GOP lawmaker finds no accusation too foul to make against gay people

A GOP lawmaker in Wyoming says promiscuous gays and demanding to have sex with children and are weaponizing AIDS for a ‘national suicide.’

Wyoming’s newest legislator stands by a book he wrote nearly 30 years ago that claims many gay people demand the right to have sex with children and people with AIDS should be quarantined if they continue having sex.

The book is called “The Death Sentence of AIDS: Vital Information For You and Your Family’s Health and Safety.” It was self-published by T.R. Mader, who at the Wyoming Legislature goes by the name Rep. Troy Mader, R-Gillette.

[…] Mader’s book quotes people who claim to have studied the sex lives of homosexuals. It describes supposed activities in gay bath houses, and strays into a discussion of sex toys and sex acts. Another author quoted in the book is Gene Antonio, who wrote “The AIDS Cover-Up?: The Real and Alarming Facts about AIDS” and “AIDS: A Weapon in the Hands of Militant Homosexuals.”

Mader is standing by his accusations against gays.

While he told The Star-Tribune that he merely quoted “what the experts recommended at the time,” he did not address whether he still believes, for example, that “[m]any homosexuals demand the right to kill themselves with the AIDS virus and to kill others by infecting them.”

He did, however, say that he still believes “the real problem in homosexuality is the promiscuity,” which is the means by which “homosexuals” will help America commit “national suicide.”