is a whole other level.

RELATED: Biden HHS Chief Becerra: ‘Absolutely The Government’s Business’ To Know Who Has Been Vaccinated

What Else Do They Want Monitored?

Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser, assures Americans that the door-to-door campaign will not involve government officials but rather “trusted messengers” in the community.

And they won’t be administering vaccines, only providing information.

Several weeks ago, White House press secretary Jen Psaki indicated the President believes social media companies have a responsibility to “stop amplifying” content on their platforms that is considered “untrustworthy.”

Now, the DNC wants to slide into your text messages.

Will there be Facebook-like warnings and links to the ‘proper’ information regarding vaccines attached to text messages between you and your family or friends? Will carriers actively stop users from sending messages?

Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson recently made headlines with allegations that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been spying on him.

Carlson reportedly had his name “unmasked” in communications that purportedly sought an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this year.

Further, a report surfaced earlier this year indicating the Biden administration was considering a partnership with private firms to surveil Americans online for alleged “extremist chatter.”



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