HIV is transmitted from person to person via bodily fluids — blood, semen, and to a lesser degree, saliva.
From the beginning, most people with HIV/AIDS have been homosexual males. They are called by the politically-correct term, “men who sex with men” or MSM. But a more descriptively correct and, therefore, more appropriate term is “sodomites,” which denotes specifically men who have anal sex with other men — a sexual behavior that is highly risky for HIV and other infections because anal penetration tears the delicate skin of the anal cavity, which is not biologically designed for sexual penetration.
According to the FDA in 2009, “Men who have had sex with men since 1977 have an HIV prevalence . . . 60 times higher than the general population, 800 times higher than first time blood donors and 8000 times higher than repeat blood donors.”
After the explosion of HIV/AIDS into a national (and global) epidemic, in order to protect the safety of America’s blood supply and the lives of people who receive blood transfusions, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sensibly installed a lifetime ban on homosexual males as blood donors.
That policy began to change less than a year ago.
As reported by Tony Perkins for FRCAction, the legislative affiliate of Family Research Council, the FDA first did away with the lifetime ban on homosexual males as blood donors, and replaced it with a ban or deferral on only men who had had sex with men in the past year.
Now, even that ban is being challenged.
The challenge is spearheaded by freshman Congressman Jared Polis (D-Colorado), who self-identifies as “gay,” after the mass shooting on June 12, 2016, at Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, which killed 50 and wounded 53.
As reported by Colorado’s 9News, Polis was outraged that many of the friends and family members of the wounded were prevented from donating blood because of the revised FDA regulation banning blood donation from men who had had sex with other men in the past year.
Playing the victim card, Polis calls the FDA regulation “a relic of the stigma that LGBT people faced.” He told 9News:
“I’m … hopeful that we can remove the ban that the FDA has on gay people donating blood, because guess what? Many of the spouses and loved ones of the victims who need blood can’t even donate blood right now. It’s just a double tragedy that so many are facing the shortage of blood.”
Polis instead argues that restrictions on donating blood should be based on behavior rather than sexual orientation:
“It really doesn’t matter whether you’re gay or straight, what matters obviously is if you’ve used drugs or you’ve had unprotected sex. Those are the risk factors. It has nothing to do with whether you’re gay or straight.”
But Polis’ assertion of “a shortage of blood” is simply not true.
According to an Orlando Sentinel story on the afternoon of the shooting, within hours of the shooting, hundreds of Central Floridians had lined up that morning at the OneBlood blood center on West Michigan Avenue. Overwhelmed by people wanting to donate, OneBlood actually asked donors to stop coming, and instead schedule appointments over the next few days.
The FDA has invited the public to submit comments on Polis’ proposal to abolish the ban on homosexuals as blood donors altogether. Instead, the FDA would ask potential blood donors about specific high-risk behaviors. The FDA claims its decisions will be based on “scientific information” and declares that “the process must be data-driven.” But the FDA’s own statistics that the incidence of HIV is 60 times higher among sexually-active homosexual males than in the general population should be sufficient “scientific information” to reject Polis’ proposal.
By the way, there are compelling reasons that the Orlando shooting was a false flag. See “Orlando shooting: How we know it’s all a lie”.
Freshman Congressman Jared Schutz Polis, 41, is Jewish and one of the wealthiest members of Congress with an estimated networth of $387.86 million. He made his fortune from a series of very lucrative business ventures that he later sold, including:
- American Information Systems, an internet access provider, co-founded by Polis when he was a college student.
- Bluemountain.com, a free electronic greeting-card website.
- ProFlowers, the California-based online florist.
Polis and his husband, Marlon Reis, have a son, 5, and a daughter, 2.
- Medical consequences of homosexual sexual behaviors
- World Health Organization: HIV ‘exploding’ among homosexual men
- Sharp rise in STDs among homosexuals, from casual sex arranged via social media
- CDC: Half of homosexual black men will get HIV
- Homosexual men risk HIV in ‘sex roulette’ parties
- New study finds children of homosexual parents have more than twice the emotional problems as children of opposite-sex parents
- Homosexuals are more narcissistic and more prone to pedophilia and murder
H/t John Molloy