It’s getting so weird to see the progressive left in this country and it’s march steadily into the mouth of madness. In the name of tolerance, things are being condoned that I just cannot understand. According to Cracked and Salon, pedophilia is a-okay. After all, we gotta be open to other people’s sexuality. Don’t insult Islam, because that’s a religion of peace! Yeah, to quote Bill Maher, “there’s a piece of ya there, and a piece of ya there.” But I guess they assume that all Muslims are brown people. Yeah, and it’s everyone else whose racist. But today I have seen something that takes the cake. Nothing else even comes close. In the land of liberal madness (it’s so hard sometimes to say that I am on the left. It really is. But I still am), there is nothing that remotely comes close. People say that anti-vaxxers are the worst that America has to offer in medical sabotage, but the California legislature has just introduced a bill that the dipshit governor has actually signed into law.
What bill is that? Why, it’s one that would no longer make it a felony to knowingly transmit HIV to another person without warning them that you are HIV positive. Don’t believe me?! Here’s a link to an article in the LA Times. See for yourself! I cannot believe this has actually happened. It literally escapes me how people can believe this was a smart thing. Not only that, let’s hear some of the rationales for this!
Modern medicine allows those with HIV to live longer lives and nearly eliminates the possibility of transmission, according to state Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Assemblyman Todd Gloria (D-San Diego), authors of the bill.
You have to be fucking kidding me! Did I just read that right? These two retards are making the argument that because there is a lesser chance to transmitting it if you don’t tell someone you’re a carrier, that justifies not telling them? Okay, tell you what, Scott Weiner and Todd Gloria. I’m going to point something that looks like a gun at your head without telling you and pull something that looks like a trigger on that. You have nearly eliminated that I am holding an actual gun. Are you still comfortable with letting me do that? What’s what? “Slippery slope” or “false equivalence” fallacy? Yeah, let’s ask the people who are suffering from full-blown AIDS because their partner didn’t disclose to them that they were HIV-positive if they agree with that sentiment.
But it gets better! In addition to no longer having it be a fucking felony to knowingly transmit the disease without telling someone, now you can also donate blood! Hey, people in California dying of loss of blood, did you hear that? It’s totally cool if someone who is HIV-positive donates blood without telling anyone. Groj only knows how many people would be infected. Getting a blood transfusion would be playing Russian roulette, all because Scott Weiner and Todd Gloria say it’s nearly impossible to give to another person. What brilliant fucking logic!
Another argument proponents of the bill used is that only HIV is treated this way. Okay, here’s a crazy thoughts – how about, instead of using this stupid bill to make a fucking point and risking everyone else’s lives, you try to expand the bill to make it that knowingly transmitting any STI is a felony instead?! I sure as fuck want to know if someone I’m about to sleep with has one. I’m totally down for that. That’s not what you did, though, is it? No, instead you have to play chicken to make a political point with the health of everyone in California. Maybe one of you two idiots can meet a person who was given HIV or AIDS because someone didn’t tell them they had it before sleeping with them. Or someone who desperately needed blood and didn’t realize it was infected with HIV. So now their entire lives are changed forever. Maybe then you can see what damage you are potentially doing to this country.
Bill Maher once said that reality has a liberal bias. Okay. Guess what, Bill, not in this case. Seems here that reality has a very conservative bias on this issue. Because the liberal position is – let’s knowingly infect people with fucking AIDS! Let’s turn getting a blood transfusion into the earlier example I used of pointing something that looks like a gun at your head and pulling what looks to be a trigger and hoping it isn’t actually a gun. Yeah, HIV is no longer a death sentence outright. Well, not as quickly. Modern medicine means that those who are HIV positive will live longer, but the inevitable result is the same. Eventually the disease will destroy their immune system and they won’t be able to fight off infection. Then they die. It’s how all of these stories end.
With that in mind, Bill, I better fucking hear you calling out this law for the batshit insanity that it is. You better be able to swallow your massive amount of pride and tell the rest of your liberal compatriots that this bill is madness, and now that it has been signed into law the people of California are putting their health and eventually their very lives at risk if they take a bullet like the people in Vegas.
Everyone says that Trump is the biggest danger to society, and he is a retarded monkey who seems real eager to get into a dick-waving contest with North Korea. But while they are yelling at each other on Twitter, here in the real world we have people passing legislation that has the very real potential to get real people infected with a disease that will change their life for the worse, forever. Who’s worse? The idiot who sneers at the idiot leader of another country, or the ones who say that it’s okay to repeal a law that has a very good reason to exist all because it’s much more likely for you to not get the fucking disease. For all of Trump’s insanity online, to date we haven’t had anyone get killed from it. This legislation, on the other hand, well, the awful truth is that it’s only a matter of time until we see how horribly this can go.
I have a dear friend in California too, which makes it even worse. I worry for her, so much.
Until next time, a quote,
“Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance.” – H.L. Mencken