Psaki Accidentally Confirms Everything Critics Have Claimed About Biden’s New ‘Disinformation’ Czar

White House press secretary Jen Psaki attempted to defend the executive director of the Biden administration’s newly created “Disinformation Governance Board,” Nina Jankowicz, by accidentally confirming everything that critics have been saying about her.

While attempting to stand up for the new head of the administration’s Orwellian “Ministry of Truth,” Psaki accidentally admitted that everything critics have been saying about the disinformation czar’s “extensive experience” in spreading disinformation is true.

As Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy was grilling Psaki about the subject, he pointed out that Jankowicz had previously called the objectively-true Hunter Biden laptop story “Russian disinformation.”

Doocy went on to ask Psaki if the American people should “look forward in the future to her censoring internet traffic about the Hunter Biden laptop?”

Psaki answered the question by doubling down on her previous claim that Jankowicz is “an expert on online disinformation.”

Of course, Jankowicz is a disinformation “expert.” She has an extensive history of posting disinformation online, including several pieces of disinformation about COVID-19, the infamous Steele dossier, former President Donald Trump, ISIS, and obviously the Hunter Biden laptop issue.

“The woman you noted [Jankowicz] has extensive experience and has done extensive work addressing disinformation,” Psaki told Doocy before descending into a desperate, nonsensical list of Jankowicz’s so-called “credentials.”

Social media was quick to call out the White House press secretary on her latest batch of lies, pointing out that the Biden administration had specifically chosen a woman who was a purveyor of disinformation to head a newly created government agency supposedly designed to fight against disinformation.

“In America, the biggest source of disinformation is this person,” one Twitter user wrote.

“By extensive experience you mean an expert in the spread of disinformation?” another Twitter user asked.