Months after the fallout from Biden’s “disinformation board” caused him to disband it and fire psychopath leftist Nina Jankowicz, he appears ready to repurpose the White House’s Office of the National Cyber Director to advance his woke agenda.
The disinformation board fell apart after criticism from both sides of the aisle and people who compared it to the Ministry of Truth from George Orwell’s “1984”.
Now, Biden appears ready to give the Orwellian idea another whirl by appointing a new Deputy Director to the Office of the National Cyber Director, Camille Stewart Gloster.
Gloster was a Google executive who focused on purging “disinformation” from Google’s app store.
She has also espoused ridiculous, woke views on her public Twitter.
Stewart bizarrely claimed that “systematic racism” is a serious problem in cybersecurity in a multi-tweet rant discussing the importance of “diversity” in the cybersecurity industry.
“The White House’s Office of the National Cyber Director has a new Deputy National Cyber Director: Camille Stewart Gloster, a former Google executive who specialized in removing “disinformation” from the tech giant’s app store, and in her spare time rants about “systemic racism” in America.
In a tweet, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) accused the Biden administration of appointing a leftist “social justice warrior” to run the cyber office.
“The Big Tech, Big Government alliance continues,” said Sen. Hawley.
Joe Biden elevates another Big Tech exec and Social Justice Warrior to run his cyber office. The Big Tech, Big Government alliance continues https://t.co/k0q8aQ7rl2
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) July 25, 2022
Gloster is a prime example of the extensively documented revolving door between Google and Democrat administrations. Prior to working for the tech giant, she was Senior Policy Advisor for Cyber, Infrastructure & Resilience Policy at the Department of Homeland Security under President Obama.
In her tweets, Gloster has demonstrated her ability to tie far-left causes like “systemic racism” to the seemingly unrelated topic of cybersecurity.”
Thank you to these leaders & the organizations they steer for their investment in the #ShareTheMicInCyber community & the growth of our work.
— Camille Stewart #ShareTheMicInCyber (@CamilleEsq) October 27, 2021