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Who needs a Ministry of Truth — only people protecting a Big Lie

The Poor Democrats won the election fair and square and only had peaceful rallies all year — but half the country doesn’t believe them. Even when the friendly Trillion-dollar Giant Media Cabal bans their political opponents, destroys Parler, and filters out mentions of voting irregularities  — that isn’t enough.

If only they could go on a Public Affairs TV show and politely explain why they are right?

Here’s a radical idea — how about holding a press conference to answer all the allegations, hand over the ballot machines, the ballots, and the check the signatures? It would all be so easy. Since they can’t do that, and they can’t think of any good reasons why they can’t do that, it’s time for A Reality Czar! Let the good hand of The Government Tell you what the Truth Is.

And who’s suggesting it? The Free Press….

The NY Times Wants Biden to Create a ‘Reality Czar’ 

Benjamin Gill and Steve Warren, CBN News

Kevin Roose, a technology columnist for The [New York] Times, writes, “Several experts I spoke with recommended that the Biden administration put together a cross-agency taskforce to tackle disinformation and domestic extremism, which would be led by something like a ‘reality czar’.”

That the New York Times doesn’t see this as competition says quite a lot about The New York Times. If a government commission researches and tells the world the whole truth, what exactly does the The New York Times do? Cut and paste the press releases?

A Harvard Uni professor on media policy calls for a “truth commission”:

One of those experts, Joan Donovan, the research director of Harvard University’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, even implied that the new administration could set up a “truth commission,” similar to the 9/11 Commission, to investigate the planning and execution of the Capitol siege on Jan. 6.

Who needs a media? Who needs a professor, or for that matter, media research? Just ask the Government. What could possibly go wrong?

Normal people combat misinformation with information.

AOC has so few good answers she needs a whole government ministry  instead:

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) …  said in an Instagram video post Wednesday. “We’re going to have to figure out how we rein in our media environment so you can’t just spew disinformation and misinformation,” …

Because when the media silences and sacks people, cancels political opponents and won’t print the biggest two political scandals in fifty years — that’s not enough help to maintain the Big Lie?

By Joe Concha, The Hill

To review what we’ve witnessed since the horrific, repugnant, deadly siege on the Capitol last week:

(A) – The banning of President Trump on Twitter in perpetuity for the crime of announcing that he won’t attend the Biden inauguration. Reason: Through codebreaking not seen since the Brits in World War II, Twitter concluded that the president was actually sending a bat signal to supporters to attack the event since he won’t be there, which is a stretch.

(B) – Google, Apple and Amazon colluding – indirectly or otherwise – to crush Twitter competitor Parler out of existence after it became the most downloaded app in the Apple store on Jan 7. And in the process of doing so, sending an unambiguous message to anyone thinking of filling the Parler void: If you try to create a social media platform that is enticing to conservatives, we have the power to eliminate you through a three-step process. First, Amazon takes away cloud hosting services the way an engine is stripped from a car. Then Apple, through its App Store, and Google, through its app store, withhold the keys to entry to the platform.

The Democrats already have a Ministry of Truth:  Big Tech

The Daily Caller recently reported that at least 14 of Biden’s picks to join the administration or advise on the transition “have worked for Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Google or Amazon,” while adding that “his chief National Security Council spokesperson will be a former Twitter exec.”

Or perhaps Big Tech have their own Government?

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