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Images Of New Biden Appointed Monkeypox Official Go Viral After Odd Statements

This past Wednesday evening, images of Old Uncle Joe’s new White House deputy coordinator for the combatting of monkeypox, Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, went viral online in the wake of comments that he made concerning the virus.

Daskalakis, who was put into the role after a stint serving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as the director of HIV prevention, claimed that the virus “transmits through very close skin to skin physical contact, often in the setting of sexual exposure, but there are other mechanisms for its transmission, including if you touch objects of individuals who’ve had monkeypox touch or if, if you have prolonged exposure to respiratory droplets.”

Daskalakis then seemed to suggest that there are in fact “men who have sex with men” who are not, in fact, gay and who are not transgender either.

“With that said, signaling to people who are in the gay, bisexual, other men who have sex with men communities, and also transgender people who have sex with men, that it’s really important to have awareness, that it’s circulating in the community is really a critical part of the messaging while not generating inordinate concern and really focusing on the infection as linked to an identity,” he stated. “So it’s just an infection that’s not linked to an identity. It just happens to be in the social network.”

One journalist, Tom Elliott, also posted a thread of photos via social media that highlighted Daskalakis sporting extremely raunchy outfits, quite a few of which seemed to be in various photoshoot settings.

This all takes place soon after the Biden admin chose to hire Sam Brinton, who is known to dress in drag, over at the Department of Energy.

Brinton, who holds the title of deputy assistant secretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy, has dealt with some pretty hefty controversy due to his open advocacy of sexual fetishism and “puppy play,” which is a sexual “kink” that requires role play as animals. The recently uncovered, seven-year-old essay authored by him for The Advocate, in which he attempted to defend, and which was first reported by those at The National Pulse, is quite likely to cause quite a bit of concern.

“ may or may not have broken the law,” expressed Brinton. “I don’t know. But I do know, from the frantic emails filling my inbox, that the raid on its headquarters has thrown many gay, bisexual, and transgender young adults into turmoil as their main source of income has been ripped away due to irresponsible and archaic views of sex work.”

The column ran just after a group of federal prosecutors charged CEO Jeffrey Hurant and a group of other employees with conspiring to break the Travel Act by promoting prostitution. The site is also known to advertise male escort services, but federal prosecutors stated at the time it was “designed primarily for advertising illegal prostitution.”


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