It never ceases to amaze me that the Biden administration does not vet or sanitize the people the work for them in top level positions.
We watch the same thing occur when KBJ was nominated to the Supreme Court, the Biden administration did nothing to at least prepare for the criticism. Now, the same goes for Biden’s new head of the “Ministry of Truth” Nina Jankowicz.
Videos of Jankowicz have surfaced of her – as an adult – singing erotic Harry Potter songs, performing strange Harry Potter-style feminist songs, and singing erotic Christmas parodies.
Below is a clip from two angles, one backstage and the other from the crowd, you’ll notice Jankowicz is playing the keyboard performing a Harry Potter-themed song about Senator Elizabeth Warren.
A decade later, Nina Jankowicz combined her passion for Wizard Rock and exporting feminism abroad with her magnum opus, “Nevertheless, I Persisted (Myrtle Elizabeth Warren)” pic.twitter.com/mmZmNAzY4h
— Ironic Effort Poster (@IronicEffort) September 29, 2020
— Ironic Effort Poster (@IronicEffort) May 1, 2022
More video has been unearthed showing the new “Ministry of Truth” singing an erotic Christmas parody song about having sex with powerful people so she can get to the top.
From the New York Post:
“I want to be rich, famous, and powerful! Step on all my enemies and never do a thing,” Jankowicz sang in the clip from 2015. “Who do I f—k to be famous and powerful? I’ve done everything I can and now the rest is up to you,” her version of “My Simple Christmas Wish (Rich, Famous, and Powerful)” went.
The lyrics from Jankowicz were her own spin on the original 1998 song from David Friedman with “Who do I f—k” replacing the original line of “who do I have to fake?”
She also appears to have strange fantasies about Harry Potter who is a fictitious character that is minor.
Before she was a fierce feminist color revolution debunker, Nina Jankowicz sang erotic Harry Potter songs. I don’t use the word Renaissance Woman too often… pic.twitter.com/46nUGCB67H
— Ironic Effort Poster (@IronicEffort) September 26, 2020
We can’t forget this gem she posted in 2021…
— Nina Jankowicz 🇺🇦🇺🇸 (@wiczipedia) February 17, 2021