8 More Politically Correct But Factually False Words And Phrases To Stop Using Immediately

8 More Politically Correct But Factually False Words And Phrases To Stop Using Immediately


If constantly flip-flopping on senseless COVID-19 restrictions hadn’t undermined the credibility of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention enough, the agency appointed itself language police last week with a list of acceptable (and not acceptable) terminology. From instructing English-speakers to deny biological realities with terms like “assigned male/female at birth” to touting unnecessary word salads like “people with self-reported income in the lowest income bracket” (instead of “poor people”), the CDC guide is full of catchphrases that sound messy and cloud meaning.

In the face of confusing and inaccurate language diktats from federal bureaucrats, The Federalist is here to help. Back in April, we brought you “10 Politically Correct But Factually False Words And Phrases To Stop Using Immediately,” including words and phrases like “mainstream media,” “abortion doctors,” and “cisgender.”

10 Politically Correct But Factually False Words To Stop Using IMMEDIATELY | @_etreynolds pic.twitter.com/54lBbgzojz

— The Federalist (@FDRLST) April 19, 2021

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