The CDC Demands Americans use Inclusive Language

Written by on September 4, 2021


Did you know that when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) was first created in 1946 its primary function was to deal with malaria? It would eventually grow to target all aspects of public health, from communicable diseases to viral outbreaks.

But the CDC today is very much a reflection of the modern “woke” administrative bureaucracy. And they’re telling Americans to use more inclusive language in order to promote public health…


Are you ready for this?

⛓ Don’t say “prisoner”… Say “people/persons who are incarcerated or detained”

? Don’t say “drug addict”… Say “persons who use drugs”

? Don’t say “homeless people”… Say “people experiencing homelessness”

? Don’t say “illegal immigrant”… Say “people with undocumented status.”

…Their rationale is that we should see them as “people first” before we see their condition.

CDC overreach: This isn’t the CDC’s first attempt to step outside its purview and control society. During the Covid pandemic, the agency has been used as a weapon by the Biden administration to push public policy. They are the agency that mandated that landlords cannot evict tenants who don’t pay their rent [the Supreme Court just ruled it was illegal for them to do so]. And its director is a woman named Rochelle Walensky, who has openly called for vaccine passports in the U.S.

[Source: The Post Millennial, CDC]

Peter R Boykin
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