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Biden’s new Ministry of Truth is exactly why we need a Convention of States ASAP

Published in Blog on May 02, 2022 by Silence Dogood

It’s so dystopian it seems like a movie, but it unfortunately is not.

The Department of Homeland Security announced just last week that it is creating a Committee of Public Information to combat disinformation, headed by the self-proclaimed Russian disinformation expert, Nina Jankowicz.

That’s right. The Ministry of Truth from George Orwell’s 1984 is becoming reality nearly 40 years after the fictional story’s set time frame. Taxpayers are now funding the government to monitor what information is accessible to us online and what is deemed trustworthy and accurate news. 

We no longer need to think, right?

Apparently, the people in the federal government think that middle America still trusts in them – that has certainly changed.

The committee has been dubbed the Disinformation Governance Board and has received plenty of heat since it was first announced, especially for making far-leftist Nina Jankowicz in charge. 

“Platforms and governments aren’t doing enough,” Jankowicz once wrote on social media in response to online criticism of Kamala Harris. “It’s time to act. Our national security and democracy are at stake.”

In 2020, she suggested the (accurate) story regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop was Russian disinformation, which really shows just how she will approach her role as an information officer.

We already know the media, government and politicians will all contort anything to fit the narrative they are pushing, which is why independent research is a necessity. Yet critical thinking has never been more discouraged.

Why would any sane person decide to put all of their trust into these corrupt sources instead of being a self-governing, free-thinking individual? Knowledge is key to a free society, and controlling the people’s access to information allows the government to control what we believe and how we respond. 

We’re living in a strange time when the federal government is attempting to gain control over as many people as possible through controlled media, but a Convention of States can help fight this absurdity. 

Using Article V of the Constitution, the states can come together and limit the federal government’s overall power so that our information is not filtered through the State Department’s overreaching power. Censorship has no place in America.

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