California Senator Scott Wiener at gay parade and child

The State of California is About to Make it Easier for Pedophiles to Dodge Sex Offender Registry

The state of California is about to pass a law which will make it easier for pedophiles to prey on unwitting teenagers so long as the difference of age is less than ten years.

If signed by Governor Gavin Newson, the bill will give California judges the power to help convicted pedophiles avoid registering as sex offenders if the victim’s age is at least 14, the predator is less than ten years older, and the victim does not request registration.

“This bill would exempt from mandatory registration under the act a person convicted of certain offenses involving minors if the person is not more than 10 years older than the minor and if that offense is the only one requiring the person to register.”

The philosophical basis behind anti-pedophilia laws is that minors do not possess the mental faculties necessary to consent. This bill deteriorates that notion by eliminating mandatory sex offender registration based on whether or not the victim requests registry.

Advocates for the bill argue that current law discriminates against homosexuals by mandating sex offender registration for gay pedophilic sex and not for straight. However, instead of requiring that all pedophiles register as sex offenders, the far-left Democrat Senate of California has opted to embolden predators by creating equally low penalties across the board.

“Any sex is sex. I don’t care who it’s between or what sex act it is. That being said, I cannot in my mind as a mother understand how sex between a 24-year old and a 14-year old could ever be consensual, how it could ever not be a registerable offense…. The bottom line is, when a 24-year old has sex with a 14-year old, it is always in an inequitable situation.” – Lorenza Gonzalez, California State Assemblymember

California representatives’ comment on the bill prior to its passing:

This bill was introduced by Scott Wiener, the same California Senator who successfully passed the law three years ago which lowered the penalty for knowingly exposing somebody to the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) from a felony to a misdemeanor. That bill was advocated for under the same pretext of gay liberation.

“California’s outdated and draconian HIV criminal laws have disproportionately harmed people of color and transgender women,” said Melissa Goodman, the Gender and Reproductive Justice Project Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California.

Sex with children has been thrust into our culture lately as a growing number of pedophiles are seeking to normalize the practice under the politically correct terms ‘Minor Attracted Person (MAP)’ and ‘Non-Offending Minor Attracted Person (NOMAP)’.

Make no mistake, MAP’s are child predators. However, this growing community is attempting to piggyback off of the success of the LGBTQ+ movement by orienting their sick fantasies as nothing more than another sexual orientation.

Amid the cultural war currently taking place to normalize pedophilia, Netflix released a controversial film titled ‘Cuties’, which tells the story of a young girl on the path to becoming a lewd dancer. The movie features young pre-teen girls in scant clothing, close-up shots of the girls’ ‘crotches and buttocks,’ and discussions of sexual acts involving children.

If Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signs this bill into law, it will be a big win for child predators across California.

Watch Elijah Schaffer and Blaire White discuss this bill and the push to normalize pedophilia:

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