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    CDC Continued Its ‘Critical Race Theory’ Training Despite Trump Banning It – Trump Just Stopped It

    CDC Continued Its ‘Critical Race Theory’ Training Despite Trump Banning It – Trump Just Stopped It

    Meanwhile, there are growing calls to declare racism a public health crisis.
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    President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order that banned training sessions covering “Critical Race Theory.” The order went into effect right away.

    However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decided to #Resist and move forward with planned struggle sessions for its employees.

    Apparently, the program’s end goal was to create racialist evangelists rather than highly trained public health professionals.

    The White House has officially canceled this insanity.

    The White House on Tuesday said it’s canceling a training course at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that appeared to flout President Trump’s recent ban on programs that use “critical race theory.”

    “Glad to report, per @POTUS’s directive, this training is being cancelled immediately,” White House budget director Russ Vought wrote on Twitter.

    …The CDC did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Post.

    Despite the ongoing pandemic, which is the type of emergency the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was created to address, it appears that the initial training is part of a more massive effort to declare racism a “public health crisis.”

    On Sept. 3, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) introduced the Anti-Racism in Public Health Act, a bill that would formally identify systemic racism as a public health crisis in the United States.

    The law, which has Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) as co-sponsors, would create a National Center for Anti-Racism within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop anti-racist federal health policies. It would also create programs within the CDC’s Center for Injury Prevention and Control focused on preventing violence by law enforcement.

    “For far too long, our federal government has failed to recognize and address the structural racism that has devastated Black and brown communities and denied access to quality health care,” Pressley said in a statement on Sept. 3.

    After over 100 days of “fiery but peaceful protests” and the death, injury, and destruction the AntiFa/BLM riots have caused, racism is a public health crisis…just not in the way Pressley means.


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    Oh, how I wish this piece were accompanied with clandestine video of the reactions of the CDC personnel in charge of this idiocy when told that Pres. Trump cancelled their revival meeting!

    I think that racial inequities in the US healthcare system is a problem that should be addressed. The CDC usually addresses problems scientifically by looking at root causes. “Critical race theory” is not that.

    What is mean by “declaring that racism is a public health emergency?” Does it mean that CDC funds should diverted from developing vaccines to hiring “anti-racism” experts? Of course, the effectiveness of these experts must not be challenged — that would be the forbidden “myth of meritocracy.” The solution to health care disparities between communities is to focus on the causes of the disparities rather than upon “racism.” If black people have more diabetes due to bad diets, fund a program to improve nutrition in communities that show trends for diabetes. If women are showing an increase incidence of heart disease, step up the prevention measures for that. But allocate CDC funds to such challenges in a color-blind way. I reject the idea that we need black doctors and black public health officials for the black population with a separate CDC focusing upon white populations.

    What is next, a separate NASA funded by taxpayers to put black astronauts into space? Segregation in the provision of most services is not only illegal, it is inefficient.

      GatorGuy in reply to lawgrad. | September 17, 2020 at 8:38 pm

      The appeasement we see shown the BLM gangstas is, on our scorecard, shameful, odious, and abhorrent.

      The support our sociopolitical adversaries provide is, on their spreadsheet, aligned to intersect with and promote a revolutionary, global government-and-multinational-corporation partnership; the “bourgeoise” is seen as toast. This is liberal-progressive-lefty fascism, plain and simple; the global state is seen as supreme over nations and human rights. Liberal democracy is history, the idea runs.

      There is, therefore, no common framework, no shared sociopolitical arena for, no dialogue between the two. Seen from the global-progressive, totalistic perspective, the former is an inexorable, flat-earth outlook; viewed from the currently struggling liberty, justice, and rule-of-law vantage point, the latter has an insatiable appetite to “explore” (read: dominate and direct) more and more of the newly discovered, roundly intersection-influenced Gaian citizen.

      “And never the twain shall meet.”

      It’s hard to imagine how war — or, if no serious shooting erupts, at least a state of mutual and perpetual uncooperativeness between the two — is avoidable. A solid, minimum 60% win of the popular vote in November — assuring a corresponding landslide of the electoral college score — would be a worthy, if not too rosily imagined start.

    Meanwhile, there are growing calls to declare racism a public health crisis.
    Is there a mask for that??

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