CA State Senator Scott Wiener invited a member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to be honored in Sacramento for Pride Month, and may be aiming for Pelosi’s seat.
My colleague Mike LaChance recently covered California Assembly Bill 957, which was amended to include affirmations of a child’s asserted sexual identity when assessing a child’s welfare in family law cases.
State senator Scott Wiener (D.) coauthored A.B. 957 with Assemblywoman Lori Wilson (also D.). I would like to focus some attention on Wiener, who is currently California’s problem.
However, he may become yours as well.
San Francisco’s Wiener invited “Sister” Roma of the notorious group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to the capitol as his guest.
San Francisco’s very own Sister Roma – viewed by some as a deeply offensive figure and by others as a beacon of the LGBTQ movement was honored in a ceremony on the floor of the state senate and the assembly in Sacramento Monday afternoon.
Sister Roma was one of 15 people recognized in both the state senate and the state assembly as part of Pride month celebrations.
Democrats honor Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at California State Capital. They're the vile drag queens that mocked Jesus and Christians. 😡👹 STOP VOTING DEMOCRAT! pic.twitter.com/CTS3EbAEBX
— Lexit (@LexitMovement1) June 6, 2023
Wiener defended this travesty in a recent interview.
Now Wiener appears to be aiming for Pelosi’s congressional seat.
State Sen. Scott Wiener is delicately trying to send an early message in his campaign-in-waiting to replace Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi: Women are lining up behind him.
It’s a critical signal for Wiener to send as San Francisco and the rest of the nation wait to see whether Pelosi, 83, will run for re-election (even after filing the paperwork to do so in November). Not only will many voters be concerned about losing the nation’s first female speaker, some in one of the nation’s bluest districts will be concerned about replacing a ceiling-breaking woman with a white guy, albeit one who would be the first openly gay House member from San Francisco.
Hopefully, parents will be as persistent in fighting against general insanity as Wiener promotes it.
Meanwhile, Pelosi clearly is trying to protect her left flank.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) took to the field Tuesday evening to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Washington Nationals’ “Night OUT” themed game, Major League Baseball’s longest-running LGBTQ celebration.
The former House speaker was picked for “her long-standing commitment to fighting for the rights and dignities of the LGBTQ+ community,” the team said in the announcement Monday.
The 83-year-old lawmaker took a few steps in from the mound on Tuesday evening to lob the ball to the catcher — the bald-eagle mascot dressed in a rainbow shirt for the event.
“I’ll always be a @SFGiants fan, but tonight my pitch was to celebrate the vibrancy of our LGBTQ+ communities with @TeamDCSports and @Nationals. Happy Pride!” Pelosi tweeted after the toss.
Never doubt California’s ability to dredge up politicians even worse than their predecessors. But in all fairness, Wiener looks to be a good representative for the third-world hell hole now San Francisco. However, I would prefer he remains a more local problem than expand to being a national one.DONATE
Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.