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No edit button for the regular Joe, but President Joe Bidens new head of the “disinformation governance board” asserted that “trustworthy, verified people” should be allowed to edit other people’s opinions on the social media platform Twitter.
Nina Jankowicz is not really the “Minister of Truth,” but she is the head of the all-new initiative by the White House to crack down on misinformation, disinformation, and otherwise speech that goes against the current administration’s talking points.
While her songs on Tik Toc and her own spreading of misinformation, may be alarming, her recent statements are downright terrifying.
In the video, Jankowicz appears with several participants in a zoom call.
According to Jankowicz, Twitter needs to ramp up its activist censorship to provide “context.”
“And I am eligible for it because I’m verified. But there are a lot of people who shouldn’t be verified who aren’t, you know, legit, in my opinion. I mean, they are real people, but they’re not trustworthy,” she states about the all-powerful blue badge that comes with being “verified” on the platform.
She clarifies that the person with an edit button has to be considered “trustworthy” in addition to verified, which is just another way of saying, ” We will choose who will go along with what we tell them to do. Fall in line verified soldier and go after those that try to have a difference of opinion.”
“Verified people can essentially start to edit Twitter the same sort of way that Wikipedia is (edited) so they can add context to certain tweets,” she said.
Of course, she had to use President Donald Trump as an example to prove her point.
“So, just easy example, not from any political standpoint, if President Trump were still on Twitter and tweeted a claim about voter fraud, someone could add context from one of the 60 lawsuits that went through the court, or something that an election official in one of the states said, perhaps your own Secretary of State on his news conferences, something like that, adding context so that people have a fuller picture rather than just an individual claim on a tweet.”
Twitter already adds context concerning a number of topics. How many people have gotten a warning label on one of your Tweets that it lacks context or some version of a COVID-19 message?
“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,” the Zero Hedge noted.
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