These insane nineteen bills will surely finish off California

Posted on May 27, 2021 11:20 am

Kids chanting to a bloodthirsty god or getting secret sex changes? The Golden State says why not

By Greg Burt

California wants school kids to chant to an Aztec god of human sacrifice.

SACRAMENTO, California — The state capitol has been overwhelmed this year with the number of harmful bills being introduced by California legislators. The California Family Council opposes 19 bills that either threaten the unborn, parental rights, freedom of speech and religion, or encourage racism, drug abuse, sex trafficking and assisted suicide.

The bills that the CFC supported this year to promote religious liberty, provide sex education transparency and protect children from sex abusers are dead or pushed off until next year. Most of the 19 bills that the CFC is lobbying against made it through the committee process in the legislative house in which they were introduced.

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And now over the next two weeks, 40 members of the State Senate and the 80 members of the Assembly have to vote on these and hundreds of other bills before the June 4 deadline, if they are going to survive and make it to the other legislative house for consideration.

Mandatory Ethnic Studies Courses for High School Students
AB 101 will mandate high school students take a course in “ethnic studies” in order to graduate high school. The curriculum is infused with Critical Race Theory meant to create resentment among non-white students, and guilt and shame among white students. Lessons falsely tell students to feel guilty for crimes done by long-dead figures with the same color skin. The curriculum seeks to pit ethnic groups and those with various sexual and gender identities against each other. It also encourages teens to judge people not by the content of their character, but by the racial or sexual identity group they belong to.

Editor’s note: The curricula encourages students to chant to Tezcatlipoca (see image), an Aztec god of human sacrifice.

Replace the statue of Father Junipero Serra
Last year a mob torched and pulled down a statue of Father Junipero Serra, the Catholic priest credited with establishing the mission system in California in the 1700s. Caving to the demands of the mob, AB 338 would remove a legal requirement to have a statue honoring the Father’s work among the Indians. In its place will be a monument to Native Americans that will highlight the devastating impact the mission period had on them and the role Father Serra had in that devastation. CFC is all for an honest portrayal of historical figures, but believes that debate can happen without giving in to mobs that use vandalism to argue their point of view.

Ethnic Studies in community colleges
AB 1040 would require each community college to offer courses in ethnic studies at each of its campuses. As mentioned previously, Ethnic Studies is a Critical Race Theory course of study meant to create resentment and prejudice between students with different ethnicities and sexual identities.

Gender-neutral section requirement for big-box stores
AB 1084 would punish companies with fines if they don’t create a gender-neutral section for kids’ toys and clothing. The law, sponsored by a gender-neutral fashion designer, would only apply to retail stores with 500 or more employees and demand that the gender-neutral section include a “reasonable selection” of items without any store signage labeling the items for boys or girls. The first violation is $250 or $500 for subsequent violations.

Require insurance companies to keep secrets from parents
This Planned Parenthood sponsored bill will force insurance companies to hide from parents “sensitive” medical procedures given to their adult and minor children. These “sensitive” services include abortion, sexual assault treatment, drug abuse and mental health treatment, and cross-sex hormones and sex-change operations. AB 1184 prevents parents from finding out from an insurance statement that their child is receiving services from medical providers like Planned Parenthood. In California, a minor can get an abortion at any age without parental knowledge or consent.

Constitutional amendment to eliminate the death penalty
ACA 2 would prohibit the death penalty from being imposed as a punishment for any violations of law, even for the most heinous mass murderers with overwhelming evidence of guilt. This bill would have to be approved by a vote of the people.

LGBT Pride Month resolution
HR 51 & SR 39 are resolutions to celebrate pride in policies, laws, and court decisions that reject God’s design for marriage, sexual behavior, and biological sex. They also advocate for the passage of the Equality Act, a federal bill that would mandate government-imposed inequality and unfairness by requiring acceptance of a particular ideology about sexual ethics, while leaving no room for differing opinions and legitimate public debate.

Police lose jobs over “bias” acts
SB 2 would, among other things, redefine “serious misconduct” for which a police officer might lose their job. The new definition states: “Acts demonstrating bias on the basis of race, national origin, religion, gender identity or expression, housing status, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or other protected status in violation of law.” Acts of “bias” is a very vague term and easily manipulable, because it involves not just conduct, but speech regarding personal religious, philosophical, or political views.

Office of Racial Equity
SB 17 would create an independent office of racial equity that would develop a Racial Equity Framework to create policies and practices to promote racial equity, and address individual, institutional, and structural racism. The bill assumes all inequity in the United States between racial, sexual orientation, or gender groups is the result of racism built into the system. Though vague in details, the bill implies that racial equity will not be achieved by supporting policies that judge someone based on individual character and merit without concern for race, gender, or sexual orientation. Instead, equity will only be achieved with policies that give special preferences to individuals based on the racial, gender or sexual orientation group they belong to.

Illegal drug injection sites
SB 57 would start a pilot program in San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles where centers would be set up so drug addicts can use illicit drugs under medical supervision. The idea is to prevent drug addicts from overdosing, but ignores the effects of enabling the devastating effects of illegal drugs on the body, and the negative effects that illegal drugs have on the health of the community.

Mandatory kindergarten
SB 70 requires a child to have completed one year of kindergarten before that child may be admitted to the first grade. This bill violates parental rights and assumes parents don’t have the wisdom to decide if their child is ready for schooling or not.

Lowering penalties on drug dealers
SB 73 will end mandatory minimum sentencing requirements for many drug offenses. This might be justified for non-violent drug possession charges, but lowering penalties for drug dealers is not justified, especially when they are selling substances like heroin and methamphetamine that kill people and destroy communities. This is part of Sen. Wiener’s plan to legalize all illicit drugs. Read more about his plans here.

Forcing health insurance plans to pay for free abortions
SB 245 forces all private insurance policies to cover abortions with no co-pays and no deductibles, despite the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) determination that California was already breaking federal law by forcing private health insurance plans to include coverage for abortion. There would be an exception for high deductible insurance plans.

Legalizes loitering for prostitution
SB 357 doesn’t legalize prostitution, but gets rid of a law that gives police the ability to deal with obvious prostitution happening on neighborhood streets. According to Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva, the “underlying root” of the “loitering with the intent to commit prostitution” law is to “target sex buyers who seek to exploit” women and men. This law will harm police efforts to prevent human trafficking from happening out in the open on any neighborhood street. The bill is sponsored by the ACLU and authored by Senator Scott Wiener, both proponents of legalizing prostitution.

Forces Boys State and Girls State to accept “non-binary” teens
SB 363 requires American Legion, who runs the Boys State conferences, and the American Legion Auxiliary, who runs the Girls State conferences, to only operate their civic engagement program for youth within the Capitol and with public school districts if both allow pupils, who do not identify as either male or female, to apply to either conference. State legislators shouldn’t be forcing private organizations to give up their beliefs about the biological nature of sex.

Removing safeguards from assisted suicide law
California’s assisted suicide law passed in 2015 had some safeguarded added that the bill author, Senator Susan Eggman, now wants to remove. First, SB 380’s sunset date of 2025 will be removed after only four years of published annual reports by the California Department of Public Health. The sunset date was put in the original bill to allow the legislature to reevaluate the law’s impact using a decade of data. Second, patients will no longer have to make two oral requests for suicide drugs with a 15-day waiting period between requests as is currently required. This safeguard was added to make sure patients weren’t making impulsive decisions or being subject to coercion of any kind.

Decriminalization of LSD and other hallucinogenic drugs
SB 519 will legalize dangerous psychedelic drugs, such as LSD, Magic Mushrooms, and Ecstasy for those over 21. It would also eliminate laws against the cultivation, transfer, or transportation of these drugs and the paraphernalia used to take these drugs.

No picketing vaccination sites
SB 742 would, among other things, prohibit protest activities within 300 feet of a medical office or temporary location doing vaccinations. The U.S. Supreme Court has already struck down a Massachusetts law that created a 35 feet buffer zone around the entrance of an abortion clinic. Peaceful protests and sidewalk counseling in front of abortion clinics could be affected by SB 742, with abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood now distributing vaccinations.

Greg Burt is Director of Capital Engagement for the California Family Council. For more about these lousy pieces of legislation and more, go to their website.

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Chuckiechan
Chuckiechan
1 month ago

Well, I guess California entrepreneurs will be shipping more illegal drugs across the country.

Chris Brown
Chris Brown
1 month ago

We should have kept the canal and given them California….

april
april
1 month ago

We just need to get completely rid of electronic voting, and we will be a red state again. Simple. Don’t leave.

blbeb
blbeb
1 month ago

What a bunch of Jewish garbage

Dun with CA
Dun with CA
1 month ago

Just sell CA back to Mexico.

John Steele
John Steele
1 month ago
Reply to  Dun with CA

I doubt they would even want it back with these insane people in charge

Wyatt
1 month ago
Reply to  Dun with CA

Oh , just plant some charges along the San Andreas fault line , set them off and let Californina float off into the sunset .

Hellen Keller
Hellen Keller
1 month ago
Reply to  Dun with CA

The Mexican people would not tolerate this crap

Bob
Bob
1 month ago

I was born in California during the Eisenhower administration and, post-Reagan, I’ve watched it go to ruin. The formerly Golden state has left me and, this summer, I am leaving it permanently. It feels very sad to leave my home. California would be paradise if it were not for its terrible, terrible government.

Tween
Tween
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob

Is your home not worth fighting for? Don’t cave–and don’t leave. Fight for California.

John
John
1 month ago

Hell, we should show the people of California some mercy and just nuke the state. Put them all out of their misery.

Mike
Mike
1 month ago

If there were any doubts that the Democrat party is the party of Satan

HoulieMon
HoulieMon
1 month ago

Jerry Brown staggered California ! Newsome is KILLING it ! The land of fruits and nuts !

Chuckiechan
Chuckiechan
1 month ago
Reply to  HoulieMon

Jerry Browns parting gift to Californians was ballot harvesting. No democrat likes leaving elections to chance.

Peter
Peter
1 month ago

One understands the left will never let everyone else live in peace California or otherwise right? There is no escape.

Epaminondas
Epaminondas
1 month ago

Heh. California is already finished. They just don’t know it yet.

TCGZ
TCGZ
1 month ago

SB 519 will legalize dangerous psychedelic drugs, such as LSD, Magic Mushrooms, and Ecstasy for those over 21. It would also eliminate laws against the cultivation, transfer, or transportation of these drugs and the paraphernalia used to take these drugs. Legislators will be able to “legally” continue their obvious hallucinogenic inspired bills.

wolflen
wolflen
2 months ago

Sen. Scott Wiener ..ultra left san fran ..openly gay..wants all drugs legal..also..wants to eliminate property owenership..ohhh yes he/she/they does..and if Harris is any indication of frisco politics..scotty may be the next gov in the not faraway future..lord have mercy..

Jamal Hill
2 months ago

Nice. The bad part is the Californians moving to other states will do as they did in California

Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamal Hill

Exactly. Some of the ones leaving didn’t like side effects of their voting yet they can’t connect the dots. Pity those future cities.

S D
S D
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamal Hill

You’re wrong. It’s the lying cheaters who will use the fact as cover for the cheat but those escaping are 60-70% conservative.

Highrise
Highrise
1 month ago
Reply to  S D

Ahh but they are conservative to California and when they move to the other states, that is where the rub is. They find out they aren’t as conservative as the new place’s population, hence, their voting more liberally there. It’s a frog in a pot of water that starts heating up and it’s boiled before it knows it.

Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago

/sarc on
Sure, let’s lessen the drug penalties for drug dealers and set up the shoot up sites.

This won’t increase our homeless problem..nope..not one bit.
/sarc off

iris
iris
2 months ago
Reply to  Highrise

Actually, this just MIGHT lower drug use, since drugs (being illegal) are costly and require users to also become sellers. When these drugs were legal (1933) far fewer people used them since there were no SELLERS. And just who is the government to tell us how to behave when it does not hurt anyone else????

Highrise
Highrise
1 month ago
Reply to  iris

Actually, this just MIGHT lower drug use, since drugs (being illegal) are costly and require users to also become sellers. umm..no, the drugs being used by the homeless druggies aren’t all that costly. We aren’t talking cocaine here. Most if not all the homeless drug addicts don’t turn into sellers, they either steal your crap and sell/trade it to give it to the drug dealer or if they are a woman, they whore themselves out to pay for it. So are you trying to say that if drugs were legalized, they’d be cheaper, and we’d have less users because there… Read more »

Chuckiechan
Chuckiechan
1 month ago
Reply to  Highrise

Let’s stop robberies by setting up fake stores full of liquor and cash and let them steal it, $950 worth at a time!

No Name
No Name
2 months ago

Cali circling the toilet bowl, thank you Demorats, for destroying this state
Good job

Jamal Hill
2 months ago
Reply to  No Name

The voters?

Libs are scum
Libs are scum
2 months ago

As long as they stay in Cali I’m OOFTG.
They come here, double tap time.

PatricHenry
PatricHenry
2 months ago

Finish off Kalifornikate. OKAY.

John Henry
John Henry
2 months ago

Occasionally, the mind the mind can fail.

Sal Monella
Sal Monella
2 months ago

OMG I wanna vomit.

Robert Newman
Robert Newman
2 months ago

We need to continue the wall around California as they need to be segregated from the rest of the world. Let them stew in their own idiocy.

blatherskite
blatherskite
2 months ago

No picketing vaccine sites. Really? This sh!t is never going away. At least I will be able pick up a dose LSD at my local store to bring me back into reality.

JF1962
JF1962
2 months ago

These bills were all authored by satan.

HAT451
HAT451
2 months ago
Reply to  JF1962

You might literally say “the devil is in the details” worked out by the demonic party.

John Schilling
John Schilling
2 months ago

Your average California bar fly floozie…before the makeup.

Billybob
Billybob
2 months ago
Reply to  John Schilling

Does appear to be a female skull.

Chuckiechan
Chuckiechan
2 months ago
Reply to  John Schilling

They don’t all look good at closing time!

Observer
Observer
2 months ago

CA needs to be walled off from the rest of the country for the sake of the USA. No entry or exit.

Sunny
Sunny
2 months ago

I would agree to getting rid of the death penalty only if it was mandatory punishment for
politicians who get caught lying or spend more than they take in taxes!

Mike Dougherty
2 months ago

Gender-neutral section requirement for big-box stores”. The big box stores I visit already have sections where I have not clue what sex the clothing is intended for. T-shirts for example.

John Steele
John Steele
2 months ago

wow.. The crazies / Marxist are running wild and now are drunk with power. As usual, the loser repubs are standing around collecting their worthless salaries and doing ZIP.. You can see the line of moving vans heading to the exit / Border. Get out now folks and do NOT bring your terrible voting habits with you to your new state.

Diane
Diane
2 months ago
Reply to  John Steele

Look up Republican Kevin Kiley from Rocklin Ca. He is trying to stop and these crazy bills.

John Steele
John Steele
2 months ago
Reply to  Diane

I should qualify that . yes your right. I’d say 65% of them are worthless. There are stars few and far among them.

Sal Monella
Sal Monella
2 months ago
Reply to  John Steele

U-Haul out of state- good luck finding one. I hear they’re paying college kids to drive them back to CA from Texas.

Michael
Michael
1 month ago
Reply to  John Steele

I would agree with you if you knew what you were talking about…..
you assume all Californians are “voting” for all the crap happening in our state but you’re wrong.
Illegal aliens vote in our state and it’s always democrat, this is where they get the money and laxed polices to remain here illegally and take good jobs and many of them join the labor unions who always vote democrat as well. Many of us have families and can’t easily move our whole life and job out of state it’s just not possible for everyone.

Axe-victim
Axe-victim
2 months ago

The only proposal I tend to agree with is eliminating the death penalty. But the punishment for crimes that would qualify someone for death should be much more severe. Solitary confinement 23 hours per day, no chance of parole (exceptions for new concrete evidence), no computer access, pictures of their victims behind 1” thick glass on their walls, no gym access, the only book they could have is a bible and have visitation semi annually. Maybe more restrictions. Gives them time to repent their sins.

TruDat
TruDat
2 months ago
Reply to  Axe-victim

Blind them and remove their tongues. Crush whichever is their dominant hand. After that IDGAF what they do with them 🙂 They will not be a threat to anyone ever again.

Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago
Reply to  Axe-victim
Jamal Hill
2 months ago
Reply to  Axe-victim

You are cruel.

Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  Axe-victim

Totally DISAGREE. The death penalty saves about $50K imprison cost per perp per year. Huge overall savings and we get rid of a killer permanently. This is a NO Lose proposition.

m. fuah
m. fuah
2 months ago

keep sucking blm/chicom/dindu/crt/grobiden/lgbt/illegal alien/muslim ****, ***holes

fritz
fritz
2 months ago

CA is the quintessential destination for a Bill Mill generating the wishes of the degenerates who run the show. Wait until the Folsom Street Fair of San Fransisco comes to a town and city near you: open sex acts, nudity, filthy behavior of every description ,etc. Oh, never heard of it? Look it up…

Nancy729
Nancy729
2 months ago
Reply to  fritz

I looked it up. Wow. We left a little over 20 years ago. I wouldn’t be able to live there again. We loved Eureka but it’s major crazytown of course.

Jamal Hill
2 months ago
Reply to  tippermart

Still voting for the same political bent as they did in California?

Clown World
Clown World
2 months ago

Decades ago when ALL of the crap you’re seeing happen today was predicted, all of the people issuing the warnings were ridiculed and called conspiracy nuts.
Remember folks, ridicule is not an argument, it’s a tactic.

Last edited 2 months ago by Clown World
Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago
Reply to  Clown World

Spot on.

Jamal Hill
2 months ago
Reply to  Clown World

The tech scum really ruined California.

Mr Natural
Mr Natural
2 months ago

Racists are running CA legislature. You are a racist when your legislative priorities are focused on race. Who’s writing ‘Jim Crow’ now?

Billybob
Billybob
2 months ago
Reply to  tippermart

I think that I might have dated her once in High School 🙁