Pizzagate wasn’t only meant to raise suspicions of a pizza shop owner in DC and a whole DC strip. It was meant to convey the meaning of “cheese pizza” as pedophiles use it – code for child pornography. Now California Democrats have done the unthinkable – they just essentially legalized child prostitution by passing SB 1322.

SB 1322 states that children caught committing prostitution can no longer be arrested and charged with the pay for sex crime law. The law bars law enforcement from arresting underage sex workers only allowing them to temporarily detain kids caught in very limited circumstances.

Yes, you read that right, you don’t need glasses this isn’t a dream you can stop smacking yourself in the face to try and wake up. This is our sick reality.

Although the implementation of the law is supposedly to help those children exploited for sex by pedophiles, the counter effect here is that teenage girls and boys in California more specifically Hollywood – which is a den of vultures for pedophiles – will soon be free to have sex in exchange for money without fear of arrest or prosecution. It’s one thing to charge these exploited children – it’s a whole other scenario to say that these children being exploited can no longer be detained by police to get them out of harm’s way from the pimp lobby.

The bill is supposedly designed with the intention that “this is our opportunity to do what we say is right in cases of sex trafficking: stop the exploiters and help the exploited.”

The bill also “requires that law enforcement continue to immediately report allegations of commercial sexual exploitation involving juveniles to agencies charged with protecting and counseling them.” It also requires that the “Courts would still be responsible for overseeing the care that trafficked youths receive while they remain underage, in the absence of responsible parents or guardians.”

“It just opens up the door for traffickers to use these kids to commit crimes and exploit them even worse.”

~Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, a national leader on human trafficking issues.

On January 1st when the bill is set to take effect that means that Hollywood, the haven for pedophiles, the “vultures den” as Corey Feldman has called it will now have kids freely prostituting themselves without any consequence for the kids on the street.

Still remaining though will be consequences for the adults involved if caught. That’s the big if – otherwise pimps will turn to using more underage 17 and younger females and males to make their profits as it’s less risk for the pimps from jail time that takes away their profits when their prostitutes are caught. That means that California successfully just opened a whole new Pandora’s box.

You can read the full press release below. The bill has officially been signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown.

SACRAMENTO, CA — The Governor has signed into law legislation that deems persons under the age of 18 who might previously have been charged with criminal prostitution as victims of sex trafficking, eligible for treatment rather than prosecution.

“The law is supposed to protect vulnerable children from adult abuse, yet we brand kids enmeshed in sex-for-pay with a scarlet ‘P’ and leave them subject to shame and prosecution,” said State Senator Holly J. Mitchell (D-Los Angeles), who introduced SB 1322. “This is our opportunity to do what we say is right in cases of sex trafficking: stop the exploiters and help the exploited.”

 

When it comes to the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), the victims are criminalized under California law, often sent to juvenile hall and tagged with a rap sheet for prostitution.

 

SB 1322 decriminalizes prostitution charges for minors. It requires that law enforcement continue to immediately report allegations of commercial sexual exploitation involving juveniles to agencies charged with protecting and counseling them. Courts would still be responsible for overseeing the care that trafficked youths receive while they remain underage, in the absence of responsible parents or guardians.

 

Holly J. Mitchell has thus far authored four bills that address the growing problem of illegal trafficking of juveniles in California (SB 955, SB 1165, SB 1388 and SB 1322), all of which have been signed into law.