The Los Angeles Times’ brilliant byline Patrick McGreevy practically became a Russian political scientist advising President Putin with the due diligence it takes to spew out all the new laws taking in effect in California. Let’s take a gander, shall we?
First is the cyberbullying law, which makes no damn sense considering it is and always will be a father’s role to his daughter to monitor her DMs and encourage her to thwart any global pervert’s or Internet trigger nigger Instagram DMs with her critical thinking and writing ability. I encourage all forms of communication to my 11-year-old because she’s an emerging leader down there at Houston Middle School in Irving Independent School District in Texas. California’s too simple and liberal, but that’s none of my biashara.
This one’s a hoot that pimp rappers should start start Crip and Blood walking to:
“Children can no longer be charged with prostitution, given the high incidence of human trafficking of people younger than 18. Adults who perform or solicit prostitution would not face mandatory minimum sentences.”
And this one is simply non-sensical but further reaffirms that California is a republic, not a nation-state:
The state can’t fund or require public employees to travel to states believed to discriminate against lesbians, gays, bisexual or transgender people.The state can’t fund or require public employees to travel to states believed to discriminate against lesbians, gays, bisexual or transgender people.