WASHINGTON, DC – The recently announced Disinformation Governance Board, or Ministry of Truth as it’s casually known, quickly set its sights on a first target: accurate communications during flight delays.
The Biden Administration’s recently formed Disinformation Governance Board announced its first target as it quickly got to work: accurate communication during flight delays.
The DGB, or what is unofficially now called the Ministry of Truth released a statement early this week indicating that the first place it was going to focus its newfound power was ensuring that passengers receive accurate information from airlines and pilots during any sort of flight disruption.
In the press release, DGB Head Nina Jankowicz noted, “It’s clear to us that airlines have no interest in sharing the truth with passengers during any sort of flight disruption. As a member of the Department of Homeland Security now, we are ideally situated to tackle this through our Transportation Security Administration partners who we plan to use as our enforcement arm in this situation.”
The statement went on to highlight several themes revolving around airlines simply not telling the truth during flight delays. It suggested that airlines know more than they are letting on during such delays, intentionally lie – at times – to passengers, and should be required to tell passengers when they know they are going to cancel the flight altogether instead of leading passengers on for hours.
For her part, Jankowicz was initially confused about what an airport was as she hasn’t left her upper east side apartment in New York since March 2020 and had, according to insiders, forgotten that airports still existed. However, once some of the Hollywood Elites from her Friday evening Zoom party group complained about getting stuck in the Kansas City Airport recently she realized the importance and agreed to make it a top priority.