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A common slogan today is "trust the science," but over the last 50 years, science has been manipulated with evil ideologies that declare war on God.
In 1971 and 1972, sodomy activists protested the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA). By 1973, psychologists decided to stop calling homosexual inclinations disordered.
By 1981, a deadly disease exhibited itself, largely in the homosexual community. It was called GRID — short for gay-related immune deficiency and referred to as a "gay plague." A year later, reasoning that it wasn't just homosexuals getting the disease, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) renamed it AIDS — acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
An early stage of AIDS is called human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). According to a 2021 CDC report, 69% of the 36,801 new HIV diagnoses in the United States in 2019 were gay and bisexual men.
In 2019, the rate of HIV infection caused by male-to-male sexual contact is almost three times greater than the rate for people who got infected by heterosexual contact. On average, about 25,500 gay men contract HIV every year compared to 8,600 heterosexuals.
People have been told to avoid so-called high-risk behavior due to the contagiousness of the China virus. It's gotten to the point that unelected president Joe Biden threatened Americans refusing the so-called vaccinations.
Yet, regarding the exceptionally high-risk lifestyle of sodomites, neither he nor other politicians say anything publicly about it. While the whole U.S. economy and people's livelihoods have been driven into the dirt over a virus with an estimated recovery rate of more than a 97–99%, sodomites are not told to stop their unhealthy activities lest they lose their jobs or their health care.