Shortly after “pausing” the highly controversial “disinformation” board that the Democrats were planning to weaponize against Conservatives to censor them – the White House has announced a disturbingly similar task force to be launched, only this time Vice President Kamala Harris will be in charge.
According to the White House, Biden will sign a presidential memorandum to establish the “White House Task Force to Address Online Harassment and Abuse,” which will focus primarily on opposing what they deem to be “disinformation” and online abuse.
“The Task Force will produce recommendations for the Federal government, state governments, technology platforms, schools, and other public and private entities to prevent and address technology-facilitated gender-based violence, including a focus on the nexus between online misogyny and radicalization to violence,” the White House said.
Harris addressed the effort at the White House, “The internet is an essential part of life in the 21st century. Can’t get around it! Can’t get around without it!” she said.
“No one should have to endure abuse, just because they are attempting to participate in society!” she added.
She went on to paint a scenario where anti-abortion advocates could purchase digital information about a woman and use it in order to prove that she went to another state to obtain an abortion and turn it over to local authorities to punish her.
“This is a realistic scenario!” she claimed.
The press release stated that the task force would include Attorney General Merrick Garland and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, among others.
The task force was also to be instrumental in “developing programs and policies to address the disproportionate impact of online harassment, abuse, and disinformation campaigns targeting women and LGBTQI+ individuals who are public and political figures, government and civic leaders, activists, and journalists in the United States and globally.”
At a White House media briefing following the announcement, a reporter asked White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre how the new effort differed from the government’s previous “Disinformation Governance Board,” and she could not answer the question.
“On a background call last night we were told that it’s going to be different from the Disinformation Governance Board in that it’s going to focus on illegal conduct online,” the reporter began. “But the memo creating it was a little bit broader and it mentioned — I’m quoting from the document — ‘online harassment, abuse, and disinformation campaigns targeting women and LGBTQI+ individuals who are public and political figures.’”
“Can you clear up the disinformation part?” he asked.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre replied that she would “need to talk to her team,” and then notes that she was not party to the background call that the reporter had been on the night before.
Harris’ time as VP has seen her sink to tragically low approval ratings amid reports of her incompetence and disorder in her office. A majority of Americans have said she is not capable of taking on the role of president if she were called to do so and assuming this censorship role will certainly not help her case.