DHS Sought Left-Wing Partisans for Misinformation Mission

(Daily360.com) – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was looking to put together an exclusive panel aimed at taking down ‘misinformation’ and they looked to fill it with left-wing partisans. Late in 2021, The Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA) and the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee’s (CSAC) Protecting Critical Infrastructure from Misinformation and Disinformation subcommittee met for the purpose of creating recommendations for CISA regarding misinformation, disinformation and mal-information which they abbreviated to ‘MDM.’ The objective was to have suggestions readied, vetted and implemented by the 2022 mid-term elections. Recently, documents and minutes have become public showing these groups reached out to groups and individuals who have relationships with Democratic causes.

Amongst this group was now well-known former Twitter chief legal officer Vijaya Gadde. Gadde fired by Elon Musk when he bought Twitter and became its CEO has testified before Congress in relation to her decisions regarding censorship of conservatives on the platform. She was one of the key decision makers in censoring the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story. This action subsequently covered up the Biden family’s shady dealings with foreign nation’s and likely affected the 2020 election. Another member of the panel was Kate Starbird, a professor at University of Washington. Starbird very vocally encouraged her social media followers to vote only Democrat and believed Donald Trump spoke in “white nationalism and ethno -nationalism” undertones. The rest was comprised of DHS officials and other government insiders.

Gadde, Starbird and their fellow subcommittee members informed CISA that MDM could threaten “critical functions” of democracy. These could include matters of public health, financial systems, elections, and court business. CISA took in and made partial acceptance of many of their recommendations but chose to delegate implementation to the intelligence community. The DHS would take the referrals and then outsource content censorship of ‘disinformation’ to tech company personnel, including Gadde. CISA denies this was the process, claiming they only gave “broad guidance” related to “foreign influence.”

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