Employees of the Department of Homeland Security headquartered in the National Capital Area celebrated 14 years of devotion and hard work on March 29, 2017 at DHS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly thanked over 200 staffers for their service, took part in a cake-cutting celebration, and launched a 1.4-mile fun/run walk for staff. Matthew Harmon took the official DHS photo.
Meeting today from the National cyber Security Agency Cybersecurity Expert Panel, which includes former Twitter director of legal policy, trust, and safety Vijaya Gadde and other key academic and corporate figures, revealed that the panel issued a report encouraging surveillance on “social media sites of all sizes, mainstream press, cable news, hyper-partisan media, radio talk shows, and other internet resources” in order to police.
They urged the government to shape the “information ecology” by developing propaganda to support “important democratic institutions, like the courts, or other sectors, such as the financial sector or public health initiatives.” According to Geoff Hale, the leader of CISA’s Election Security Action plan, the feds must employ impartial charities as a “clearing house for info” to prevent the impression of government propaganda.
Big League Politics reported on the Biden administration’s failed attempt to establish a Disinformation Governance Board entrusted with mind control:
“The Disinformation Governing Board is a huge passion project for the elites of the liberal world order. Despite the fact that most Americans detest it because of its Orwellian and hypocritical activities.”
Fortunately, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has formally stopped the project as a result of widespread public outrage.
The final report of the department’s Homeland Security Advisory Council is here.
“The Department supports the suggestions of the Homeland Security Advisory Board, which found that fighting misinformation that threatens the nation, and providing the public with correct information in response, is vital to accomplishing the Department’s goals,” the statement continues.
“We applaud the Subcommittee because of its work,” it says, “which required substantial fact collection and analysis in a short period of time.”
“In accordance with the HSAC’s previous recommendations, Director of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas has discontinued the Disinformation Governing Panel and canceled its charter effective today, August 24, 2022,” the statement concludes.