U.S. Govt. Propaganda For Foreign Countries Used At Home? | Abbi Clifton
Materials the State Department distributes in foreign countries may also be used domestically, since the passage of the 2013 NDAA.
The 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) included a provision that eased restrictions on the domestic dissemination of propaganda meant for foreign audiences.
The bipartisan amendment was first proposed by Republican Texas Rep. Mac Thornberry and Democrat Washington Rep. Adam Smith.
The act did not receive a vote after it was introduced, but l…