The C in California must stand for Crazy

Is it possible for a State to be mainly populated by crazy people? Given the number of bad decisions coming out of California, I am starting to wonder. A lot of the nonsense that I hear about California I put down to it being full of bleeding heart liberals who have more compassion than sense. Their decision to become a sanctuary for illegal immigrants for example.

A Department of Justice spokesman called the actions of Californian officials “unfortunate” in a statement Monday.
“Several California cities, including San Francisco, have already experienced the devastating effects that sanctuary policies have on their citizens,” spokesman Devin O’Malley said, referring to some high-profile murders that have been allegedly committed by undocumented immigrants. “Given the multiple high-profile incidents that have occurred in California in recent years, it is especially disappointing that state leaders would take steps to limit cooperation between local jurisdictions and immigration authorities that are trying to keep Californians safe.”

-CNN

California’s latest brain fart, however, is equivalent to deciding that people who knowingly expose a person to poison are no more criminal than people who park in a disabled parking spot.

California is currently on a quest to prove to the world that they will do anything in the name of progress. Especially if it involves telling the President or the taxpayer to screw off (see Of Course! California Sues Trump Over Birth Control and Moronic California Votes to Become a Sanctuary STATE). Today’s display? Apparently infecting someone with HIV on purpose is no longer a big deal in the west coast. […]

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Friday that lowers from a felony to a misdemeanor the crime of knowingly exposing a sexual partner to HIV without disclosing the infection.

The measure also applies to those who give blood without telling the blood bank that they are HIV-positive.

“Today California took a major step toward treating HIV as a public health issue, instead of treating people living with HIV as criminals,” [Sen. Scott] Wiener said in a statement.

If I knowingly expose my partner to poison by not telling them that there is arsenic in their coke how is that any different to not revealing that they are having sex with a person with HIV? Will deliberately exposing a person to poison be treated as a public health issue rather than a crime?

 

This is an ultimate example that leftism is beyond comprehension. They prioritize “safety” over freedom and liberty when it comes to, say, guns. Safety is the utmost priority there. But with HIV, meh, let’s take our chances. Wouldn’t want anyone’s feelings to be hurt.

Look, nobody is saying those infected with HIV are inherently criminals […] But trying to infect someone with a life-altering (and sometimes life-ending) disease? Sounds rather criminal to me. We’re not talking about cold sores here […]

-louderwithcrowder.com

You will be amused to know that California while decriminalising potentially lethal acts like knowingly having sex with someone when you are HIV positive, has come down hard on a much more important issue… using the wrong personal pronouns.

The California state Senate is considering a bill that would punish health care workers up to a year in jail if they “willfully and repeatedly” decline to address a transgender resident with their “preferred name or pronouns.”

 

-FrontpageMag.com

 

 


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