Biden Has a Brand New ‘Hit List’ — You Won’t Believe Who’s On It

What happened to unity? This campaign promise repeated over and over by Biden and his allies was quickly abandoned once the old man entered the White House. Since he assumed office, Biden has done nothing buy sow the seeds of discord throughout the country, leaving the entire nation in panic over the state of affairs.

Now, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, the administration is actively compiling a list of “problematic” social media posts and are in constant contact with Big Tech executives in an effort to combat what they call “misinformation.”

The aim is to identify and censor all social media posts the administration considers harmful to their mass vaccination efforts.

Free speech is out the window.

This admission from Psaki burdens Americans with the knowledge that not only are they being censored by social media terms of service, a highly restrictive set of arbitrary rules used to punish political dissidents, but a new layer of censorship is now on the horizon. Anything considered “medical misinformation” by the Biden administration will not be flagged, monitored, and compiled on a list to be dealt with how they see fit.

The White House is teaming up with the Surgeon General’s office to seek and destroy any social media posts considered harmful to their plan of vaccinating 100% of the population — besides the illegal border crossers of course.

Watch Jen Psaki’s troublesome admission here:

Earlier in the day, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy released a manifesto detailing the administration’s plan to combat “medical misinformation.” The plan consists of several points to help further censor the population and destroy the “world where misinformation poses an imminent and insidious threat to our nation’s health.”

Murthy determined that social media companies can better tackle the “medical misinformation” problem by:

  • Assess the benefits and harms of products and platforms and take responsibility for addressing the harms.
  • Give researchers access to useful data to properly analyze the spread and impact of misinformation.
  • Strengthen the monitoring of misinformation.
  • Prioritize early detection of misinformation “super-spreaders” and repeat offenders.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of internal policies and practices in addressing misinformation and be transparent with findings.
  • Proactively address information deficits.
  • Amplify communications from trusted messengers and subject matter experts.
  • Prioritize protecting health professionals, journalists, and others from online harassment,

Author: Asa McCue