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New California Law Will Encourage Intentionally Spreading HIV To Uninfected #o4a #California

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 9th, 2017

Just when an STD epidemic is spreading across America, California has chosen to decriminalize the intentional spread of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Now, if you knowingly expose a partner to HIV in California, the crime is a mere misdemeanor rather than a felony.

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The Los Angeles Times reports:

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Friday that lowers from a felony to a misdemeanor the crime of knowingly exposing a sexual partner to HIV without disclosing the infection.

Moreover, the measure is expanded to knowingly giving HIV-positive blood to a blood bank.

The extreme move is, of course, being made under the guise of tolerance.

“Today California took a major step toward treating HIV as a public health issue, instead of treating people living with HIV as criminals,” said Democratic state Sen. Scott Wiener. “HIV should be treated like all other serious infectious diseases, and that’s what SB 239 does.”

Although people still die from AIDS, exposing people to HIV without their knowledge or consent was justified because “modern medicine allows those with HIV to live longer lives and nearly eliminates the possibility of transmission,” per Weiner and Democratic Assemblyman Todd Gloria.

This move would be shocking in almost anywhere but California, but in the Land of Fruits and Nuts, good is evil, and evil is good.

One thing is for certain: those who are sexually active should begin asking new partners if they’re from California, because they could be infested with things that cannot be scrubbed off with Ajax.

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