During a recent interview with "Coach" Dave Daubenmire, Paul Cameron of the Family Research Institute explained his findings about homosexuals who are "partnered" (video below).
Cameron claimed to be “mildly pro-gayish” before his research.
However, after he started to research how gays have sex, Cameron had a change of heart, noted RightWingWatch.org.
"And then I saw what they did and I thought, ‘Boy this is something that is really not only disgusting but this probably has medical consequences,'" said Cameron.
"And boom! AIDS comes on the scene. And AIDS, for awhile there, was a mystery. 'Why is it gay men are getting this and how do they transmit it?'"
Cameron then said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzed the blood of gay "partnered" men, but did not say when this occurred.
"And guess what? Turns out when they are partnered, gays do nastier things, I don't want to get into it, than when they're not [partnered]."
Cameron made no mention of people contracting AIDS via blood transfusions or during medical and dental procedures.
Last year, Cameron suggested that President Obama was a homosexual, reported Mediaite.com, after Newsweek called Obama the "First Gay President" in reference to his support for gay rights.
"While I’m not sure about the claims by the various people who have reported that Obama has at least participated at times with them in homosexual acts, this [Newsweek story] certainly lends some credence,” said Cameron.