An interim report regarding the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), of which has grown to be among the most significant deep state outposts promoting the censorship of Americans, was recently released by the Judiciary Committee’s select panel on the weaponization of the United States government.
The report, which can be read in full at the website of the House Judiciary Committee, describes how CISA, which was established in 2018 to fight cybersecurity threats toward American critical infrastructure, quickly expanded the scope of its mandate to include defending the nation’s ostensibly impressionable citizens from “misinformation as well as disinformation.”
As previously revealed by Breitbart News, CISA partnered with the infamous Election Integrity Partnership, a group that meddled in the election by censoring prominent Republican social media influencers.
“Breitbart News, the New York Post, Fox News, and the Epoch Times were among the news organizations targeted by the EIP. Other targets included the social media pages of well-known conservatives Tom Fitton, Jack Posobiec, Charlie Kirk, Mark Levin, James O’Keefe, and Sean Hannity.”
“The consortium also regularly mentioned President Trump and his sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.”
Following Joe Biden’s inauguration, CISA continued its work by creating a “Disinformation and Misinformation subcommittee” with participation from both public and private figures, such as Vijaya Gadde, a former top Twitter censor, Doctor Kate Starbird from the EIP, and Suzanne Spaulding, a prior CIA legal adviser.
In one email received by the Committee, Jen Easterly, the current head of CISA, said that the organization’s focus on disinformation was an effort to safeguard America’s “cognitive infrastructure” and so came under its purview.
“Building that resistance against misinformation and deception, in my opinion, is quite crucial. One might argue that we are in a position of critical infrastructure and that perhaps the most vital infrastructure is your cognitive infrastructure,” penned Easterly.
If there is any good news, it is that Silicon Valley is no longer supportive of the government’s relentless censorship efforts. A member of CISA contacted LinkedIn workers after the Department of Homeland Security’s contentious “Disinformation Governance Board” was revealed, urging them to “reach out” should they “have any questions.”