The following is a 104-page Interim Staff Report released by the US House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary and the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. It was published last November 6, 2023.
The report looks at how the Federal Government “effectively outsourced to the newly emerging censorship-industrial complex” which markedly favored certain groups and specific narratives. Aside from detailing the Federal Government’s heavy-handed creation and operation of the Election Integrity Partnership (EIP), a consortium of “disinformation” academics led by Stanford University that led to the censorship of millions of Americans, the report also reveals the confidential and intricate reporting system used by the EIP.
The report also states that the EIP was created to “combat foreign actors attempting to undermine American elections”. The reports of the Committee’s and Select Subcommittee’s investigation revealed that “the true focus and purpose of the censors’ ‘election integrity’ work was to target the very Americans they claim to protect”.
Editor’s Note: For people who do not yet believe that the government can manipulate public perception on the internet, we hope that this report will open their eyes to their delusion. We publish this article on this website because the censorship strategies outlined here are used not just in the US, but in every country in the world. People in the Philippines, where more than 90% of citizens have their own social media accounts, are subjected to this censorship.
This is proof that only when we allow several viewpoints to be heard can truth be able to educate our decisions. No one has the right to dictate truth, not governments, academics, and certainly, not social media companies.
We hope that this article will serve as a cautionary tale to all of us: Not everything you read online is real. We must learn to research, look deeper, and read critically if we are to uncover the truth.
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