The weaponization of the Department of Justice continues apace.
The establishment is pushing the United States in a direction where wrongthink is illegal.
And Merrick Garland’s goons got some nightmarish new partners for FBI collusion.
The election of Donald Trump infuriated the establishment elites.
They could not believe that an outsider could defeat their propaganda machines and become president of the United States.
Ever since Trump’s victory in 2016, the establishment has been looking for ways to claw back free speech on social media, which was how Trump was able to circumvent the corporate-controlled media.
Fake Facebook “whistleblower” outed herself with new project
Now Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen, who was turned into an overnight celebrity of the so-called mainstream media, is teaming up with establishment players on a new internet censorship program.
CNBC reported that “a Facebook whistleblower, two former U.S. defense secretaries, several past lawmakers and intelligence chiefs are forming a new group to address the harmful impacts social media can have on kids, communities and national security. The Council for Responsible Social Media, publicly launched on Wednesday, is a project of the cross-partisan political reform nonprofit Issue One, which focuses on strengthening U.S. democracy and works with many former members of Congress on solutions.”
The Council for Responsible Social Media sounds just as Orwellian as the establishment’s last attempt to censor conversations, i.e. the Disinformation Governance Board, which was briefly run by partisan leftist Nina Jankowicz.
This new highfalutin council has people “on both sides” of the establishment aisle, which is supposed to give it an air of legitimacy.
CNBC added that “some well-known names joining the council include former Secretaries of Defense Chuck Hagel and Leon Panetta, former Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., former Facebook employee-turned-whistleblower Frances Haugen and former Google design ethicist Tristan Harris. Chris Krebs, Michael Rogers and Porter Goss, who previously led the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency, respectively, are also members.”
Senators, spooks, tech bros, and warmongers
The council is composed of Senators, spooks, tech bros, and warmongers.
What could possibly go wrong?
Haugen explained, “I think things like this group are very important for providing a unified front, to get common-sense change that can really make a difference…[Content moderation is a] distraction from the real path forward, which is around product design, safety by design, transparency.”
So this group is setting out to regulate companies from the ground up, not just slapping them on the wrist regarding content moderation policies.
The last two years should be a shining example of what will happen if the elites can completely control of the online discourse.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.