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BREAKING: CDC defies Trump's executive order, moves forward with critical race theory indoctrination

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is reportedly moving forward with critical race theory-inspired trainings in violation of President Donald Trump's executive cease and desist order that abolishes social justice indoctrination in the federal government.

The national public health institute, a United States federal agency that operates under the Department of Health and Human Services, decided to ignore the president's call to cut off taxpayer-funded racial bias conditioning of federal employees that the Trump administration alleges "seeks to undercut our core values as Americans and drive division within our workforce."
Journalist Christopher Rufo released leaked documents that outline the CDC's plan to "examine the mechanisms of systemic racism" and address "White supremacist ideology."

The 13-week series is titled "Naming, Measuring, and Addressing the Impacts of Racism on the Health and Well-Being of the Nation and the World." A presentation will be conducted by Camara Phyllis Jones, former president of the American Public Health Association.

The first three "Naming Racism" sessions are focused on "racism, sexism, and other systems of structured inequality" and teach CDC employees to "address institutionalized racism" in order to "really set things right in the garden" of a purportedly racist nation, not "the land of opportunity" to "those who have always seen this country" as intended by the Founding Fathers.

In the sixth through ninth sessions set throughout October, the CDC claims that "racism is a public health crisis" and that "systemic racism" leads to "police killings of unarmed Black and Brown men and women" and "the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color."

Then in sessions 10 and 11, the trainers will instruct CDC employees to "target" and destroy individualism," the "myth of meritocracy," the "myth of American exceptionalism," and "White supremacist ideology" based on textbook critical race theory.

The final "Organizing and strategizing to act" sessions concluding in December provide a guide on how to become activists, encouraging staffers to join an "Anti-Racism Collaborative with eight Collective Action Teams" focused on "communications," publishing scientific "anti-racist" work, and influencing "policy and legislation." Historical perspective will be presumably based on The New York Times' 1619 Project with the intent to hire historians to staff city councils, state legislatures, and Congress.

"I thought maybe they would wisely cancel this training series. Instead we got a message this morning confirming...The pressure to participate is palpable and if you don't you will have to explain why you aren't a racist," Rufo's unnamed whistleblower expressed outrage.

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