California Proves Again It’s The Heart That Circulates Evil Through The Liberal Bloodstream
I don’t live in California, and frankly unless you enjoy living in an asylum where the inmates are in charge, I don’t get it. That’s not to say that there aren’t other asylums out there, New York, Wisconsin, Minesota, etc., but the heartbeat for liberal lunacy is definitively California. Too many moronic ideas that originate there, pass through the liberal bloodstream, and are duplicated in other Democratic socialist states. California is like a cancer that metastasizes to other liberal strongholds.
There are currently two bills that are being “debated” in California, and should they pass, you can bet that versions of them will suddenly materialize in other states. The first bill is AB665 and the second is SB94.
Here is the way AB665 reads:
Existing law, for some purposes, authorizes a minor who is 12 years of age or older to consent to mental health treatment or counseling on an outpatient basis, or to residential shelter services, if the minor is mature enough to participate intelligently in the outpatient services or residential shelter services, as specified, and either the minor would present a danger of serious physical or mental harm to themselves or to others or if the minor is the alleged victim of incest or child abuse. For other purposes, existing law authorizes a minor who is 12 years of age or older to consent to mental health treatment or counseling services if the minor is mature enough to participate intelligently in the outpatient services or counseling services.
This bill would align the existing laws by removing the additional requirement that, in order to consent to mental health treatment or counseling on an outpatient basis, or to residential shelter services, the minor must present a danger of serious physical or mental harm to themselves or to others, or be the alleged victim of incest or child abuse.
Existing law, for some purposes, requires that the mental health treatment or counseling include involvement of the minor’s parent or guardian unless the professional person treating or counseling the minor determines that the involvement would be inappropriate. For other purposes, existing law requires the involvement of the parent or guardian unless the professional person who is treating or counseling the minor, after consulting with the minor, determines that the involvement would be inappropriate.
This bill would also align the existing laws by requiring the professional person treating or counseling the minor to consult with the minor before determining whether involvement of the minor’s parent or guardian would be inappropriate.
As you read the proposed bill, (which has already passed The California Judiciary Committee), you can see that it is attempting to piggyback onto an existing law that already circumvents parental control. The existing law states that a minor 12 years of age or older, can consent to outpatient or residential shelter services without parental consent, if the minor presents a danger of serious physical or mental harm to themselves or to others, or if the minor is the alleged victim of incest or child abuse. Under those circumstances the parents can be excluded if the professional person treating or counseling the minor determines that the involvement would be inappropriate.
So even now, a “counselor,” probably a leftist moron, can exclude the parents “if they” determine your child presents a danger of serious physical or mental harm to themselves or to others, or if the minor is the alleged victim of incest or child abuse.
The new bill takes total authority out of the parent’s hands by eliminating the requirement that your child must present a danger of serious physical or mental harm to themselves or to others, or if the minor is the alleged victim of incest or child abuse. Now, for any reason, the left can essentially confiscate your child at the age of 12 and place them in a group facility without your knowledge or consent.
Think about the consequences of this. A typical teenage and parent argument can be used against the parent by labeling them as dangerous if one of these liberal Marxists gets wind of it.
In my opinion, this is nothing more than a thinly veiled leftist plot to promote the sickness of transgenderism. Another excuse to build a wall between parent and child, by pretending to sympathize with the not fully developed, immature minds of children, and twist them to fall prey to the sick leftist agenda.
If this bill becomes law, it removes parental rights to raise their children without the constant threat of intervention from the government. A government filled with radical elitists, seeking total dominance by eliminating our most basic rights.
Senate Bill 94, is authored by Senator Dave Cortese, (D-Santa Clara), and is co-chaired by Senators Josh Becker (D-San Mateo), Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley), Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), Assemblywoman Corrie Jackson (D-Riverside) and Assemblywoman Akilah Weber (D-San Diego).
The legislation reads:
“This bill would authorize an individual sentenced to death or life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for a conviction in which one or more special circumstances were found to be true to petition for recall and resentencing if the offense occurred before June 5, 1990, and the individual has served at least 20 years in custody.”
“The bill would authorize the court to modify the petitioner’s sentence to impose a lesser sentence and apply any changes in law that reduce sentences or provide for judicial discretion, or to vacate the petitioner’s conviction and impose judgment on a lesser included offense.”
Now, if your thinking that the term “special circumstances” means that maybe something was wrong with the conviction, think again. Special circumstances may include, rape, kidnapping or maiming prior to the killing, multiple deaths, killing a police officer or prison guard, or actions showing wanton disregard for life, such as throwing a bomb into a restaurant.
So this bill would release the worst of the worst criminals once they have served at least 20 years. Those that not only murdered, but committed some other type of heinous crime as well.
Jonathon Hatami, a Democrat that is running against George Gascon, the maniacal LA County District Attorney, tweeted this:
“I’m a Democrat and I’m 100 percent against this bill. I’m also a dad & a caring human being. People who brutally torture and murder children should not be released. Period. That’s inhumane to all the children who can’t fight for themselves. George Gascón and anyone else supporting this bill should really be ashamed of themselves.”
This bill is a slap in the face to the victims and their families. It takes a special kind of stupidity to believe that this will do anything, other than infuriate the families that were victimized and endanger the public.
Then again, Senators David Cortese (D-Santa Clara) and Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) also wrote a bill that decreased the punishment for those that knowingly infected someone with HIV.
Oh, I’d Hate to be a San Francisco Weiner, especially when he’s paired with Dave Cortese. Cause if I was a San Francisco Weiner, everyone could soon have HIV.
(Sung to the Oscar Meyer Weiner tune)