You may be understandably concerned about recent media reports alleging that CDC is banned from using certain words in budget documents. I want to assure you that CDC remains committed to our public health mission as a science- and evidence-based institution.
— Dr. Robert R. Redfield (@CDCDirector) December 17, 2017
CDC director says there are ‘no banned words’ at the agency
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald on Sunday addressed a report that President Donald Trump’s administration had banned the CDC from using seven words or phrases in next year’s budget documents.
The terms are “fetus,” “transgender,” “vulnerable,” “entitlement,” “diversity,” “evidence-based” and “science-based,” according to a story first reported on Friday in The Washington Post.
Word ban at CDC includes ‘vulnerable,’ ‘fetus,’ ‘transgender’
See the CNN link. They say Washington Post was first.
The following was released AFTER the CDC director outed them.
They are still carrying on with the narrative!
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