FAKE NEWS! Trump did not ban words – CDC director

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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2 thoughts on “FAKE NEWS! Trump did not ban words – CDC director”

  1. So let me get this straight. The CDC, who is itself the author of “fake news” in the form of its front-running the vaccine schedules and efficacy of products manufactured by Big Pharma, is claiming Trump didn’t ban words like “evidence-based” from their budget proposal text for 2018? CDC is nothing more than a mouthpiece for corporations in the business of selling snake-oil and patented cures and as such has no “evidence-based/science-based” information.. If the CDC were to be completely honest it would extol the virtues of abolishing itself. No one at CDC has operated in the best interests of healthy domestic Americans since its creation in 1942 as the Office of Malaria Control in War Areas.
    Grandma for Surgeon General 2018!


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