Scott Wiener has been a busy
apparatchik member of the California State LGBTQ Thought Police Politburo Senate lately.
Wiener had already sponsored SB-239, which was codified into law recently and turned the intentional spreading of HIV into a misdemeanor when it used to be a felony.
Now another Wiener-sponsored piece of legislation has passed the State Senate and been signed by Governor Moonbeam.
SB-219 now makes it a crime – punishable by one year in prison and a $1,000 fine – to “willfully and repeatedly fail to use a resident’s preferred name or pronouns after being clearly informed of the preferred name or pronouns.”
In other words, if you’re a worker at a nursing home and consistently refer to Joe Transexual as Joe instead of Jane because he is created by God as Joe, you could go to prison.
If you refuse to go along with New Speak, you will be a criminal in the eyes of California law. But if someone, with malice aforethought, spreads an infectious disease to another human being that person might only have to pay a small fine.
The People’s Republic of California in action, folks.
Here, by the way, is the man responsible for cramming these two pieces of legislation down your throats:
— Scott Wiener (@Scott_Wiener) July 31, 2016
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