San Francisco Sen. Scott Wiener Introduces Bill to Decriminalize Men Having Sex With BoysChris Menahan
Aug. 13, 2020
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San Francisco state Senator Scott Wiener has introduced a new bill to decriminalize adult men having sex with boys and he and his allies in the media are smearing all opposition as "homophobic" and "anti-Semitic."
[UPDATE: The California legislature passed the bill on the last night of session.]
From The Federalist, "No California Shouldn't Decriminalize Adult Sex With 14-Year-Olds":
LGBT activists have pushed reasonable notions of equality to its limits with obscene perversions. State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco -- the same lawmaker who co-sponsored a bill in 2017 to remove the felony penalty for knowingly exposing another person to HIV -- has introduced a bill, Senate Bill 145 to give judges more flexibility in sentencing gay men who abuse minors.According to the media, you're "homophobic" and "anti-Semitic" if you oppose this bill.
The Jewish News:
Wiener himself similarly painted all opponents of the bill as homophobes and anti-Semites, writing: "Those who think homophobia & antisemitism are over are not paying attention."
The left loves to talk about "extremism" on the right and yet NAMBLA is effectively now part of the mainstream for the Democratic Party in California.
As I reported last week, San Francisco has approved an ordinance to reopen gay bathhouses in the name of aiding the city's "economic and cultural recovery" while most small businesses are shut down and STDs are at record levels.
This is what the left calls "progress."
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