Biden “disinformation” czar Nina Jankowicz insisted that the notion of a “deep state” is not based in fact, calling it the subject of discussion among “conspiracy communities” throughout America in a newly surfaced interview.
In the video posted to Twitter, Jankowicz further stated her belief that the existence of a “secret cabal” in Washington, D.C. is untrue, adding that there is no shadowy group of people in our nation’s capital working against the interests of the American people.
Jankowicz said “the deep state and things like that” are part of a “thread among conspiracy communities in the United States,” adding that the notion of the existence of a “secret cabal here in Washington working to undermine the American people” couldn’t be “farther from the truth.”
She further explained that she is “someone who works with and around public servants every day.”
There is no deep state. Nina says so. pic.twitter.com/WY7h7SKhWW
— Maze (@mazemoore) May 2, 2022
Jankowicz, 33, was announced as executive director of the Department of Homeland Security’s new Disinformation Governance Board last week, and her intensely partisan past as an anti-Trump, left-wing feminist who founded a Harry Potter “Wizard Rock” band called the “Moaning Myrtles” who now advocates for the censorship of her ideology’s political opponents has raised national concern, Valiant News reported.
Many Americans are skeptical of the Biden administration’s “disinformation” board, and have compared it to the “Ministry of Truth” from George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984.
“This is the kind of thing that you see in dictatorships, this Ministry of Truth, this Department of Propaganda that the Biden administration has just stood up,” said former 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate and Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard.
“The reason why you see this in dictatorships is because they’re afraid of us, they’re afraid of the people, they’re afraid that we might actually think for ourselves.”
Jankowicz has come under fire recently for casting doubt on the New York Post‘s vindicated and authentic story on the content found on Hunter Biden’s laptop ahead of the 2020 Presidential election, dismissing it as a “Trump campaign product.”