According to a resurfaced YouTube video, President Biden’s new disinformation czar, Nina Jankowicz, once sang a vulgar parody of a Christmas song — changing the lyrics to ask who she needs “fk “to be “famous and powerful”.
“I’m going to be rich, famous, powerful! Step on all my enemies and never do anything,” Jankovic sings in the 2015 clip. I’ve done everything I can and now the rest is up to you,” her version of “My Simple Christmas Wishes (Rich, Famous and Powerful)” went.
Jankowicz’s lyrics are her own adaptation of David Friedman’s original 1998 song, replacing “Who do I fk” with “Who do I fk?”
This video was first discovered by Breitbart and first uploaded to YouTube by the LA TI DO account.
Jankowicz’s video is her latest vocal showcase to go viral this week. On Friday, she appeared in a creepy video on TikTok, adapting the “Mary Poppins” classic “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” into a song about fake news and disinformation.
“Information laundering is really ferocious. When a peddler tells some lies in Congress or the mainstream media and makes them sound precocious, so the origins of disinformation are less brutal,” she sings.
Jankowicz was appointed by President Biden earlier this week to head the Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Council. The move immediately drew conservative anger over free speech issues and Jankowitz’s own past as a partisan jerk.
In October 2020, she publicly challenged the Washington Post’s accurate reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop and spread false rumors suggesting it was Russian disinformation. She’s also openly sympathetic to The Washington Post’s controversial writer Tyler Lorenz.