GE ‘anti-expert’ front & center on CNN

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Of all the people CNN could have chosen for the ‘every day citizen’ comment in their little blurb about the recent GM wheat found in Oregon, they chose none other than Zen Honeycutt.  If you are unfamiliar with that name, go to Moms Across America March (MAAM) and you’ll see right away that she represents a busy activist group committed to ending all GMOs as we know them on planet earth. Like so many other similar groups, they hide behind the “right to know” mantra and demand labeling, but their real agenda is much more severe. Labeling is also not all they hide behind.

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Convinced that GMOs are responsible for the ill health of their children, you know, autism, ADHD, allergies, asthma, obesity, cancer, etc., this group also hides behind the outwardly admirable position of momma bears protecting their cubs (who could find fault with that, after all?).

Read the full story here: GMO ‘Anti-Expert’ Front & Center on CNN

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