CA State Senator Scott Weiner has thrown his integrity out the back door and the rest of the liberal sewer are followed suit.
CA Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill proposed by Sen. Scott Weiner making it no longer a felony to deliberately infect sexual partners with HIV.
The new California regulation lessening the crime of deliberately exposing others to the HIV virus was authored by state Democrats Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Asm. Todd Gloria (D-San Diego), and cosponsored by a number of LGBT groups.Senate bill 239 (SB 239), which will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2018, does not only apply to those who engage in consensual sex, but also covers those who give blood without telling the blood bank that they are HIV-positive, even when they do so with the specific intent of infecting patients with the contagious virus.
Rick Zbur, the executive director of Equality California, an LGBTQ advocacy group, said that SB 239 “is not only fair, but it’s good public health,” and will be “good for all Californians.”
“With his signature, Governor Brown has moved California’s archaic HIV laws out of the 1980s and into the 21st century,” Zbur said.
Really? Really? Getting HIV is good now?
PEOPLE ARE DYING. THEY CONTINUE TO DIE AS THEY SUFFER FROM A DISEASE WITHOUT A CURE. BUT, WE DON'T CARE BECAUSE THE LIBERAL GODS COMAND WE NOT GET UPSET.
Telling everybody it's okay to develop or give others an incurable disease doesn't fix the problem. People with HIV should be treated with respect and given access to medical treatment. No question. However, it is not a good or ideal state of being. They're at high risk of dying. It's heartbreaking and infuriating.
What type of person looks around and says “I really empathize with these guys being convicted of DELIBERATELY infecting their sexual partners with HIV”? Because did you know the majority of the people convicted BRAG about how many people they've infected and potentially killed through unprotected sexual relations?
In 2015, an HIV-positive California landscape architect who boasted of intentionally infecting others with the virus was sentenced to six months in jail after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor health code violation.
Evidence from 11,000 text messages and three dozen audio clips showed Thomas Miguel Guerra bragging of his exploits and joking about keeping his condition secret from his sex partners.
The San Diego judge who sentenced Guerra couldn’t hide her anger over the case.
“I think that’s a tremendous oversight in the law if this is just a misdemeanor,” said Judge Katherine Lewis, calling the light sentence a “travesty” while insisting the offense should be changed to a felony.
In 2011, a 51-year-old HIV-positive man who said he had intentionally infected “thousands” of partners turned himself in to Michigan police.
Or there is the case currently being tried right now in Scotland.
The measure comes just as an HIV-positive man in Scotland is being prosecuted for purposefully infecting a number of his Grindr dates with the virus, by insisting on “unprotected sex” or using perforated condoms.
After sex, 26-year-old Daryll Rowe would reportedly send “mocking text messages” to partners boasting he was HIV positive.
“Maybe you have the fever. I came inside you and I have HIV LOL. Oops!” Rowe texted to one partner, while he reportedly said to another in a phone call, “I ripped the condom. You’re so stupid. You didn’t even know.”
These are the guys the new law put forth by Sen. Weiner helps. These are the guys we're supposed to view as victims. These are the guys donating blood to intentionally kill already sick and helpless patients with the FULL SUPPORT OF U.S. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. Why do you think that is?