(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Traces of the allegedly “paused” Ministry of Truth and its disinformation czar Nina Jankowicz have been found in a new report repeatedly cited by the White House, while they are in the process of establishing a new anti-harassment task force.
Biden announced that such a task force would be convened on the campaign trail, and he has tasked Vice President Kamala Harris to head up the “White House Task force to Address Online Harassment and Abuse.”
The announcement of this task force was accompanied by a fact sheet and statements from senior officials.
Both the fact sheet and the statements refer to Jankowicz as an expert on disinformation, and cite her 2021 report titled “Malign Creativity: How Gender, Sex and Lies are Weaponized Against Women Online,” according to the Washington Examiner.
The White House’s launch announcement echos the themes of Jankowicz’s report, along with her 2022 book “How to Be a Woman Online: Surviving Abuse and Harassment and How to Fight Back.”
The new report from the task force was titled “Technological Threats: How Online Harassment of Female Political Figures Undermines Democracy.”
The report was released by Texas A&M University’s Program on Women, Peace, and Security. Team members that were listed on the report seem to have at least a professional relationship with Jankowicz, with one team member thanking her on LinkedIn.
There is also a section in the paper titled a “Thank You to Our Experts,” which includes Jankowicz. Continuing, the “thank you” section mentions Jankowicz specifically for her understanding of “gendered disinformation.”
A pronounced Jankowicz presence and influence isn’t the only similarity between Harris’s task force and the “paused” Disinformation Governance Board.
The new mini Ministry of Truth, with its directive to address “disinformation campaigns,” includes as members the same deep-state crew as the original Ministry of Truth: Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Attorney General Merrick Garland, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.