California, where I was born, is completely irrational. Even worse, it crossed the Rubicon, blew up the bridge, and set fire to the boats. In the Golden State, parental rights will be abolished and a police state will be established where the presiding judge and court must (not may) affirm a child’s predetermined made-up gender “identity.” However, in that same California, getting a tattoo as a minor requires parental consent. Understand it. I can’t. If the Democrat super-majority has its way, bewildered youngsters may soon be able to request to be removed from their parents and even chemically castrated and disfigured in California. Do you think that is unlikely? It’s not.
AB 665 was written by Wendy Carrillo, an assemblywoman. She caused the gallery to erupt in uncontrolled laughter just eight days ago amid open discussion and debate on her legislation when she said:
“We would never implement a policy that would keep children and their parents apart.”
The AP and USA Today both support the left, therefore it goes without saying that they wrote pieces alleging that the opposition’s claims are exaggerated. They are not, though.
AB 665 will change the law and the wording used. What does AB 665 actually say and do? California is revising the Family Law Code to make it legal to kidnap perplexed children.
A lawyer and child advocate from California named Jennifer Kennedy informed me in an email that:
“AB 665 modifies Family Code 6924. It adds to the state’s definition of what parental obligation is for a child’s welfare by stating that parents must affirm their child’s gender identity in order to be approved by a court of law to provide for ‘the safety, welfare, and the health of their child.’ It more specifically amends a regulation from 1979 that permits a minor 12 years old or older to self-consent concerning mental health counseling OR residential shelter with no parental permission (or even verified notice), but ONLY when ‘danger guardrails’ are met, which means specifically that the kid in question is a risk to self or other people OR that the child faces risk at home (abuse, incest). Without urgent, hazardous conditions, this (ancient) statute guarantees that parents’ custody rights are not violated and their kid is not taken from their bodily care.”
What does AB 665 do in terms of language? It is knocking down those barriers. A 12-year-old with gender confusion on any given day can self-consent to both outpatient therapy AND an inpatient “residential shelter.” Yes, the 12-year-old can live in a group home run by the government while being chemically castrated and subjected to physical abuse. But don’t worry, the government will offer therapy.
Author: Scott Dowdy