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Why the harmful, tyrannical, deceptive Gardasil jab bill is advancing

Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 9:35 am | Randy Thomasson

Thank you to you and all who followed SaveCalifornia.com by participating with our straightforward, principled message of “kill the bill.” You are a steadfast pro-family advocate who stayed true, when others faltered.

The hard lesson of AB 659, the tyrannical Gardasil bill, passing its first committee after being successfully stalled for two whole months, is never amend a bad bill. 

“Never amend a bad bill” has been a proven rule for family-values activists for decades. Yet the awful AB 659 passed its first important hurdle April 18 because too many ignored this important ethic. Because when a bad bill is in trouble, amending it make it easier for the bad bill to pass.

The big mistake that helped AB 659 pass committee was the “Freedom Angels” (Tara Thornton and Denise Aguilar) actually made a deal to remove their opposition when the Democrat bill author replaced mandatory-shot language with deceptive, threatening, coercive language, reading, “it is the public policy of the state” that students “are expected” to receive Gardasil shots before advancing to 8th grade or enrolling in college.

Sadly, the bill author had a whole week to tell the wavering Democrats on the committee the “mandate” and the opposition had been “removed.”

As Aguilar said on her April 18 Instagram, “Freedom Angels was called into the author’s office last week, stating that if the mandate was removed, would Freedom Angels remove our opposition. We agreed to this because we needed to remove the mandate. So that’s why I was not at the podium opposing it. We came to an agreement, if the mandate was removed, then Tara and I would not oppose the bill. So it was like a muzzle on us.”

So what now? The tyrannical, harmful, deceptive AB 659, which is still a functional “mandate,” coercing painful Gardasil jabs upon children in public and private school (including all boys and including church schools) and upon UC, CSU, and community college students up to age 26 now goes to the Assembly Appropriations Committee on its way to the Assembly floor.

Please see (and share) SaveCalifornia.com’s special report (in slides) below:

Real-life stories: Lives destroyed by Gardasil

Do not be envious of evil men,
Nor desire to be with them;
For their heart devises violence,
And their lips talk of troublemaking.
Proverbs 24:1-2

If you faint in the day of adversity,
Your strength is small.
Proverbs 24:10

Democrat legislators attack parents — again

Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 11:28 am | Randy Thomasson

Watch the debate where 4 Republicans spoke against and 8 Democrats spoke in support of AB 665 (starts 1:25:26, ends 1:51:28)

When the 80-member California State Assembly returned from its 10-day, taxpayer-funded “Spring Recess,” the bill the Democrats made sure to pass was eliminating parental consent for “mental health counseling” for their own child.

I want to publicly commend the four Republicans who stood up to expose the wrong of this bill. They were James Gallagher, Joe Patterson, Devon Mathis, and Tom Lackey. Yet AB 665 still passed after twice as many Democrats stood up to essentially say children know better than parents.

See the updated analysis of AB 665 at our Legislation Center

Yet this blatantly anti-family bill could have lost more votes if all, or nearly all, of the Republicans had stood to say something. I wish more Republicans had stood up to say:

  • “Why not allow children ages 11, 10, 9, 8, or 7 to consent?”
  • “Under your bill, is there any way a parent can prevent their 12-year-old child from being removed and placed into a ‘residential shelter’?”
  • “If a child independently consents to be placed in a ‘residential shelter,’ will the child’s parent be notified?”
  • “What legal safeguards are there to prevent non-family adults manipulating or coercing children to ‘consent’?”
  • “If parents are legally responsible for their own children, it’s wrong to separate their rights from their responsibility — this bill erases parents.”

It wasn’t just a failure that more Democrats spoke than Republicans, but that half of the 18-member Assembly Republican Caucus actually abstained on voting: Phillip Chen, Laurie Davies, Bill Essayli, Heath Flora, Josh Hoover, Jim Patterson, Kate Sanchez, Marie Waldron, and Greg Wallis. This is a significant lack of conviction!


1. Thank the 4 Republicans who spoke for parents and against AB 655. Ask them to keep exposing the Democrats on the floor: James Gallagher (916-319-2003), Joe Patterson (916-319-2005), Devon Mathis (916-319-2033), and Tom Lackey (916-319-2034).

2. Call the 14 Republicans who were silent on AB 665. Tell them they need to speak up to expose anti-family bills (their voices are worth more than their votes): Juan Alanis (916-319-2022), Phillip Chen (916-319-2059), Megan Dahle (916-319-2001), Laurie Davies (916-319-2074), Diane Dixon (916-319-2072), Bill Essayli (916-319-2063), Vince Fong (916-319-2032), Heath Flora (916-319-2009), Josh Hoover (916-319-2007), Jim Patterson (916-319-2008), Kate Sanchez (916-319-2071), Tri Ta (916-319-2070), Marie Waldron (916-319-2075), and Greg Wallis (916-319-2047).

The way of the wicked is like darkness;
They do not know what makes them stumble.
Proverbs 4:19

He devises wickedness on his bed;
He sets himself in a way that is not good;
He does not abhor evil.
Psalm 36:4

There is a way that seems right to a man,
But its end is the way of death.
Proverbs 16:25

Good and bad Republicans

Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 3:27 pm | Randy Thomasson

I have long advocated against voting for “any Republican.” Because when you compare a liberal Democrat to a liberal Republican, ONLY the “Republican” can destroy the Republican Party from within.

And that’s what’s happening in California, as wrongly-motivated Republican officeholders and leaders partner with evil. Because when one’s motives are money, position, power, and false significance, it’s all too easy be self-centered and “sell out” to the highest bidder.

What is a good Republican?

SaveCalifornia.com reported to you last month about the Republican-majority city council of Huntington Beach no longer flying the “LGBTQIA+ pride” flag. Because their new ordinance only permits government and military flags on city property. This is highly commendable and a role-model for Republican city councils throughout California.

And nationally, it’s encouraging that, so far, 8 states have prohibited or restricted transsexual surgeries or procedures for minors. Florida just joined Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Mississippi, where state legislatures have a Republican majority. Republicans who voted yes are real Republicans!

What is a bad Republican?

Even when Republicans are the minority, they should speak up to sway key Democrat legislators and to educate the public. Yet, sadly, that’s not the M.O. of “Republicans” in Sacramento:

1. Silent Republican assemblymembers: Last year, several high-profile anti-family bills narrowly passed the Assembly floor when zero Republicans spoke to expose them. This was despite their offices receiving expert talking points about these truly awful bills.

2. Freshman Republicans selling out in Sacramento: And here in 2023, of the 8 freshmen Republican assemblymembers, several have already voted against family values. Voting yes on child mutilation and eliminating a parent’s right to know (AB 223) were Republicans Diane Dixon and Bill Essayli, while Republican Kate Sanchez voted no. Voting yes to accuse sincerely-religious law enforcement candidates of “biased conduct” (AB 443), when their social media follows a “hate group” (which Leftists call pro-family organizations in favor of Creator God’s design for marriage, sex, and family) were Republicans Juan Alanis and Tom Lackey. Coauthoring ACA 5 to put “marriage equality” on the ballot was Republican Greg Wallis. So far, half of the new Republicans – the RINOs — are selling out!

3. Anti-family, then “pro-family,” then anti-family: On Sunday, March 12, at the California Republican Party convention, 70% of the delegates voted to fully embrace (permanently charter) the “LGBTQIA+”- agenda “Log Cabin Republicans” (founded in 1977 to advocate for homosexual teachers). Eyewitnesses saw Assemblyman Bill Essayli of Riverside County stand and speak in support of honoring and embracing this anti-family group.

The following day, Monday, March 13, Essayli held a district news conference to publicize his amended bill, AB 1314, to require public schools to inform parents in writing if a child “identifies” as “transgender.” Yet the very next day, Tuesday, March 14, Essayli voted yes in committee for the Democrats’ AB 223 to push aside parents by requiring secrecy for minors seeking a legal change of “gender identity.” So he’s against secret “transitions” at school, but OK with them in court?

By advocating for the “LGBTQIA+” agenda at the GOP convention and in committee, Essayli has shown his true colors. His legislation to notify parents of their child’s “transgender” identity won’t survive a Democrat-run committee, but his vote for secret “transitions” in court will likely pass the Democrat-controlled Legislature. “Republican games” like this are sickening, aren’t they?

“No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.”
Jesus Christ, Savior of the world and God in the flesh, in Matthew 6:24

MAM’MON, noun Riches; wealth; or the god of riches.
Noah Webster, American Dictionary of the English Language, 1828