top of page

"Disinformation"? Hillary is a superspreader


All right, let's talk "disinformation" with Alejandro Mayorkas.

Come to think of it, after Sen. Rand Paul skinned, gutted and fileted Mayorkas on the subject this week during a hearing before the Senate Homeland Security Committee –- a brilliant, total take-down –- he probably doesn’t want to.

But we’re going to talk about it whether Mayorkas, head of the Department of Homeland Security, wants to or not, and we’d like to submit a prime example. This is Exhibit A, a piece of actual disinformation that Mayorkas’ unconstitutional new “Disinformation Governance Board,” which we prefer to call the DHS Ministry Of Truth, would never bother to correct. In fact, they’d probably insist it WAS correct, even though it’s fake through and through. I refer to the preposterous lie that Donald Trump was in cahoots with Vladimir Putin to get himself elected President.

As special counsel John Durham continues looking into the origins of the Russia Hoax during the 2016 presidential campaign, one experienced onlooker, retired Assistant Director for Intelligence for the FBI Kevin Brock, says he’s convinced that Hillary’s campaign used “contrived disinformation” in 2016 to try to mislead Americans into thinking then-candidate Donald Trump was a Russian asset. Of course, this strategy continued after he was elected President. Some Kool-Aid drinkers STILL believe it. And Hillary herself is currently accusing the “deplorables” of spreading disinformation when SHE is the walking, talking superspreader event of all time.

If only a simple face mask could stop this infection.

Brock appeared Wednesday on the Just the News program “Just the News, Not Noise” to say that this was more than political dirty tricks. “Political dirty tricks usually have some basis in truth,” he said. “But they just made stuff up.” He’s impressed with the way Durham’s court filings have exposed this in the case being made against Perkins Coie attorney Michael Sussmann, who is charged with lying to the FBI about “not” bringing them the Alfa Bank story on behalf of any client. In Brock’s opinion, the American people were deceived and defrauded.

Department of Homeland Security Mayorkas might want to listen to Brock if he wants to know how “disinformation” SHOULD be uncovered and dealt with in a free society. “This [the court case] is the way disinformation is really exposed, not by some contrived government agency, but by evidence presented in court that gets to the truth of what really happened,” Brock said. “What Durham is methodically doing is laying out a case that the Hillary Clinton campaign, the Democrat Party, used contrived information in a conspiracy, in a conspiratorial way, to deceive the American voter ahead of the election.”

This conspiracy is what Durham in his motions has been calling the “joint venture.” It involved pushing the narrative to the FBI, the CIA, the State Department and, of course, the news media, who were only too happy to oblige. The same media that made up reasons for rejecting and even censoring the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story in 2020 went crazy with the Trump-Russia story in 2016, even with no verification of its claims, and with some reporters seeing through least one of those claims as “bull----.”

“This is much more than an attorney for the Clinton campaign lying to the FBI,” Brock said. “He is using this charge to expose a larger story, a larger narrative.”

So, in 2016, we had the deliberate spread of disinformation by the Democrats to sway an election. And in 2020, we had the deliberate censorship of REAL information (from Hunter’s laptop), again by the Democrats, to sway an election. Does anyone think the new head of the DHS Ministry Of Truth, the supercalifragilisticexpial-atrocious Nina Jankowicz, would have done anything to stop either of these activities? More likely, this partisan zealot would be assisting the Democrats in every way possible. And I would contend that's why she's in that job. That IS the job.

Brock nails one obvious problem with this board (besides the blatant unconstitutionality) when he says, “I think that disinformation is in the eye of the beholder. I think most people suspect that all of this disinformation will be information promulgated by one political party rather than the other. And so the danger of a governance board like this is that it will be beholden to the party that’s in power in government at that time to silence or mute opposition viewpoints.” No kidding.

Finally, speaking of disinformation, I’ll leave you with this story about the left’s concerted attack on Elon Musk using...(say it with me) disinformation. And who’s behind it? Look at the names of the organizations involved here, and it’s easy to trace this back to George Soros and President Obama, among others. Get a load of this toxic treatise directed to Twitter’s advertisers. Do you think the DHS Ministry Of Truth would ever correct this? We don’t, either.


4 views0 comments
bottom of page