Activists oppose California bill that makes child prostitution a felony. Their reason? "LGBTQ people ... are more likely to be charged with sex offenses"
· Jul 9, 2024 ·

In California, it is currently a misdemeanor to solicit a minor for sex. SB1414 aims to make this offense a felony. And wouldn't you know, the one group coming out against this bill is the people over at the LGBTQIA+ club.

I'm not joking. They're coming out against an anti-pedophile bill.

Here's what the bill does:

Under current California law, soliciting someone an offender knows or reasonably should know is a minor for prostitution is a misdemeanor, punishable by mandatory minimum imprisonment of 2 days in county jail and a possible punishment of up to one year in jail and a $10,000 fine.

As introduced, the bill would have raised the offense to a felony and the punishment up to a possible four years in state prison and a fine of $25,000, 'regardless of whether' defendants knew or should have known the person was a minor and regardless of whether defendants were themselves above age 18. It also included sex offender registration requirements.

Pretty straightforward: You're a felon if you solicit a kid for sex.

Now, listen to these oral arguments in the California Assembly and tell me they're not an advertisement for outlawing the Alphabet cult altogether.

We're particularly concerned that the harsher penalties proposed in this bill will disproportionately impact marginalized communities, especially members of the LGBTQ community, who already suffer from systematic biases within the criminal justice system, particularly when it comes to sexually-based offenses. Studies have shown that LGBTQ people, particularly gay and transgender individuals, are more likely to be charged with sex offenses compared to their heterosexual counterparts.


They're saying it right out in the open in the California Assembly.

The bill has moved forward from one senate committee and will go through another committee process after August 5th, but key provisions have been stripped out by Dems in an effort to appease the LGBT "community."

SB 1414, co-authored by Senators Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield), Anna Caballero (D-Merced), and Senator Susan Rubio (D-Baldwin Park), will be reviewed by the Assembly Appropriations Committee after the legislature break ends on Aug. 5.

The legislation has received bipartisan support. However, "critical amendments" were removed, Grove said. She is not satisfied with the language currently in the bill and is pressing members of the Assembly Public Safety Committee to allow key provisions to be restored.

I was told that the LGBTQ community were not "groomers."
I was told that the LGBTQ community did not include pedophiles.

I was once again lied to by the television.

I'll leave you with the common sense of the streets:

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