It is absurdly dishonest that they don’t come right out and say this guy is gay, and in fact don’t even say it at all except to mention that he has a boyfriend – in the NINTH PARAGRAPH.
For those who don’t know, something like 99% of people who see a news headline don’t read the story. And of the 1% that does click the headline, 99% don’t read through to the NINTH PARAGRAPH.
This is a complete hoax, meant to disinform the people. Because they simply cannot find real stories of actual healthy people under 65 who experience complications from this disease, they have to find homosexuals and pretend they’re healthy people.
A 43-year-old California man has shared a shocking photo of the toll the coronavirus has taken on his strapping body — turning it into an emaciated shell during his six-week stay in a hospital, according to a report.
Mike Schultz, 43, a nurse from San Francisco with no underlying health conditions, weighed about 190 pounds when he pumped iron almost every day, according to BuzzFeed News.
But after dropping 50 pounds amid the ravages of COVID-19, Schultz decided to share two images to his 30,000 Instagram followers — one taken about a month before he fell ill, the other snapped at a Boston hospital.
“I wanted to show it can happen to anyone. It doesn’t matter if you’re young or old, have pre-existing conditions or not. It can affect you,” Schultz told BuzzFeed.
“I knew what I thought going in [about the coronavirus]. I didn’t think it was as serious as it was until after things started happening,” he said. “I thought I was young enough for it not to affect me, and I know a lot of people think that.”
Schultz said he was exhausted just standing up briefly to take the harrowing photo.
“I was so weak. This was one of the most frustrating parts,” he told the news outlet. “I couldn’t hold my cellphone — it was so heavy. I couldn’t type, because my hands shook so much.”
Schultz, who went to the hospital March 16, also had completely lost track of time, saying: “I thought only a week had gone by.”
He arrived in Boston to visit his boyfriend, Josh Hebblethwaite, 29, on March 14 — a week after they had traveled to Miami Beach for a festival where at least 38 people later tested positive for the illness and three men died, BuzzFeed reported.
Yes, and I think we all know what kind of festival that was in Miami. The three who died probably had full-blown AIDS, so they couldn’t use them for anecdotes about how this virus affects normal people.
Here’s the thing: homosexuals are not “healthy.” Even if they look healthy, they all have immune system problems. That’s what AIDS is, right? Well, even if they aren’t diagnosed with AIDS, they have lesser forms of immune system problems.
Their immune system-weakening behaviors include:
- Recreational drug use (which I’m sure he was engaged in at that Miami festival)
- Endless casual sex including “anal sex” (sodomy)
- Getting STDs constantly and treating them with antibiotics
What’s more, Schultz was obviously also taking steroids, which can have all sorts of negative effects on the body.
The fact that homosexuals have nothing that comes anywhere close to the immune system of a nonhomosexual is not some kind of a secret. They just don’t publish it in the New York Times anymore, for political correctness reasons.
But you can read about it in any medical journal. (Male) homosexuals are in a high-risk category for virtually every conceivable health problem.
What’s more, the homosexuals themselves are talking about how they’re more vulnerable to the coronavirus, specifically.
So, nice try, media: now go see if you can find a healthy heterosexual who experienced these issues.
By the way, I feel like I’ve lost about as much weight as the queer in the photo since this lockdown has been going on. I want to go to the gym and I just can’t hardly even take it anymore. Quarantine the homos (should have been done anyway), and let me in the gym!