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AB 957 vetoed + new alert on second anti-parent bill AB 665

Saturday, September 23, 2023, 11:27 am | Randy Thomasson

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Late Friday, Sept. 22, Gavin Newsom vetoed AB 957, instructing judges in child custody cases to disfavor moral parents who are against the ‘trans’ confusion of their own children.

Thank you for following SaveCalifornia.com’s lead to call and email Newsom. We knew this radical anti-parent, anti-religious-freedom bill was vetoable. Because Newsom IS running for president. And he doesn’t want Republican candidates or media or even less-liberal Democrats in other states saying “Hey, you sign a bill against parents, against religious freedom, and in favor of the ‘trans’ agenda targeting our children!”

Indeed, in Newsom’s Sept. 22 veto message, he demonstrated he’s AGAINST biological facts and moral values for children, writing, “I appreciate the passion and values that led the author to introduce this bill. I share a deep commitment to advancing the rights of transgender Californians, an effort that has guided my decisions through many decades in public office.”

So, instead of criticizing AB 957 on substance, he said he didn’t like its violation of separation of powers, writing, “I urge caution when the Executive and Legislative branches of state government attempt to dictate – in prescriptive terms that single out one characteristic – legal standards for the Judicial branch to apply.” Wow, in his quest to avoid being known as the uberliberal, power-hungry activist he is, Newsom’s even willing to sound like a constitutionalist!

Yet Newsom then revealed his real concern — that signing AB 957 could provoke conservative Republican states to pass laws instructing judges to disfavor pro-transsexuality parents — when he warned, “Other-minded
elected officials, in California and other states, could very well use this strategy to diminish the civil rights of vulnerable communities
.”

So, there you have it. Gavin Newsom is against the natural family, against parental rights, against biological facts, and against the best interests of children. But he’s running for president (he’s waiting for the White House Occupant to step aside), and your flood of phone calls and web form messages reminded Newsom how unpopular AB 957 was.

I congratulate everyone who opposed this evil bill — this is your victory! Now please use the same strategy to deluge Newsom with opposition to the other big, bad, anti-parent bill, AB 665, which would permit the anti-family Establishment Left to manipulate pre-teens and teens to somehow “consent” to leave their parents.

Remember, AB 665 would permit children 12 years and up, who are neither harming themselves nor are victims of abuse, to “consent” to “mental health treatment or counseling services” and go live at a “residential shelter.” Again, current law requires parental consent, but this bill wipes out God-given parental rights.

PLEASE ACT NOW: Urge Newsom to veto AB 665 by calling his office, Monday-Friday, 9-5 at 916-445-2841. When a staffer answers, tell the staffer paid to take your simple message: “I’m calling to urge the Governor to veto the anti-parent bill AB 665.” Please also use Newsom’s web form (on the right-hand side of the page, select “An Active Bill,” then scroll down to select AB 665, then select “Con” to oppose). He has until October 14 to sign or veto bills, but could decide anytime on AB 665. Make Newsom realize how unpopular this radical bill is!

Families were created to make up for what evolution did not provide, namely a way by which men could be induced to support the children they beget and care for the women they impregnate. But since marriage is a social invention, we have learned how it can be undercut by people who think that their lives will be fuller, their opportunities greater, and their burdens fewer if they are allowed to treat sex as recreation, children as toys, and income as an obligation of government rather than a result of work.
“The Family Way” by pro-family social scientist James Q. Wilson (1931-2012) on January 7, 2003

ACTION: Resist the harmful Gardasil bill (AB 659)

Saturday, September 16, 2023, 7:14 am | Randy Thomasson

Now that the coercive, deceptive AB 659, pushing painful, injurious Gardasil shots upon millions of California families, has passed the State Legislature, here’s what you can do:

UPDATE: AB 659 pushing Gardasil now even worse

Democrat Party and RINO (Republican In Name Only) California state legislators have passed AB 659, sending it to Gov. Gavin Newsom, who has until Oct. 14 to sign or veto.

This Big Pharma bill is now even worse with the Democrat author’s Sept. 8 amendments. Voting “yes” to give final passage to AB 659 on Sept. 12 and 13 (on Sept. 14, the Legislature adjourned for the year) were nearly every Democrat state legislator, plus “Republicans” Greg Wallis and Scott Wilk.

The amended AB 659

As amended Sept. 8, the bill INSTRUCTS (via letter or email) ALL California parents of 6th graders (except homeschoolers) that ALL “pupils…are advised…to adhere to current immunization guidelines” of the CDC and other named vaccine-loving organizations “regarding full human papillomavirus (HPV) immunization before admission or advancement to the eighth grade level of any private or public elementary or secondary school.”

AB 659’s trickery

Of course, AB 659’s mandate-like text (“the state’s public policy,” “advised,” “recommended,” “adhere to current HPV immunization guidelines,” “before admission or advancement to the eighth grade level of any private or public elementary or secondary school“) will trick many parents into BELIEVING Gardasil jabs are REQUIRED.

And the amended AB 659 gets much more specific about the parental “notification” letter. Sadly, it’s a lie-filled letter with zero science behind it. Yet, for those who follow the evidence, 17 years of Gardasil injuries and Merck’s own warnings about fainting, seizures, and other side effects will inform you that, overall, Gardasil is harmful.

3 big lies: AB 659’s letter to CA parents of 6th graders

Section 4 of the amended AB 659 describes the “notification” letter to be sent to parents:

(c) The notification sent pursuant to subdivision (b) shall also include a statement, as determined by the department, summarizing the recommended ages for the HPV vaccine and scientific rationale for vaccination at those ages, based on guidance issued by ACIP of the CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. The notification shall further state the following:

“HPV vaccination can prevent over 90 percent of cancers caused by HPV. HPV vaccines are very safe, and scientific research shows that the benefits of HPV vaccination far outweigh the potential risks.”

LIE: “HPV vaccination can prevent over 90 percent of cancers caused by HPV”
FACT: There is NO HONEST evidence Gardasil shots prevent cancer of any kind. Source

LIE: “HPV vaccines are very safe”
FACT: When Gardasil has caused so many injuries and even deaths in teens and young adults since its FDA approval in 2006, it CANNOT be called “very safe.” Source

LIE: “…scientific research shows that the benefits of HPV vaccination far outweigh the potential risks”
FACT: Biochemist Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, at the 4th International Symposium on Vaccines in Leipzig, Germany in 2016, publicly asked: “Is it ethical to put young women at risk of death or a disabling autoimmune disease at a pre-adolescent age for a vaccine that has not yet prevented a single case of cervical cancer, a disease that may develop 20-30 years after exposure to HPV, when the same can be prevented with regular Pap screening which carries no risks? We don’t know if it can offer any long-term clinical benefit for a disease that is safely preventable through other methods.” Source

ANOTHER FACT: Even Merck admits its latest Gardasil concoction isn’t reliable: “Vaccination with GARDASIL 9 may not result in protection in all vaccine recipients.” Source

Will Gov. Gavin Newsom sign or veto AB 659?

If Gavin Newsom signs AB 659, California fathers and mothers need to prioritize training themselves and their children to “just say no” to Gardasil, even when a physician “recommends” it or a school or school district pressures parents in a letter. Please “be a lion” and don’t sheepishly surrender your God-given rights of voluntary medical treatment and informed consent.

What’s more, pro-family lawsuits must be readied to sue any district that claims Gardasil shots are “required.” Because even state judges can read how AB 659 does not legally “mandate” Gardasil. Yet, due to its deception and coercion, AB 659 would deceive many parents into thinking their girls and boys must be injected or they “can’t go to school.”

TAKE ACTION NOW: Urge Newsom to veto AB 659

If Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom gets a flood of calls and emails exposing AB 659, he might — just might — veto it. Call his constituent services number, 916-445-2841 M-F 9-5 (they have staffers paid to take your message), and email anytime. 

Tell Newsom: Veto AB 659, which coercively and deceptively pushes Gardasil shots upon millions of California children and college students. You can’t tell children’s families they should do something “before admission or advancement” in school without millions of California parents believing it’s a mandate. Stop the deception and intimidation, and stop pushing these risky shots upon children and their families. Veto AB 659!

Web form instructions for Newsom’s page:

On page 1, on the right, is the question, “What is your request or comment about?”

  • Under that is “Topic” and “Select an option”
  • Select “An Active Bill”
  • Under that, a new field will appear, asking “What specific bill”?
  • Scroll through the list and select AB 659
  • Under that is another selection, asking “What is the purpose of your message?”
  • Select “Leave a Comment” and click “Next”

On the next page:

  • Select “Con”
  • In field marked “Message subject,” type over “An Active Bill,” replacing it with the new words “AB 659 VETO”
  • In field below that, marked “Message,” paste in our suggested message

On the next page (you’re almost done), you don’t have to provide your phone number

But experts told The Defender there’s no proof that HPV vaccines reduce the risk of cervical cancer. Studying HPV vaccine efficacy for eliminating cervical cancer is challenging due to the extended time — 23.5 years on average — between infection and the development of cancer, lack of adequate informed consent and the complex relationship between HPV infection and cervical cancer.

Vaccinated women, believing they are protected, may also engage in riskier behavior and therefore worsen the risk of cervical cancer. According to James Lyons-Weiler, Ph.D., president and CEO of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, studies claiming the vaccine reduces cervical cancer are misleading for a number of reasons. For example, some research has shown that because the HPV vaccine targets only specific HPV strains, it has led to an increase in more lethal types of HPV, replacing the less lethal types targeted by vaccination.

Lyons also pointed to other research, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, showing that Phase 2 and Phase 3 efficacy trials themselves have been rife with methodological problems that undermine efficacy claims. That research also points out that none of the trials were designed to detect the vaccine’s effectiveness against cervical cancer. And most trials tested HPV outcomes for people much older than children ages 9-13, when vaccination is typically offered.

Research shows that in all countries that performed smear screening, the pre-vaccination period from 1989 to 2007 was marked by a significant decrease in the incidence of cervical cancer. And that since vaccination began, that trend has reversed.

Also, despite Merck’s marketing of the HPV vaccine as “safe and effective,” many recipients have experienced serious side effects. Some of the signature impacts observed following HPV vaccination include permanently disabling autoimmune and neurological conditions such as postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS, fibromyalgia and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome.

There have been thousands of reports of adverse events worldwide, peer-reviewed scientific literature from the U.S., Australia, Denmark, Sweden, France and Japan, and statistics published by public health agencies in each of these countries that demonstrate associations between HPV vaccination and autoimmune conditions.
Can Text Messages Sway More Black Parents to Vaccinate Teens for HPV? Rutgers Gets $600k Grant to Find Out,” Children’s Health Defense, August 29, 2023

UPDATE: Dems attack parents + what to do now

Thursday, September 7, 2023, 5:59 pm | Randy Thomasson

You’ve probably already heard that the ruling Democrats in the California State Senate on Wednesday passed 2 big anti-parent bills: AB 665 coercively emancipating 12-year-olds for any reason, and AB 957 discriminating against religious parents in child custody cases.

But do you know why 30 Democrats voted for AB 957 and 31 Democrats approved AB 665?

1. Because Democrat politicians actually oppose parents’ rights: With their votes and even their words — especially on the Assembly floor this year — Democrat Party legislators increasingly believe parents “get in the way” of the Democrats’ “LGBTQIA+” and abortion (baby-killing) agendas. This subversive philosophy was strengthened last year when SB 866 initially passed the State Senate, making it “easier” for them to trample parental rights.

2. Because Democrat politicians prostitute themselves to “LGBTQIA+”: Both bills, especially AB 957, were sold to the ruling Democrats as benefitting children who “identify” as another “gender.” Experts at playing the “LGBTQIA+ card,” Democrat bosses twisted the arms of 4 Democrats who, June 13 in the Senate Judiciary Committee, had demanded a religious-freedom amendment as a condition to support AB 957 on the floor. Yet no religious accommodation was put in the bill, since those 4 Democrats were reminded how the “LGBTQIA+” agenda supersedes everything. And with AB 665, Democrat state senators were sold how this somehow benefitted “LGBT youth.” You see, in order to capture kids, their perversity agenda must squash God-given parental rights, every time.

3. Because Democrat politicians are professional liars: Over the years, I’ve repeatedly seen Democrat legislators draft deceitful bills, redefine and misdefine words, break their promises, and arrogantly claim what’s true is false and what’s false is true. AB 665 author Wendy Carrillo falsely claimed her bill never threatened parents, and said AB 665 is for “homeless youth,” when that’s not even a condition of her bill. And AB 957 author Lori Wilson claimed religious parents would never have their children taken away, that her judicial mandate is not a mandate, and that she’d “work” with the Judiciary Committee chair to amend AB 957 to accommodate religious parents — but these were all lies.

YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS ACTION STEPS:

You can have practical hope because Gavin Newsom is running for president and has a $31.5 BILLION state budget deficit hanging over him. So please call and email him to remind him how unpopular AB 665 and AB 957 are.

1. Please call Newsom’s constituent services office, Monday-Friday, 9-5 at 916-445-2841. When a staffer answers, tell the staffer paid to take your simple message: “I’m calling to urge Governor Newsom to veto the anti-parent bills AB 665 and AB 957.”

2. Also use Newsom’s web form to oppose both bills.

On this page, here are the steps:

1. Under “What is your request or comment about?”, scroll to and select “Legislation Issues/Concerns”

2. Under “What is the purpose of your message?”, select “Leave a Comment”

3. Click “Next” to go to the next page

4. Under “If applicable, what is your stance on this topic?, click “Con”

5. In the message field, simply write in all caps: VETO ANTI-PARENT BILLS AB 665 AND AB 957

6. Click “Next” to go to the next page

7. Enter your first and last name and email address (but not your phone number)

8. Click “Submit”

The California State Legislature will adjourn its 2023 session on September 14; the governor will have until October 14 to sign or veto bills.

Democratic governors don’t tend to jump at the chance for a sit-down interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News. They also don’t tend to do tours of states they consider hostile to their own, like Florida. But then there’s California’s Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. He prefers the national stage to dealing with the rampant dysfunction happening in his own state. And while Newsom claims he isn’t running for president, the evidence suggests he actually is.
Gavin Newsom’s shadow campaign for president, Washington Examiner, June 14, 2023