The controversial chair of the Biden-like Disinformation Committee drew fresh scorn and scorn Friday over a noteworthy TikTok clip for its adaptation of a Mary Poppins song to be about disinformation.
New Nina Jankovic Reappeared take The tune “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” was shared widely online on Friday after its debut. It has its own history of spreading misinformation online.
“Information laundering is really fierce. Jankowicz sang in a TikTok video in February 2021: It’s when the surfer takes some lies and makes it sound early, by telling them in Congress or a major outlet, so the origins of the misinformation are somewhat less egregious.”
“When Rudy Giuliani shared bad information from Ukraine. Or when influencers on TikTok say COVID can’t cause pain. They are laundering information and we should really take note. And their lies are not supported by our wallet, our vote, or our vote.”
When Jankowicz—a disinformation expert with a history of casting doubt on Hunter Biden’s laptop from Hell—published the footage, she wrote, “You can only call me Mary Poppins for disinformation.”
The rendition resurfaced after Jankowicz revealed on Wednesday that she has been named executive director of the Department of Homeland Security’s new “Disinformation Management Board.”
Senator Ted Cruz tweeted Friday alongside the footage: “This is Biden’s Secretary of Truth…”.
OutKick founder Clay Travis added: “This is Biden’s new head of the Department of Truth, Nina Jankovic. She is in charge of truth and fiction in America. Every time you think the Biden administration couldn’t get more ridiculous.”
“This definitely should go into the 2022 Time Capsule. #MinistryOfTruth,” Hollywood actor James Woods chirp.
Rudy Giuliani too weighed He described it as “hit a doodle that Biden put in charge of the Department of Truth.”
and author and columnist David Marcus chirp: “I would like to apologize for this on behalf of all the theater staff.”
Conservatives were quick to criticize Jankovi? disinformation panel — citing her history of repeatedly casting doubt on The Post’s report on Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said the Biden administration’s decision to name its CEO was “unacceptable” and Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson earlier described it as a “beacon of disinformation.”