In an article published this month by WSAU, Wisconsin’s Senator Tammy Baldwin is giving high praise to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for moving forward with a proposal that will allow homosexual men who have been “abstinent” one year to donate blood. Under the current policy, “gay” men are unable to give blood donations.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WSAU) — The Food and Drug administration is moving forward with a plan to lift a current policy that bans gay men from donating blood.
The draft version of the revised FDA recommendations can be viewed HERE.
“A nation can’t be too careful with its blood supply,” says Julaine Appling, WFA president, “Even the homosexual activists admit that HIV/AIDS is very much as they say a “gay man’s disease.” I believe both the FDA and Senator Baldwin are wrong for taking this unnecessary step all because the homosexuals want full acceptance and cultural normalization. The current rules have worked; leave them alone.”
For a complete list of those who are considered ineligible to donate blood, click HERE.
There is a 60-day window for citizens to write or email the FDA.
DEADLINE IS JULY 14, 2015
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