No “cyber component” is needed for the proposed “rapid response team” to parachute into local jurisdictions to help election officials with “informational threats,” the agency subcommittee said.

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Secret documents obtained by the House Judiciary Committee show that a Department of Homeland Security agency “expanded its mission to surveil Americans’ speech on social media, colluded with Big Tech and government-funded third parties to censor by proxy, and tried to hide its plainly unconstitutional activities from the public,” according to an interim staff report released Monday night.

The findings add details to reporting by Just the News about the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and its work with private entities to remove, throttle, and label purported misinformation on elections, Hunter Biden, and COVID-19 — efforts that might even constitute election meddling and sometimes target true content.

Trending: Biden Administration ‘Colluded’ With Big Tech To Censor Americans, House Lawmakers Report Says

The “severe public outcry” in spring 2022 against DHS’s Disinformation Governance Board, shuttered a few months later, so alarmed CISA and its advisors that they “tried to cover their tracks” on censorship and surveillance, which “included scrubbing CISA’s website of references to domestic ‘misinformation’ and ‘disinformation,'” the report says.

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