On Thursday, the Biden regime announced the creation of a “Disinformation Governance Board” within the Department of Homeland Security. The appointed head of the new board is far-left disinformation reporter Nina Jankowicz, who will be in charge of eliminating free speech in the U.S.

Nina Jankowicz

Jankowicz is already well-known for spreading far-left misinformation herself (see our earlier story on Jankowicz). Conservative reporter Jack Posobiec shared a video on Human Events Daily, exposing Jankowicz for spreading the false narrative that Trump supporters were going to bring weapons to the polls to intimidate voters during the 2020 election.

“I think there’s a general concern about Trump supporters potentially showing up armed to the polls,” said Jankowicz on a CNN broadcast in 2020. “And these sorts of voter suppression, voter intimidation – that’s illegal everywhere.”

“And I think there’s just, again, a widespread fear that, you know, groups of irregular supporters are gonna show up at the polls to intimidate people,” added Jankowicz.

Posobiec posted the video clip to Twitter, accompanied by his personal commentary:

Let’s not forget that back in 2008, members of the “New Black Panther Party” blocked the doors of a polling station in Philadelphia and tried to intimidate voters during the presidential election.

Member of the New Black Panther Party blocking doors of a Philadelphia polling station, holding a nightstick (2008)

And again in 2018, the New Black Panther Party made public attempts to intimidate voters and scare people into submission in Georgia. Members of the party marched through the city of Atlanta carrying assault rifles and campaign signs for Stacey Abrams.

No one seemed to panic about this explicitly threatening party.

How can we allow our nation’s spread of information to be censored by someone who has a lengthy track record of spreading anti-right-wing propaganda and disinformation?

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