How is this any different from what they were trying to do before?
The White House’s Press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, struggled to answer this question as plans for a new task force to combat ‘online harassment’ were unveiled.
Sources say the task force will be headed up by none other than Kamala Harris—perhaps the most unpopular and incapable VP in U.S. history.
Critics were quick to fire back at the administration’s thinly veiled attempt to resurrect their failed ‘Ministry of Truth’ initiative to suppress free speech.
It remains to be seen just how far this task force will go or if it will even be viable…
The White House recently announced:
White House launches new Ministry of Truth to police Americans’ speech under the guise of “targeting online harassment and abuse”. pic.twitter.com/CFVrG8PGrS
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Fox News reports:
A memo on the task force released by the White House condemned “gendered disinformation” and proclaimed the administration will be “developing programs and policies to address online harassment, abuse, and disinformation campaigns targeting women and LGBTQI+ individuals who are public and political figures, government and civic leaders, activists, and journalists in the United States and globally.”
The White House just launched a new task force that “cracks down on online harassment and abuse”
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Members of the new team only include current administration officials like Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Attorney General Merrick Garland, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.