State Department to spend up to $100,000 on youth game ‘misinformation’ training

State Department to spend up to $100,000 on youth game ‘misinformation’ training


The State Department plans to spend up to $100,000 training youth in the Ivory Coast how to design games that will “combat misinformation,” according to federal funding documents.

Until Aug. 5, the State Department is accepting applications from outside groups to receive taxpayer dollars for the program, which is called “Unmasking Misinformation through Gaming,” the documents show. The announcement comes as the Biden administration faces heightened scrutiny from Republican lawmakers for funding organizations, including the Global Disinformation Index and NewsGuard, that downrank right-leaning websites in a manner that the GOP says is biased and an example of the government acting contrary to freedom of speech.

The Federalist and the Daily Wire, a pair of conservative media outlets, are suing the State Department’s Global Engagement

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