Skip to comments.California Columnist: Stop Punishing People Who ‘Willfully Expose Others’ to HIV or AIDS
Posted on 04/27/2017 6:14:04 AM PDT by C19fan
An associate editor of the largest newspaper in Sacramento, California has published a bizarre article asking why is it still illegal to willfully expose others to AIDS.
Erika D. Smith, the associate editor of The Sacramento Bee daily newspaper, wrote The AIDS crisis is over. Why are people still going to jail over HIV?
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Hmm, Erika doth protest too much. What are the results of her latest blood test and how promiscuous is she?
Why is it always crazy chicks pushing this nonsense that ends up hurting women which are targeted by promiscuous men belonging to the 20% archetype getting 80% of them on Tinder?
The AIDS crisis is over.”
So’s the typhoid crisis. But the law still has a problem with willful exposure of that disease as well.
>>The AIDS crisis is over.
Not for the person who gets AIDS from some person who willfully spread it.
Its amazing that Communists once said that one death is a tragedy, but a million deaths is a statistic; but today’s Communists are so fundamentally evil that even one death is a statistic to them.
Wait till she gets raped by someone with HIV, perhaps she will sing a different tune, if she lives through it.
The author needs to be tested and quarantined immediately.
Willful exposure to a life-threatening illness is criminal, whether the snowflake likes it or not.
Liberals sit around thinking of one more insane idea after another.
Let’s extend this analogy to weapons...
>>Wait till she gets raped by someone with HIV, perhaps she will sing a different tune, if she lives through it.
She writes like a person who spreads HIV.
Care to comment on the quarantine centers in Cuba for aids patients?
If the author isn’t intelligent enough to answer her own question, then she’s obviously not capable of making a responsible decision about having sex.
Hey, the Black Death is over... why should I go to jail if I release a bunch of Bubonic plague in a crowded restaurant?
It’s attempted murder and any one doing it should be incarcerated. Then if the victim eventually dies of aids ten years later (while the perpetrator is still in jail)’he should have additional charges for murder.
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