How many prostitutes did bisexual rapist Magic Johnson kill by knowingly exposing them to the AIDS that he—but not they—could later afford to manage with expensive medications?
How many men in California will die from the AIDS they get from a black woman who prostitutes herself: AIDS-infected prostitutes whom the state’s government have emboldened and abetted by lowering, to a misdemeanor, the crime of rape-by-deception by AIDS-infected women—and how many of those men will, like Magic Johnson, get AIDS from a prostitute and then infect others?
Of course Magic Johnson deserves his AIDS—having earned it for his adultery. (And of course Johnson deserves a “gay” son who has chosen to live out his life presenting as a constant reminder, to his dad, of the kind of rage-filled fools whom Johnson escorted to an early death.)
Of course adulterers deserve the AIDS that they draw out from the body of a dying, discarded black woman, who will waste her final, rebellious days begging to be penetrated for money, in the slave-colony called California.
Yet how many children’s lives did heroes save in old California by “hatefully” removing AIDS-infected biter Ryan Thomas from elementary school? (In any case, none of the scolding or shaming by pro-AIDS degenerates—judges or otherwise—outweighed the relief felt by the concerned parents when they learned that the AIDS-infected bullet they had dodged for their children—had died of AIDS at 10-years-old.)
How many bisexual black men in Atlanta descend into medical suicide through faith in pro-death lies that AIDS—in Georgia and beyond—is “safely contained and manageable”?
1. Lou Cannon and Anthony Cotton, Johnson’s HIV caused by sex (Washington Post 1991), available at washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1991/11/09/johnsons-hiv-caused-by-sex/4a2cbe05-384a-4cb4-87c3-dd5509674add/
2. Alaa Elassar and Laura Diaz-Zuniga, California lowers penalty for knowingly exposing partners to HIV (CNN 2017), available at https://www.cnn.com/2017/10/07/health/california-hiv-bill-signed/index.html
3. Sandra G. Boodman, AIDS in School: Walking a tightrope (Washington Post 1986), available at https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1986/11/02/aids-in-school-walking-a-tightrope/dd604da2-189b-451e-a5f9-1f79562dbe30/
4. LA Times, Ryan Thomas, 10, AIDS Patient Who Won Court Fight With School, Dies (1991), available at https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1991-12-01-mn-879-story.html
5. Julie Bindel, The truth behind America’s most famous gay-hate murder (The Guardian 2014), available at https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/26/the-truth-behind-americas-most-famous-gay-hate-murder-matthew-shepard
6. Id.; see generally Stephen Jimenez, The Book of Matt: Hidden Truths About the Murder of Matthew Shepard (Random House 2013).