March 25, 2023

Watch: Former Obama State Dept. Official Defends Pushing Propaganda on Americans

Richard Stengel headed corrupt disinformation watchdog organization GEC, which was found to have coordinated with Twitter to censor accounts that challenged establishment narratives.

A former Obama official who headed a disinformation watchdog that worked closely with the federal government and Twitter to censor Americans has previously defended pushing propaganda to mislead the public.

Richard Stengel is a former State Department official under Obama and founder of the Global Engagement Center (GEC), which has come under scrutiny since the Twitter Files revealed the extent of its role to censor the American people who defy establishment narratives.

At a congressional hearing related to the government’s corrupt censorship collusion with Twitter, Rep. Dan Bishop (R-N.C.) played audio of Stengel defending propagandizing Americans.

“Basically every country creates their own narrative and story.  My old job at the State Department is what people used to joke as the ‘Chief Propagandist’ job,” Stengel had said in the recording.

“We haven’t talked about propaganda. Propaganda, I’m not against propaganda. Every country does it and they have to do it to their own population,” he added.

Here’s Stengel’s original remarks during a Council on Foreign Relations conference:

Emails in the Twitter Files revealed the GEC was a key entity involved the social media platform’s censorship policies, working as a go-between for the federal government and Twitter.

Journalists Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger testified Thursday before Congress about their findings regarding the Twitter Files, showing a vast web of censorship organizations and protocols that they termed the “Censorship-Industrial Complex.”

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