California State Sen. Scott Wiener represents San Francisco and parts of San Mateo County. He’s openly homosexual and is far, far, far Left politically.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, Wiener called for a “national mask mandate.”
“Period,” he said. “That’s how we beat this virus.”
But that overreaching approach only works for Wiener with regards to COVID, it appears.
Because when it comes to monkeypox, Wiener’s approach seems softer.
Keep in mind that San Francisco has reported rising monkeypox cases recently, but went through with a street fetish festival celebrating homosexual sex anyway.
Wiener was quoted as saying this…
“If people want to have sex, they are going to have sex. I know people who normally go to sex parties who will not. People will make their own decisions about their own risk levels.”
Whiplash when compared to his response on COVID.
Wiener said he went to the fetish festival and saw fewer people there than usual.
“I know someone who was working the door at one of the sex parties the weekend (of the festival), and attendance was down by 50 percent and I’ve heard that about some of the other sex parties as well,” he said.
Additionally, Wiener said we shouldn’t be “shutting things down.”
“I think we’re doing the right thing. We shouldn’t be shutting things down. That didn’t work during the 80s with HIV. That’s not a good public health strategy,” he said. “People make their own choices.”
In California, 91.7 percent of monkeypox cases are in homosexuals. Men make up 98.3 percent of all infections.