There’s been a dramatic escalation recently we need to tell you about in the Biden administration’s longest and hardest-fought war. That would be the war against what they’re calling misinformation. Almost daily, Biden’s battle-hardened flack mounts the podium at the White House with updates on the conflict’s progress.
Last week, Biden’s spox bot told the press corps that the campaign against misinformation has encountered serious and unexpected setbacks. Misinformation won a series of bloody skirmishes, on cable news and in social media. Thousands of Americans died, but the commander in chief is not bound by this. He’s not giving up. Indeed, Joe Biden has just begun to fight.
Going forward, the First Amendment will be suspended until further notice. And if misinformation appears on your Facebook page or in your Twitter feed or even in your private text messages, Joe Biden will summarily execute misinformation. He will hunt it down and kill it himself. This is total war.
All of us are going to have to make sacrifices in this war. The question is, what does the enemy look like? To this point, no one in authority has provided a clear description of misinformation. The White House still has not defined what it is or what it looks like. Like extremism and white supremacy, misinformation is an elastic and mysterious term like the Viet Cong, it appears out of nowhere from the night itself to take our lives. We hate misinformation with all of our hearts, but we can’t really describe it.
Not that we need to really. In the federal agencies in Washington, there is a working definition for misinformation. It’s any criticism of the Joe Biden administration or its policies. That’s what we’re fighting against. Like all patriotic media in wartime, the cable news network is fully on board with this effort.
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