Psychotic Gay Porn Star Sergeant Miles Tells Fans He Won’t Self-Isolate Unless The Government Enacts “Marshal” Law

Posted March 18, 2020 by with 72 comments

You knew he was a complete idiot and a right-wing lunatic, but did you know Sergeant Miles was this fucking stupid, not to mention so horrifically selfish? Check out the tweets below from Miles (thankfully, the only studio left that’s disgusting enough to hire him his Lucas Entertainment) in response to the coronavirus pandemic that’s killing hundreds of people per day around the world, and has claimed the lives of nearly 9,000 since the outbreak began three months ago. Miles says he won’t be self-isolating unless the government “forces marshal [sic] law,” and he proceeded to post even more ignorant replies to those who tried to present him with the facts:

It’s interesting, isn’t it, how Sergeant Miles isn’t concerned at all about his role in infecting others with a deadly virus, but when it comes to his own protection while filming gay porn, the gay-for-pay sociopath has repeatedly interrogated his co-stars over their STD test results.

While the United States is at the beginning of the outbreak, one only has to look at Italy to see what will eventually happen here if self-isolation and lockdowns aren’t immediately implemented nationwide. Because Italy didn’t order their citizens to self-quarantine for over two weeks after the first coronavirus cases were reported, the virus was able to spread exponentially among the country’s population of nearly 60 million. Now, with thousands requiring hospitalization and over 300 people dying per day from the virus (yesterday, there were a record 375 deaths), the country’s hospitals simply don’t have enough ICU beds (let alone life-saving ventilators) to care for people in serious condition. The quotes below are from a story on Fox News (no doubt the preferred news outlet for Sergeant Miles):

“The massive and sudden surge of seriously and critically ill patients has completely overwhelmed hospitals in the northern region of Italy,” Dr. Dena Grayson, a Florida-based medical doctor and biotechnology consultant, explained. “This sudden surge has caused the case-fatality rate to skyrocket in the northern region of Italy, because there simply aren’t enough ICU beds or ventilators for every patient, forcing doctors with the grim decision of picking who gets the ICU bed – and has a chance of surviving – versus who doesn’t, and likely won’t survive.” Moreover, Grayson stressed, Italians have lagged in broad-based coronavirus testing, despite it proving effective in combating the spread.

Like Italy, the United States does not have enough beds or ventilators to care for the thousands who are likely to need help:

Overrun by critically ill coronavirus patients, Italy’s hospitals are choosing who gets lifesaving breathing machines and who does not.

It’s a scenario that could soon repeat in the United States, experts warn.

“The capacity in northern Italy hospitals is a preview of a movie that is about to play in the United States,” said Marty Makary, a Johns Hopkins University surgeon and health policy expert. “The best two indicators of what things will be like in the U.S. are the number of COVID-related deaths in Italy and the number of ICU beds.”

U.S. hospitals are on the cusp of too many severely ill patients without enough intensive care unit beds and ventilators to keep those patients breathing. It’s why states, municipalities and businesses are desperately trying to delay new infections through social distancing measures such as school closings and work-from-home mandates.

Given how contagious the virus is coupled with the fact that symptoms typically don’t appear for at least five days (during which time the infected host can spread the virus to others without even knowing), someone like Sergeant Miles could easily be infecting anyone he encounters as he goes about his miserable life, choosing not to self-isolate and instead choosing to knowingly put thousands of other people’s lives at risks.

I do hope that the government orders martial law as soon as possible, as it’s the only way delusional monsters like Sergeant Miles can be stopped from infecting others, and it’s the only way the pandemic can be slowed down and stopped. And: it can be stopped, as we’ve seen in China and South Korea.

ICYMI, here’s an excellent simulation showing how the virus is spreading exponentially around the world, and here’s an explanation as to why social distancing is our only chance of survival.