Michelle O School Lunch Program Manipulation

From the reports explaining the manipulation, and changing narrative that FLOTUS and her team put in motion regarding the Let’s Move program:

But the White House seized on one slight glimmer of hope — the finding that obesity rates for children between two and five years old fell from 13.9 percent in 2003-2004 to 8.4 percent in 2011-2012. And as emails obtained by The Daily Caller through a Freedom of Information Act request show, the White House wanted the CDC and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to highlight that news while ignoring the rest in order to lend credence to Michelle’s pet childhood obesity project — “Let’s Move.”

Nevermind that scientists both inside and outside the CDC thought that even the positive news in the study was tenuous and needed more investigation and that “Let’s Move” — which only kicked off in 2010 — likely had nothing to do with the decline in obesity for small children.

“Well our press release is skewed to highlight the good news per HHS request,” a CDC senior press officer, Karen Hunter, admitted in a Feb. 26, 2014 email to three others at the agency.

“This release will have a first lady quote and they are mainly wanting to focus on the decline among 2 to 5 year olds during the current administration,” she wrote in another email.

I am thrilled at the progress we’ve made over the last few years in obesity rates among our youngest Americans,” Michelle said in the statement tailored for the CDC release. “With the participation of kids, parents, and communities in Let’s Move! these last four years, healthier habits are beginning to become the new norm.”

Numerous news outlets picked up on the CDC’s glowing language. “Obesity Rate for Young Children Plummets 43% in a Decade,” was the headline for a New York Times article which also quoted Michelle, thus leaving the impression that “Let’s Move” had something to do with the fall in obesity rates for small kids.

But the adulatory coverage rubbed some scientists the wrong way.

The CDC and The Times “shined a bright light on a tenuous and likely spurious finding that the prevalence of obesity in children ages, 2-5, ‘plummeted 43% in a decade,” Lawrence Appel, the director of the Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, wrote to an editor at The Times. The email was forwarded to the CDC’s press office and was included in the email release.

This an example of the far left’s playbook.  They take a study or an incident, and make from whole cloth a narrative that fits something they want to politicize.  This is exactly what happens with groups such as Black Lives Matter employs to create a falsehood out of an incident, and utilize their new narrative to fit their views.  They infect the masses, especially those vulnerable to such causes, as the 20-30 year olds, who have received no real education in the public schools.  The other groups vulnerable are anyone who has the mindset that the government is there to take care of them cradle to grave.

Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move program was designed to show the country that the government should be taking care of every aspects of what children learn, eat, think, over any parental right.  This is not new.  This comes from the Communistic Manifesto, which encouraged woman to work and leave their infants in the care for the State to raise.  Now in the last 50 years in America, we have seen feminism supposedly free woman.  All feminism accomplished [for it is a communistic idea working mothers], is too readjust the economy so most middle class woman have to work for the family to stay middle class.

This caused the children to start their indoctrination from the earliest ages, and put undo stress on the family leading to divorces.  This is all written in the Manifesto.  And it has all come true.  Thankfully we see a huge home schooling trend.   From the Communist manifesto:

On what foundation is the present family, the bourgeois family, based? On capital, on private gain. . . . The bourgeois family will vanish as a matter of course when its complement vanishes, and both will vanish with the vanishing of capital.”

Source: Daily Caller



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