(RepublicanInformer.com)- After abandoning his royal duties and marrying woke actress Meghan Markle, former royal Prince Harry is now working at the Aspen Institute’s Commission on Information Disorder. The news of his new gig, which will involve encouraging the censorship of conservatives and non-leftists online, came only days after he and his wife Meghan Markle publicly disseminated disinformation about their marriage.
No, we’re not joking. Harry and Meghan claimed that they were married several days before their official royal wedding, but after reports revealed that there were no records of their wedding, their offices were forced to admit that the ceremony a few days earlier was not actually a legal ceremony.
A press release from the Aspen Institute excitedly announced their signing of Prince Harry, describing how he would be working for a commission funded by Craig Newmark, the founder of Craigslist.
Craigslist is not only a website for people to connect with other local people to buy and sell goods, but notoriously a website also used to facilitate the illegal trade of sex, sometimes at the expense of trafficking victims.
Just like BackPage, a website very similar to Craigslist that has been the subject of countless lawsuits from sex trafficking victims, Craigslist has long faced criticism for its lax policies that have allowed sex trafficking and prostitution to be facilitated online through the use of codewords. According to reports, the Trump administration worked to force Craigslist to take down the “personals” section after it was revealed that child sex trafficking victims were being advertised for prostitution on the website.
Prince Harry’s role in determining what is and isn’t disinformation, as a man who has promoted disinformation, is made worse only by the fact he’s working for an organization funded by a man who created Craigslist.
Harry’s new life as a private citizen living in California has been widely condemned by the British people, who never took much of a liking to his wife Meghan, as well as other royals all over the world. Prince Albert of Monaco said this week that the famous interview with Oprah, in which Prince Harry trashed members of his family who have dedicated their lives to public service, was “inappropriate.”