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All of us have heard of AIDS. Most of us know how the disease works, too. It stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. The way the disease works is that the HIV virus burrows into the T-cells of your body’s immune system. That’s great for the virus, but bad for your T-cells, which die. Without T-cells, your immune system doesn’t work anymore. AIDS doesn’t kill you directly. What kills you is all the infections your body would normally be able to fend off, but can’t anymore.

But AIDS isn’t always what the disease was known by. Back in the early 1980s, when people first started to die of it, doctors gave it another name: GRID. That’s short for gay-related immune deficiency. Because in reality, that’s exactly what it was. In fact, here’s a headline from the New York Times back in 1981:


Doctors in New York and California have diagnosed among homosexual men 41 cases of a rare and often rapidly fatal form of cancer. Eight of the victims died less than 24 months after the diagnosis was made. … The nationwide incidence of Kaposi’s Sarcoma in the past had been estimated by the Centers for Disease Control to be about two cases in every three million people. In the United States, it has primarily affected men older than 50 years. But in the recent cases, doctors at nine medical centers in New York and seven hospitals in California have been diagnosing the condition among younger men, all of whom said in the course of standard diagnostic interviews that they were homosexual. the reporting doctors said that most cases had involved homosexual men who have had multiple and frequent sexual encounters with different partners, as many as 10 sexual encounters each night up to four times a week. Many of the patients have also been treated for viral infections such as herpes, cytomegalovirus and hepatitis B as well as parasitic infections such as amebiasis and giardiasis. Many patients also reported that they had used drugs such as amyl nitrite and LSD to heighten sexual pleasure.

That’s what AIDS really was in the 1980s. It’s actually not that easy to contract HIV. With only a few exceptions, like hemophiliacs, the people who got it were hardcore drug users, and extreme sexual deviants. But within those groups, the disease spread all over. By 1995, one in fifteen American gay men had died of AIDS. Even today, seventy percent of all Americans who contract HIV are homosexual men.

We’ve always known about this. But instead of telling the public the truth, our officials and press have lied about it. They presented HIV and AIDS as a disease that anybody could get. The people who demanded we close our churches and mask our children forever over Covid never demanded that we close down gay bathhouses. They wouldn’t even discourage gay men from having wild drug-fueled orgies with each other, even when they were spreading a disease vastly more dangerous than Covid.

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You know why they didn’t. Because all along the agenda has been maximizing deviancy while attacking normal people. They didn’t close our churches two years ago to save lives. They did it because they hate Christianity and want it shut down.

Now, we’re seeing a repeat. We’re having these outbreaks of monkeypox around the globe, and once again, the chief vector is gay men having promiscuous unprotected sex with dozens or hundreds of partners. And you can be sure, no matter how much this spreads, they won’t do anything to condemn gay men for their behavior. Last week, Yale professor Gregg Gonsalves tweeted, quote, “The answer isn’t to shut down all these parties or telling gay men to stop having sex at them. It won’t work. What we do is: Don’t panic, don’t stigmatize, don’t suddenly become sex-negative.”

Last February, by the way, Professor Gonsalves was demanding that we keep masking first graders in schools. That’s liberalism for you: Mentally and physically traumatize our children forever over a disease that poses no risk to them and almost no risk to everyone else. But don’t you dare ever make gay men stop having drug fueled orgies with each other.

Doctor Stella Immanuel has been on this show many times to talk about Covid. But today, she’s here to talk about monkeypox and how it spreads. She joins us now.

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