The Biden Administration is stepping in to block the disclosure of records that would show how deeply the deep state players and their supporters meddled in the 2020 presidential race by promoting social media suppression.
The government is especially motivated to obstruct the disclosure of information on the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the connected Election Integrity Partnership (EIP), both of which are being intensively examined for their interference activities in the 2020 election.
The University of Washington’s Center for an Informed Public, one of the four groups that comprised the EIP, was chaired by Kate Starbird. Journalist Lee Fang has uncovered emails demonstrating correspondence between Justice Department attorneys and Kate Starbird.
The Justice Department inquires in the emails about the CISA papers that have been the focus of public records demands so they may decide whether to prevent their publication.
“We have heard from the Cybersecurity as well as Infrastructure Agency (CISA) inside the DHS confirming that the Daily Caller News Foundation is requesting records from the university, of which could include documents that are part of CISA,” wrote Assistant United States Attorney Annalisa Cravens of the westernmost district of Washington, DC in an email to Kate Starbird, an instructor of computer science at the Univ. of Washington.
Could you kindly provide a copy of any relevant CISA papers you may be planning to produce? The assistant US attorney Cravens replied to Starbird in an email. We would also want a delay until the documents are released so that we have more time to analyze them and determine if we need to pursue a lawsuit to keep them private.
The whole image of the federal government’s fixation with censoring social media sites following the 2016 election of Donald Trump has surfaced in light of many lawsuits as well as the Twitter Files. All that is left is for the legal proceedings to conclude.