Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul left DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas stunned in a searing speech this week over his new “Ministry of Truth” to battle so-called disinformation.
Senator Rand Paul artfully pointed out at one point the government helped disseminate the Steele dossier and illegally spied on a presidential candidate and even into his presidency. The facts now show the dossier was made up, but not before the government thought it was true. Rand wanted to know if the government’s “Ministry of Truth” would have disseminated that information to the people?
Mayorkas tried to bring the conversation back by pointing out the disinformation Mexican drug cartels say about Title 42, and how they use it to try to recruit more people to pay them to get them across the border. But Senator Rand Paul didn’t fall for it and again artfully outwitted Biden’s “Ministry of Truth” director.
The pattern of the government and DHS with handling truth is the exact opposite of what the country needs deciding which information is disinformation. The lack of transparency in the current administration is already running high.
Putting the left in charge of disinformation is simply another move to control speech it does not like, whether conservatives on social media or political leaders who could be a threat to Democrats winning future elections. Find out more in the latest video featuring Rand’s speech.