Disinfo Board Redux: Former Google ‘Disinformation’ Expert Given Top White House Cyber Role

Camille Stewart Gloster, Google exec now working for Joe Biden's White House
Camille Stewart Gloster

The White House’s Office of the National Cyber Director has a new Deputy National Cyber Director: Camille Stewart Gloster, a former Google executive who specialized in removing “disinformation” from the tech giant’s app store, and in her spare time rants about “systemic racism” in America.

In a tweet, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) accused the Biden administration of appointing a leftist “social justice warrior” to run the cyber office.

“The Big Tech, Big Government alliance continues,” said Sen. Hawley.

Gloster is a prime example of the extensively documented revolving door between Google and Democrat administrations. Prior to working for the tech giant, she was Senior Policy Advisor for Cyber, Infrastructure & Resilience Policy at the Department of Homeland Security under President Obama.

US President Joe Biden looks on as he attends the first day of the G7 leaders' summit held at Elmau Castle, southern Germany on June 26, 2022. (Photo by LUKAS BARTH / POOL / AFP) (Photo by LUKAS BARTH/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

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Nina Jankowicz, executive director of the Disinformation Governance Board (U.S. Department of Homeland Security)

At Google, she was Head of Security Policy for Google Play and Android at Google, where she led “security, privacy, election integrity, and dis/mis-information.”

“Disinformation” and “misinformation” are terms used by tech and media elites as a pretext to suppress information they dislike. One such example is the Hunter Biden laptop story, which was baselessly condemned at the time of its publication as potential “Russian disinformation.”

Former security officials, Gloster’s professional peers, played a key role in giving legitimacy to the Russian scapegoat narrative.

In her tweets, Gloster has demonstrated her ability to tie far-left causes like “systemic racism” to the seemingly unrelated topic of cybersecurity.

“Systemic racism is a cybersecurity threat,” wrote Gloster in 2020, quoting an article from the Council on Foreign Relations.

“Cybersecurity is about people & ignoring how technology shows up in the lives of ALL people leaves us vulnerable,” said Gloster in a later tweet.

In 2020, following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha Wisconsin, Gloster said America’s “#NatSec apparatus must be a part of dismantling systemic racism” (Blake, holding a knife at the time, had been physically fighting police before being shot).

The Office Of The National Cyber Director was established in 2021 with the goal of strengthening U.S. cybersecurity policy. Its first hires were from Microsoft and the CIA.

The hiring of a “misinformation” expert to fill this role falls in line with the Biden Administration’s trend of using the national security state for domestic political goals, the most prominent example being the Department of Homeland Security’s “disinformation governance board.” Gloster has already stated that the partisan notion of “systemic racism” should be a concern of the U.S. national security apparatus.

Allum Bokhari is the senior technology correspondent at Breitbart News. He is the author of #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal The Election.


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