Most call Prez Biden's proposed social media crackdown an effort to establish a "Ministry Of Truth" right out of George Orwell's classic 1984 novel. It's a move that has been received poorly by both conservative and progressive voters.
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Missouri's firebrand right-wing Senator has been pushing back and garnering a surprising level of support against an already unpopular President . . .
The Missouri Republican's legislation is aimed at immediately dissolving the new "Disinformation Governance Board" and would ensure that DHS could never re-establish its attempt to monitor and censor the First Amendment rights of Americans. It would also prohibit Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas from authorizing similar activities elsewhere in DHS.
In addition to dissolving the board, Hawley's "Dissolving the Disinformation Governance Board Act" would require Mayorkas to disclose all records pertaining to the formation of the board within 30 days of the legislation being enacted.
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FIRST ON FOX: Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley is introducing a bill Wednesday that would immediately dissolve President Biden's Department of Homeland Security (DHS) disinformation board, which includes removing the executive director position currently held by the new controversial director, Nina Jankowicz.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., took aim at the Department of Homeland Security 's newly created "disinformation board," calling on it to be dissolved. "There's no 'confusion' over the Biden Disinformation Board," Hawley said on Twitter Monday. "Everyone understands exactly what it is - a censorship committee to punish free speech.
If the last few years have taught us anything, it's that Babylon Bee-style parodies often turn out to be prophetic.
Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri - you know, the fist-pump-for-fascism guy - has christened himself the Republican Party's man whisperer. According to Hawley, American masculinity is under threat from Democrats, porn and video games. Of course, Hawley and the conservative movement's pitch about what it means to be a real man rests on their sales abilities.
You will recall that Lauren Boebert was unsuprisingly confused about what lawmaking power she has as a lawmaker, having threatened to not "extend Micky (sic) Mouse's trademark", which is not a power Congress has. Josh Hawley, who has never been shy about threatening private companies over protected speech, at least has straight which law to...
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