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Biden Administration Admits to Collaborating With Big Tech, “We’re Flagging Problematic Posts for Facebook”


The Biden Administration is finally saying the truth out loud.

They just admitted to collaborating with Big Tech.

Press Secretary jen Psaki admitted that the administration is openly collaborating with Facebook in order to combat disinformation.

During a press conference Thursday, Psaki said this:

"We're flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation."

Check out social media reaction to Psaki's bombshell admission!

National Review with the full story:

During a press briefing Thursday, Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that the White House was collaborating with social media companies to censor COVID ‘disinformation.’

In response to a reporter’s question, she said the federal government has ramped up its disinformation research and tracking.

“We’re flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation,” she said.

She discussed four key steps the federal government is taking to hold Facebook and other tech titans accountable for identifying and restricting content deemed factually incorrect surrounding the COVID vaccine.

“Facebook should provide publicly and transparently data on the reach of the COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, not just engagement but the reach of the misinformation and the audience that it’s reaching,” Psaki commented. ” This should be provided not just to researchers but to the public.”

She also said the White House had proposed a “robust enforcement strategy” that bridges the properties of the tech titans like Facebook, which also owns the popular apps Instagram and Snapchat, and  “provides transparency about the rules.”

Kayleigh McEnany and others chimed in:

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