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The woman chosen to be the CEO of Biden The administration’s new “disinformation board” is facing criticism for its political ideology and for denying the legitimacy of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop computer in the past.
Homeland Security Minister Alejandro Mallorcas Witness On Wednesday, a “disinformation board” was recently created to combat online misinformation and Politico reported that Nina Jankovic, who previously served as a disinformation fellow at the Wilson Center, will chair the board as CEO.
Jankowicz has previously Referred to to Hunter Biden’s laptop, which has been endorsed by several news outlets, as a “Trump campaign product” and noted that it was a “Russian influence reference.”
Jankowicz attempted to clarify her October 2020 tweet this week, saying that she was simply tweeting live on a presidential debate.
Critics on social media criticized the decision to appoint Jankovi? and expressed concern that she would not be an honest director of the board.
“Instead of monitoring our borders, the Department of Homeland Security has decided to make monitoring Americans’ speech a top priority,” Republican Senator Josh Hawley wrote on Twitter. “They’re creating a disinformation council. No, really. Take a look at the views of the radical left that runs it.”
“It is clear that this individual is the new chair of the Homeland Security Disinformation Governance Council,” Chuck Ross of The Washington Free Beacon wrote on Twitter. “Republicans Didn’t Fund the Steele File”.
“I can’t make this!!!” Conservative radio host Larry Elder tweeted. Biden set up a “disinformation council” headed by an eight-month-old pregnant Russian expert who described Hunter’s laptop as a “Trump campaign product” and said she “shivers when she thinks.” Tweet embed the control @Twitter. “
Jankowicz did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.