Tesla CEO Elon Musk appears to be reacting negatively on Twitter in response to the Biden administration’s creation of a “disinformation management board” to combat online disinformation just days after Musk’s deal to buy Twitter.
The South African billionaire posted on Twitter in response to a tweet from conservative commentator Stephen Crowder comparing the newly created board of directors to Nazi Germany as “disturbing”.
Homeland Security Minister Alejandro Mallorcas Witness On Wednesday, the recently established “Disinformation Board”, days after Musk bought Twitter, to combat online misinformation.
“The goal is to bring (DHS) resources together to address this threat,” Mayorcas said, adding that the department is focusing on the spread of disinformation in minority communities.
The move was received immediately Cash From Republicans including from Missouri Senator Josh Hawley called the board a “disgrace” and accused board executive director Nina Jankovic, who previously served as a disinformation fellow at the Wilson Center, of being a “radical left.”
Jankowicz has been criticized for having previously appeared to deny the legitimacy of Hunter Biden’s laptop, which has been independently verified by several news outlets, and once referred to it as a “Trump campaign product.”
Musk’s representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox Business.