Intentionally Infecting Someone with HIV is No Longer a Felony in California
California is irredeemable. Evacuate while you can — public safety is no longer a priority for its government (if it ever was).
On Friday, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a new bill that would reduce yet another crime's severity. The law affects any person that intentionally infects another person with the HIV virus, reducing the penalty from a felony to a misdemeanor.
From the LA Times:
In true leftist form, Wiener attempts to misdirect from the disgusting nature of SB 239. Living with HIV is not a crime. Intentionally infecting someone with the disease is.
Since 2015, rape and sexual assaults have been on the rise throughout California. According to FBI statistics, nearly 40% of those arrested for murder, manslaughter, robbery, aggravated assault — and of course, rape, were black.
Why is this significant? Although blacks make up less than 6% of California's population, the rate of black males living with an HIV diagnosis is 2.5 times that of white males.
In 2014, Prop 47 reduced non-violent felonies to misdemeanors. A person that drugged a victim before raping them would be considered to have committed a 'non-violent' crime. Two years after that, Prop 57 was passed, making imprisoned sex offenders eligible for early release. With nearly 30% of California's prison population consisting of blacks, this does not bode well for public safety.
Bear in mind that these statistics do not account for the rapes perpetrated by the remainder of non-black individuals. Statistics place the bulk of HIV-infected individuals at 38.6% Hispanic or Latino and 38.5% White. You can expect these rates to rise at an alarming rate in the years to come thanks to Governor Brown.
With each new bill passed, public safety becomes less of a priority and more of a matter of convenience. California is no longer a place for the law-abiding — it is a safe haven for criminals, particularly the most toxic ones. Keith Allen must wish he were in California right now:
Stay alert. Stay alive.