If Joe Biden were coherent, would he approve of the people he’s surrounding himself with, or is he fully aware and just doesn’t care?
Would a clear thinking Joe Biden approve of the interview he did with the vulgar rapper Cardi B on August 17, 2020?
***Warning***This video is very vulgar and cannot be unseen.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 18, 2020
Cardi B might not have been the biggest sleezebag to campaign with Joe Biden after all. Netflix’s “Cheer” star and Biden supporter Jerry Harris has reportedly been charged with producing child pornography.
Harris was arrested yesterday, days after the FBI confirmed he was under investigation for allegedly soliciting sex and photos from twin boys in Texas, according to a report published by the Chicago Tribune.
Here’s Joe’s interview with the accused child pornography. Watch, as Joe tells Jerry Harris, “I’d like to spend the day with you,” adding, “I hope we can meet one another when this coronavirus…(illegible)”
This video is weirdly difficult to find on the internet now. pic.twitter.com/EQbFMadOXw
— L 🤺 (@SomeBitchIKnow) September 17, 2020
Now, it’s being reported that Joe Biden’s senior cyber advisor participated in the vile, hacking group, “Gay N*ggers Association of America.”
Washington Examiner reports – A senior cybersecurity adviser to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign spent years affiliating with a hacking organization and boasted on a personal blog about breaking into her neighbor’s computers.
Jackie Singh, who joined the Biden campaign in July as a senior cyber incident responder and threat analyst, was an affiliate of the hacking organization the Gay N—– Association of America, once headed by white nationalist Andrew Auernheimer.
Logs obtained by the Washington Examiner from various Internet Relay Chat rooms, a messaging platform dating back to the 1980s that is popular with hackers, show Singh to be a contributor to a toxic culture of overt racism. In August, Singh wrote on Twitter that her role with the Biden campaign focused on “working tirelessly to ensure the digital safety of this campaign.”
From 2009 to 2016, Singh, under the username “jax,” routinely spammed advertising for the GNAA, which relied upon shock messaging to attract members, in IRC channels. Screenshots show that Singh used the same handle, “jax,” on Stickam, a defunct streaming platform popular in the mid-2000s.
Evidence providing a picture of Singh’s background raises questions about the vetting process of the Biden campaign in its hiring, seven weeks before the Democratic nominee faces President Trump for the keys to the White House.
“People who are well respected don’t come from trolling or hacking groups. There’s been a culture shift there. Companies don’t want to hire people with sketchy backgrounds,” said Gene Spafford, a leading cybersecurity expert and Purdue University computer science professor. “They want people who are trustworthy. There are insider threat problems.”
MSN reports- In the #2600 chat, Singh would often link to tweets from her personal account boasting about how she would troll politicians such as former Florida Gov. and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush. Photos provided to the Washington Examiner show Singh in 2018 at a #telephreak party, a phone-based hacking collective affiliated with #2600. Other photos showed Singh at events with other #2600 members.
Outside of the IRC channel, Singh briefly maintained a personal LiveJournal blog under the pseudonym “jax0m,” where she discussed issues with her first marriage and frustrations in the workplace. The blog has since been deleted, but an archive remains viewable on the WayBack Machine. In a post dated Jan. 12, 2005, Singh boasts about hacking into the laptop of her neighbor, a purported Halliburton employee, and describing the victim with homophobic slurs.
The Washington Examiner asked the Biden campaign about Singh’s history in the IRC chat, as well as the contents of her blog and her public interactions with Auernheimer. Despite repeated outreach for comment, the Biden campaign would not speak to the issue on the record but did provide a statement from Singh.
“These accusations are categorically untrue and the words falsely attributed to me are anathema to the values I’ve embraced and championed in my life,” she said. “I’ve never been a member of that group, and the chat logs have been faked and promoted by individuals as part of an ongoing online harassment campaign.”
Singh did not offer comment on her personal blog, which experts say would be nearly impossible to falsify, her public interactions with Auernheimer on Twitter, or multiple pictures over the years of her at social gatherings with #2600 members in subsequent questions. The Washington Examiner also asked Singh how she could be certain the IRC transcripts were falsified when their tone matched conversations she shared on her own blog; its existence she never denied. Singh also did not offer comment on whether she knew Auernheimer was a white nationalist, despite the fact that he had written racist screeds on far-right websites a year prior to their last interaction on Twitter.
The Washington Examiner never accused Singh of being a member of the GNAA, only that she regularly interacted with and occupied chatrooms where the group congregated. Five different #2600 affiliates testified to the veracity of the IRC logs.
Spafford, of Purdue University, said Singh’s racially charged posts should have made her untouchable for a presidential campaign.
“Normally or traditionally hired into a sensitive area, they’re going to have to pass a background check. They have to very possibly get a security clearance with a polygraph, the FBI is going to do an extensive background check,” said Spafford. “Somebody who shows up with red flags would not be allowed to occupy a position of sensitivity.”