When Nina Met Joey

Asked about Nina Jankowicz, the executive director of the federal government’s new Disinformation Governance Board, Department of Homeland Security boss Alejandro Mayorkas said, “I don’t question her objectivity.”

“There are people in the department who have a diverse range of views, and they’re incredibly dedicated to the mission,” Mayorkas added. “We’re not the opinion police. She has testified before Congress a number of times, she’s recognized as a tremendous authority, and we’re very fortunate to have her.” 

But Jankowicz, 33, has already provided reasons to question her objectivity. 

As Roger Kimball explains, Nina Jankowicz is an “anti-Trump hack,” already on record that Hunter Biden’s laptop is a “Trump campaign product” and “Russian influence op.” Jankowicz is also a big fan of Christopher Steele, author of the pissing prostitutes dossier, a Clinton campaign product now exposed as pure disinformation. 

Jankowicz also criticized Trump Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe for his declassification decisions. According to our new government disinformation chief, Ratcliffe “dredged up the whole Hillary Clinton email scandal and the hack and leak operation perpetrated by the Russians, and again, that seemed like a political decision designed to help President Trump.” 

Such faithful service is doubtless the primary reason for the selection of Jankowicz. On the other hand, another possibility cannot be discounted. 

Nina Jankowicz is a wannabe chanteuse who croons “I want to be rich, famous and powerful, step on all my enemies and never do a thing,” on YouTube. That tune, David Friedman’s “My Simple Christmas Wish,” asks “who do I have to fake?” to get rich, famous, and powerful. In one rendition, Jankowicz changed that lyric to “who do I have to fuck” to get rich and powerful.

The most likely candidate is the “the Big Guy” referenced in the Hunter Biden laptop. Aside from his plagiarism, Joe Biden has a record as a hands-on guy with a nose for the ladies. As Bill Clinton confirmed, the White House is an ideal place for the most powerful man in the world to get some action with Monica Lewinsky, the 21-year-old intern who gave Bill the benefit of hindsight. 

Joe’s second-in-command, Kamala Harris, owes her start to poontronage from Democrat queenmaker Willie Brown, a married man 30 years her senior. Brown set up his steady girlfriend in lucrative sinecures and backed her runs for district attorney of San Francisco, state attorney general, the U.S. Senate, and now vice president. As it turned out, a little poontronage went a long way. 

At 79, the married Joe Biden is some 46 years older than Nina Jankowicz, but the Delaware Democrat believes he is ageless. He’s been known to challenge people to push-up contests and brags about taking rival candidates out behind the gym for a whipping. So it’s not a stretch that Joe Biden would want to test his virility, especially with both a willing partner and pharmaceutical boosters at the ready. 

Some day Biden’s disinformation boss may post a video about how it all went down. The self-styled “Mary Poppins of misinformation” is going to be busy. 

Biden has openly touted voter fraud, but the Delaware Democrat does have a devious side. 

As Hunter Biden’s laptop reveals, in emails to his son, Joe Biden used the pseudonym “Peter Henderson,” which has a history of sorts. 

In several Tom Clancy novels, including The Hunt for Red October, Peter Henderson is the name of a Soviet spy embedded in the U.S. government. Joe Biden started using the pseudonym in October 2016, to forward a YouTube video to Hunter. The National Pulse first picked up on the ruse in October 2020. 

For Jankowicz, that’s all Russian disinformation. Maybe she’ll clear it up in her powerful new post with the Department of Homeland Security, which could also stand some scrutiny.

Established in 2002 in the wake of 9/11, the DHS failed to prevent terrorist attacks at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009 (14 dead, more than 30 wounded); San Bernardino, California, in 2015 (14 murdered, more than 20 wounded); Orlando, Florida, in 2016, with 49 murdered and more than 50 wounded. Under Mayorkas, the DHS now targets anyone less than worshipful of the Biden regime. 

According to a February 7 DHS bulletin, the United States is now under a heightened threat from “an online environment filled with false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis-, dis-, and mal-information (MDM) introduced and/or amplified by foreign and domestic threat actors.” 

The bulletin neglects to mention any of the “actors,” foreign or domestic. The DHS finds a threat in “the proliferation of false or misleading narratives, which sow discord or undermine public trust in U.S. government institutions.” How about the DHS, for example? 

 In 2002, the late P. J. O’Rourke said the Department of Homeland Security sounded like a failed savings and loan. By 2022, the foundering security agency had been fundamentally transformed into an organ of thought control. Look for that to continue under anti-Trump hack Nina Jankowicz, a “tremendous authority,” as Mayorkas said, and incredibly dedicated to the mission.

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About Lloyd Billingsley

Lloyd Billingsley is the author of Hollywood Party and other books including Bill of Writes and Barack ‘em Up: A Literary Investigation. His journalism has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Spectator (London) and many other publications. Billingsley serves as a policy fellow with the Independent Institute.

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