Nina Jankowicz, the Biden administration’s “disinformation czar” who was dropped from the Department of Homeland Security after public outrage regarding plans to further limit free speech on the internet to liberal-approved talking points, has now registered as a foreign agent.
According to government records, Jankowicz has now registered officially as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), raising serious questions about why the Biden administration attempted to create the role of disinformation czar for her.
Jankowicz, who was appointed by Biden as executive director of the Department of Homeland Security’s new Disinformation Governance Board, was at the center of controversy over the Biden administration’s unconstitutional attempts to limit free speech by censoring opposing views.
She also advised the British government to censor and suppress conservative opinions on the internet, urging it to find ways to suppress “undesirable” speech and ignore what she cynically referred to as “freedom of expression and fairy dust.”
Jankowicz also became infamous for her enthusiasm for musical theater as a means of expressing her left-wing and authoritarian political ideas. She notoriously referred to herself as the “Mary Poppins of disinformation” in a disturbing TikTok post.
Breitbart report: However, Jankowicz was herself a font of disinformation, spreading the notorious “Alfa Bank hoax” before the 2016 election, which falsely claimed that then-candidate Donald Trump had financial ties to a Russian bank.
She has now registered as a foreign representative under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), on behalf of the Centre for Information Resilience, a British organization devoted to countering disinformation online.
One critic of the group, which was only incorporated in 2020, noted its focus on censorship and wondered openly if it is “a British government cutout, conducting info-war operations at arm’s length from the state.”