Beginning in 2018, California law will have harsher penalties for health care workers who address a senior transgender patient with the “wrong” pronouns than for people who knowingly infect others with HIV.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Friday lowering the maximum penalty for knowingly infecting or exposing a person to HIV to six months in prison — down from a maximum of eight years. Also last week, Brown signed legislation allowing for penalties of up to one year in jail for health care workers who “willfully and repeatedly” use the “wrong” pronouns to refer to a senior transgender patient.
I will not be going back to Kalifornia Ever. I certainly won't be having any kinds of surgery in Kalifornia, because people with HIV can now donate blood in Kalifornia and get nothing but a slap on the wrist for it. Ain't Leftism grand?
I know there are people in Kalifornia who are good, honest, hard working people. But that state is controlled by Los Angeles and San Fransicko, and those are two cities who deserve the whole Sodom and Gomorrah treatment.