Donald Trump made it a dangerous time to tell the truth in America.
So, now that Joe Biden is in the White House, we need to make sure that only the truth gets told:
— NYT Media (@nytmedia) February 2, 2021
This sounds promising! What steps do the experts recommend the Biden administration take to put an end to our reality crisis, New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose?
Gee, why didn’t we think of that?
Probably because we’re not insane.
NYTimes suggests the Biden administration needs to appoint a “reality czar” to deal with misinformation and extremism. https://t.co/jVNWNJ3e1C
— Seth Fiegerman (@sfiegerman) February 2, 2021
Does Kevin really not see a problem with this sort of thing?
— Join Or Die (@Oreallynow1) February 2, 2021
— NordAwoken (@b_awoken) February 2, 2021
No need to reinvent the wheel. Certainly the CCP can help with some best practices.
— Suburban Sheepdog (@RobertKuntz) February 2, 2021
To avoid a fascist regime, they turned DC into a military zone, dissent is stifled as treason, laws are quickly made by executive order, and journalists submit to a Ministry of Truth. https://t.co/SLaYrtSVEm
— Razor (@hale_razor) February 2, 2021
Kevin Roose’s take on the “reality czar” idea:
It sounds a little dystopian, I’ll grant. But let’s hear them out.
Or, Kevin, how about let’s not?
— Privileged Route Faith Community ♻️?️?? (@PrivilegedRoute) February 2, 2021
You certainly did, George. You certainly did.