The California legislature has passed and Governor Moonbeam Brown has signed legislation de-criminalizing the act of engaging in sexual activity while HIV positive without disclosing that they are infected. In other words, you can screw while you have HIV now and you don’t have to tell your partner. It’s also no longer criminal to donate blood without disclosing you are HIV-positive.
There are no words for how heinous this is. But of course, the left’s objective is to get as many people infected with this politically-correct disease as possible. I remember some AIDS activist (don’t remember who) complaining that no one was going to pay any attention to the disease until straight white girls started contracting it. I also remember plans by other AIDS activists to sneak their tainted blood into blood banks during high-demand periods like right after a disaster. I remember a hemophiliac kid named Ryan White in the late 80s-early 90s who they succeeded in infecting and subsequently made their poster child until his death. HIV/AIDS already soaks up a grossly disproportionate share of government research funding relative to the population who is affected by it, largely because of an equally grossly untruthful propaganda campaign in the 80s.
There are, amazingly enough, plenty of people who have no delusions about the nuthouse California’s legislature is who are dumbfounded by this action and wondering aloud just what the hell they could be thinking. It’s simple really. HIV is a politically correct ailment. It primarily (like in high-90s percentages) afflicts members of a grievance group, namely, men who engage in homosexual acts with other men (statistical fact, Jack). Because of this, contracting it in itself will make you a member of a grievance group as well. It is apparently true that it has been brought under better control in the past couple of decades but it’s still a long and lingering death sentence. It is literally an embodiment of irresponsibility and this new law is the most brazen effort yet to force society to say not just that there’s nothing wrong with being gay, but that it actually makes you superior. Your feelings of embarrassment or exclusion take precedence over the right of the people around you to not be willfully exposed to your deadly disease.
Seriously, think this through. Not even going to address the sexual partners thing, if you’re donating HIV-positive blood to a blood bank, you’re not only giving (or in some cases selling) something useless, but you’re contaminating good blood in the process. You are literally causing there to be less usable blood by adding your infested blood to the pool. Why the hell should anyone be allowed to do this? The only answer is that you belong to a privileged class. To the left, the feelings of an HIV patient (especially a typical one) are more important than the lives he will ruin or destroy by spreading his disease. When you consider that the left has been propping up abortion for years, which is the convenience and/or feelings of the mother being more important than the horrible, brutal death of the child she has killed, this really makes a lot more sense in a sick way.
People are pointing out that the same morons pushing for this are backing confiscatory gun control, which would almost be laughable if they weren’t dead serious. They also have the gall to blather about how “HIV is not a crime” as if anyone ever suggested that.
Between their outright defiance of federal immigration law and the insanity of their blood donation policies, the push for California’s secession might have burned out, but they’re acting like they’re their own country anyway–and they cannot be allowed to continue. Just like allowing illegal aliens “sanctuary” will not just affect California, this act stands a very real chance of spreading a deadly contagion not just throughout their own state but the rest of the country too. It’s gotten to the point where they either need to be stopped or they need to be excised like the cancer they are.
EDIT: I need to make a correction. The California bill apparently does NOT completely de-criminalize knowingly exposing someone to HIV, but rather, it reduces it from a felony to a misdemeanor. Which…really isn’t a whole hell of a lot better. When you consider that felony battery usually means any sort of injury such as breaking the skin or chipping a tooth (nevermind actual permanent harm or broken bones), getting a misdemeanor for intentionally exposing someone to a deadly virus is indefensible.