Perverted California state senator strikes again, wants to mandate drag queen story hours in school curriculum

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SACRAMENTO, CA- Law Enforcement Today has previously reported on the unhinged leftist state senator from (where else) California, who wanted to remove pedophiles from that state’s sex offender registry.

Now, Rep. Scott Wiener (no comment) is back at it, suggesting schools in the state be mandated to offer a curriculum called “Drag Queen 101, which would force schools to expose school-age children to the perversion of drag queen ideology, the Washington Standard reports.

Hey, remember when we were all told that gay marriage meant “love is love?” Yeah, good times. Now we’ve devolved into a modern-day Gomorrah where anything goes. This brings us to this unhinged lunatic California politician.

Wiener, who apparently holds zero regard for parents rights, has in the past, aside from advocating for child molesters also pushed the government being allowed to vaccinate children without parental consent, put people in jail for the “crime” of using improper pronouns, and repealing a law which requires someone who has HIV/AIDS to notify their sexual partners of same.

Wiener came up with his latest brainstorm in response to a Texas state legislator, who proposed a bill which would ban exposing children to drag shows. In response, the “genius” Wiener tweeted:

“This guy just gave me a bill idea:

Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement.”

Groomer anyone?

This of course leads to the obvious question. What is it about children that have sick perverts like Wiener so anxious to expose them to such a deviant lifestyle? Why push such a sick, twisted program on our youngest, most vulnerable citizens? Once again, this is yet another reason why those who lead the alphabet movement cannot be taken seriously by the rest of us.

One also must ask is where is the judgment of the parents who are allowing their children to be exposed to such mindless perversion? In the case of the Texas drag show, it was held at a gay bar in Dallas.

Shouldn’t this be a violation of state liquor laws? One would think it would. As Bryan Slaton, the Texas representative who proposed that state’s bill said, “drag shows are no place for a child.”

“The events of this past weekend were horrifying and show a disturbing trend in which perverted adults are obsessed with sexualizing young children,” Slaton said, in response to the “Drag Kids to Pride” event in Texas at a bar called Mr. Misster.

As we at Law Enforcement Today have also previously reported, the drag queen circuit is widely populated by perverted sex offenders, which has been widely documented.

Perhaps Wiener should turn his attention to real problems affecting residents of California, like out-of-control gas prices, skyrocketing inflation, electrical grid issues, and wildfires. Focus, Wiener, focus.

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA- Push…push…nudge…nudge. This was entirely predictable actually.

When the Supreme Court blessed gay marriage, many people thought that it was only a matter of time where that would not be enough.

Recently we saw the Civil Rights Act of 1964 expanded to include the “t” in LGBTQ. Now, a state senator in California is trying to destigmatize gay sex between young adults and minors.

He argues that the present state law which governs the state’s sex offender registry unfairly discriminates against the LGBTQ community.

As reported in the Daily Wire, a report attributed to The San Francisco Chronicle says that Democrat State Sen. Scott Wiener (seriously) is trying to gather support in the waning weeks of the legislative session for SB145, which he introduced last year and which is held up in a key committee.

The legislation would provide “judges discretion over sex-offender registration in all cases involving voluntary intercourse between teenagers age 14 to 17, who cannot legally consent, and adults who are less than 10 years older.” In other words, this legislation would allow a 24-year-old to have “consensual” sex with a 14-year-old of the same sex and not be placed on a sex offender registry. Disgusting.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle:

“If  a man has vaginal intercourse with an underage teenage girl, the judge can decide whether he should be placed on the sex offender registry based on the facts of the case. But if anal or oral sex, or vaginal penetration with anything other than a penis is involved, the adult must register as a sex offender—a relic of a penal code that criminalized those acts until 1975, even between consenting adults.”

Wiener said, “California’s sex offender registry continues to draw that distinction—an antiquated, outdated, leftover distinction—that somehow oral sex is worse than vaginal sex.”

He continued that such a precedent is “horrific homophobia” that is “irrational and it ruins people’s lives.”

Wouldn’t it make more sense for California legislators to be going in the opposite direction? Making such conduct between members of the opposite sex fall under the same guidelines? Not necessarily under the auspices of fairness but because adults should not be having consensual sex with children under the age of 17. Period.

“It makes no sense. It disproportionately impacts LGBTQ people because LGBTQ people are far less likely to be engaging in penile, vaginal intercourse,” Wiener told The San Francisco Examiner.

Wiener is nothing if not a little bit obsessed with sexually oriented legislation. In 2017, he co-sponsored a bill which made knowingly exposing a partner to HIV no longer a felony.

Wiener’s support for this bill has, according to him, exposed him to death threats.

“I’ve been the subject of death threats and personal attacks, threatening to decapitate me and send my head to my mother,” Wiener told an online news conference.

“This kind of slander, not just against me but against my community, is outrageous and we have to speak out against it.”

Always playing the victim.

Wiener singled out so-called “QAnon conspiracy theorists,” whom he says believe he is making a subversive plan to legalize pedophilia. Trust us, that will be next. There are already those trying to claim that pedophilia is a “psychological disorder” and therefore an illness, not a crime. It’s coming.

Wiener also told the Chronicle that he has been the target of online harassment, and hit with “toxic, poisonous hate and homophobia and anti-Semitism,” he claims from right-wing conspiracy theorists and others.

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Chad Felix Greene, a journalist who also happens to be gay wrote in The Federalist, “As has become far too common, opposing perceived right-wing attacks is more important than critically addressing dangerous legislation.”

Continuing, Green said:

“Providing reasonable legal accommodation to this very specific and narrow experience should not be an open invitation for adults to exploit young teenagers by engaging in sex with them.

Unfortunately, Wiener and other California lawmakers, who have had no formal pushback on this legislation so far, are more interested in pursuing grand social ideals rather than writing simple, rational law.

Left-wing media is all too happy to use labels of ‘hate’ and ‘conspiracy theories’ to dismiss legitimate concerns.”

Wiener’s proposal is backed by Equality California, a LGBTQ rights organization, as well as groups representing district attorneys and oddly enough, police chiefs.

Law enforcement agencies say that California’s sex offender registry has simply become too large to fulfill its’ mission, which is to track potential predators. Officials have previously advocated to have people convicted of less-serious crimes removed from the list.

One such official is Bradley McCartt, a deputy district attorney in Los Angeles County who prosecutes sexual assault cases involving children. He claims the unequal treatment of same-sex couples is a civil rights issue.

He says that “there’s a lot of misinformation about what the sex offender registry does, what its purpose is. That is why there is such strong, unbelievable support among law enforcement about this bill.”

While the bill was passed in the state Senate last year, it was held up in a key committee in the Assembly by the chair, Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego) who was seeking amendments to narrow its scope. Wiener says he is pushing to get the bill out of committee, which must be done by the end of next week.

Wiener says that he is trying to bring attention to the so-called “marginalization” of LGBTQ youth. So, apparently 24-year-olds are now considered “youth.”

“We need to be lifting these young people up,” Wiener claims, “and not criminalizing them and attacking them.”

Cool. Not.

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