Is the Aspen Institute aware of the American Revolution? Is it aware of who won? Because it doesn’t sound like it.
Prince Harry adds to new roles by tackling ‘misinformation’ in US – The London Times
Another day, another job for Prince Harry. The Duke of Sussex is to take up a new role as a member of a commission looking into “misinformation” in America.
His new position, which reflects his long battles with the media as well as his concerns about social media, was announced a day after it was revealed that he had a job as chief impact officer at a Silicon Valley start-up.
So not only won’t Harry get a real job, but he’s going to hang around California and discuss how to best censor Americans.
Prince Harry has landed his second new role in as many days — this time signing up to join a high-powered Aspen Institute commission on what it calls “information disorder.”
Prince Harry is one of 15 commissioners to join the not-for-profit’s initiative, which will consist of a six-month study into the “modern-day crisis” of mis- and disinformation in America.
“It’s my belief that this is a humanitarian issue and as such, it demands a multi-stakeholder response from advocacy voices, members of the media, academic researchers, and both government and civil society leaders. I’m eager to join this new Aspen commission and look forward to working on a solution-oriented approach to the information disorder crisis.”
I’m eager to see how the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights, created in response to censorship by the British Monarchy, stands up to another decadent scion of the British Monarchy.
I’m sure that Prince Harry knows as much American history as I know about cricket. But he might want to consider that British royals censoring American speech has rarely ended well.