In a society that upholds justice and integrity, the rule of law should protect and serve its citizens. However, a disconcerting pattern emerges when criminals are given the power to shape legislation, effectively making unlawful acts legal. This phenomenon, which undermines the foundations of a just society, demands our attention and scrutiny. As French economist Frederic Bastiat astutely observed, “When plunder becomes a way of life, men create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” In this post, we delve into several alarming instances where such trends have emerged, particularly in California and Nevada, shedding light on the erosion of moral values and the dangerous consequences it poses.

California Dems: Diminishing the Gravity of Child Trafficking:

In an astonishing move, California Democrats blocked a bill that would make “child trafficking a serious felony,” further stating: “A Democrat-run committee of the California State Assembly blocked a bill Tuesday that would have made trafficking a minor a ‘serious felony.’ The Republican bill had already passed the State Senate unanimously.” This distressing act sends a chilling message that the exploitation of vulnerable children is no longer deemed a severe crime. By diluting the penalties for such heinous acts, California risks fostering an environment where criminals perceive child trafficking as an acceptable and less risky endeavor.

California’s Disturbing Shift on Child Sexual Assault:

In California, a state known for its frequent introduction of bills and implementation of laws, there have been instances where certain sexual crimes have been subject to reduced charges or penalties. Similarly, the topic of transgender surgeries on children has garnered attention with varying degrees of concern. Additionally, there has been a perception among some that the rights and liberties of citizens are gradually diminishing. These complex issues contribute to an intricate landscape that requires careful examination to fully comprehend the situation at hand.

Nevada’s Alarming Legislative Changes:

The state of Nevada has witnessed its own share of concerning legislative changes that warrant scrutiny. One such development is the introduction of laws allowing abortion services to be conducted through what appear to be fly-thru facilities, a practice that trivializes the gravity of such a profound decision. This convenience-driven approach neglects the laws of the states from which these women come to Nevada to have the procedure done.

Furthermore, Nevada recently enacted legislation that makes it illegal to investigate public officials. This startling measure undermines transparency and accountability, shielding those in power from scrutiny and potentially allowing corruption to thrive unchecked. By stifling the right to uncover wrongdoing and expose malfeasance, this law creates an environment that empowers corrupt officials and perpetuates a culture of impunity.

Another concerning development in Nevada is the classification of annoying an election worker as a class 4 felony. While preserving the integrity of elections is of paramount importance, such a broad and vaguely defined offense raises questions about the potential abuse of power. This law not only threatens freedom of speech but also restricts citizens’ ability to voice legitimate concerns or engage in healthy discourse surrounding the electoral process.

The Deceptive Narrative:

These changes in legislation are often accompanied by plausible narratives that offer justifications for their implementation. However, beneath the surface, a more profound battle between good and evil unfolds. It is vital to recognize that these alterations to the legal framework undermine the very fabric of a just society, eroding moral values and empowering wrongdoers.


The dangerous trend of criminals shaping the law presents a grave threat to the foundations of a just society. As Frederic Bastiat rightly warned, when plunder becomes ingrained, criminals create a legal system that legitimizes their actions, ultimately glorifying immoral behavior. The disturbing instances highlighted in California and Nevada underscore the urgent need for public awareness and activism to safeguard the principles of justice, morality, and accountability. By addressing these issues head-on, we can strive towards a society where the rule of law remains untainted, protecting the vulnerable and upholding the values that define us as a compassionate and just civilization.

“When plunder becomes a way of life, men create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” 

Do you see a pattern yet?


P.S. Do you want to see a real crime cover-up? Look at the Nevada Revised Statutes section 293, 293B or AB321. They have legalized rigging elections. Who do you think profits from it? What do you think the effect of this crime is?

These thoughts, statements, and opinions are my own, not of any club, committee, organization, etc.

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