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Cyber Agency CISA Caught Colluding with Big Tech to Censor Americans and then Creating Non-Profit to Hide Its Crimes

The Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government caught the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) colluding with Big Tech to censor Americans and then moving these operations to their funded non-profit to avoid its wrongdoing.  

The House’s Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government released a report showing that the CISA is colluding with Big Tech to prevent free speech and then moved its operations to a non-profit once they were caught.

The censorship regime is headed up by the Department of Homeland Security and it is colluding with election officials, social media giants, and leftist organizations.

The report from the House Committee is below.  It states in its Executive Summary:

• CISA is “working with federal partners to mature a whole-of-government approach” to curbing alleged misinformation and disinformation.
• CISA considered the creation of an anti-misinformation “rapid response team” capable of physically deploying across the United States.
• CISA moved its censorship operation to a CISA-funded non-profit after CISA and the Biden Administration were sued in federal court, implicitly admitting that its censorship activities are unconstitutional.
• CISA wanted to use the same CISA-funded non-profit as its mouthpiece to “avoid the appearance of government propaganda.”
• Members of CISA’s advisory committee agonized that it was “only a matter of time before someone realizes we exist and starts asking about our work.”

The Committee and the Select Subcommittee are responsible for investigating “violation[s] of the civil liberties of citizens of the United States.”13 In accordance with this mandate, this interim staff report on CISA’s violations of the First Amendment and other unconstitutional activities fulfills the obligation to identify and report on the weaponization of the federal government against American citizens. The work, however, is not done. CISA still has not adequately complied with a subpoena for relevant documents, and much more factfinding is necessary. In order to better inform the Committee’s legislative efforts, the Committee and Select Subcommittee will continue to investigate CISA’s and other Executive Branch agencies’ entanglement with social media platforms

See the report below:

cisa-staff-report6-26-23 by Joe Ho on Scribd

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