California State Sen. Scott Weiner expressed his intent through a response to Texas State Rep. Bryan Slaton. The lawmaker from the Lone Star State announced his intent to file legislation banning children from "drag shows and other inappropriate displays." Slaton cited "a disturbing trend in which perverted adults are obsessed with sexualizing young children" as his rationale for the anti-drag show proposal.
Retweeting the Texas Republican, he wrote: "This guy just gave me a bill idea: Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement."
Pro-life activist Jonathon Von Maren commented on Weiner's proposal: "A politician who has pushed legislation to assist statutory rapists avoid the sex offender registry list wants to make Drag Queen Story Time mandatory for children. And they say the term 'groomer' is a slur?"
Von Maren gave two examples of Weiner pushing for laws that enable LGBT grooming in the Golden State.
Back in 2019, Wiener introduced Senate Bill (SB) 145 that allows judges "discretion over sex-offender registration in all cases involving voluntary intercourse between teenagers 14 to 17, who cannot legally consent, and adults who are less than ten years older." California Gov. Gavin Newsom eventually signed SB 145 into law in September 2020.
"Wiener worked to decriminalize homosexual intercourse between adults and minors in certain cases, claiming that California's current laws discriminate against the LGBT community. In short, he worked to help statutory rapists avoid the sex offender registry list," noted Von Maren.
Weiner was also responsible for SB 239, which was introduced in 2017. The bill reduced the crime of knowingly exposing a sexual partner to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), without disclosing the infection, from a felony to a misdemeanor. It also applied to HIV-positive individuals donating to blood banks without disclosing their status. Former Gov. Jerry Brown, Newsom's predecessor, signed SB 239 into law during the same year.
Aside from SB 145 and SB 239, Weiner had also introduced bills that enshrined LGBT fascism. Von Maren noted that one such bill mandated jail terms for healthcare workers opting not to use preferred names or pronouns. However, the California Third District Court of Appeals struck down the proposal in June 2021.
"Wiener believes that it should not be a crime to have sex with someone without telling [them] that you are HIV-positive, but jail-time is appropriate for those who refuse to refer to a male as a female at his request," the pro-life activist remarked.
More nefarious, however, is SB 132 sponsored by Weiner. Newsom signed the bill, which mandated California to imprison men who identify as women in female prisons, into law in 2020.
"The view of the women locked up with these usually violent criminals is of no account to dangerous ideologues like Wiener, of course," said Von Maren.
Feminist group Women's Liberation Front (WLF) pointed to the dangers that emerged since SB 132 took effect in January 2021. It noted that after the bill was signed, almost 300 requests were lodged by male-to-female (MTF) transgender inmates for transfer to the Central California Women's Facility. Exactly zero transfer requests were denied, paving the way for hundreds of transgenders to commit sexual crimes inside the prison complex.
"In just six months since the enactment of SB 132, the number of incarcerated people self-identifying as trans or non-binary – thus becoming eligible to request a facility transfer – has increased from 1,088 to 1,237. The nearly 300 pending transfers are only the beginning of the invasion of women's prisons by violent male inmates, including convicted murderers and rapists."
"As more men arrive at the women's facilities, the crisis will only worsen," warned the WLF.
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