Want Out Of Prison? Just Change Sexes

February 8, 2020 in News by RBN Staff

source: www.shiftfrequency.com
By Joseph P Farrell

We have completely lost our minds as a “culture.” A friend of mine once asked me “how much ‘progress’ is enough?” When does progressivism stop? Well, the answer is, never. Progressivism isn’t really about progress, it’s about unending process.

This isn’t to say it doesn’t have goals, or an “end” in view. The goals and ends are clear: to empower itself, to tear down all tradition, all virtue, all beauty, all transcendent goodness, and any institution embodying or representing those things.

In their place it champions ugliness of all kinds, ugliness in art, in music, literature, architecture, and most importantly, ugliness of the soul. You can see it in the vacant, sagging, baggy, drooping, rheumy hate-filled eyes of a Soros or a David Rockefailure.

The latest manifestation of this kookiness was spotted by V.T., who passed along this article:

Convicted of sex crimes as a man, felon no longer deemed threat because of gender change

The Iowa Attorney General’s Office is no longer seeking the commitment of a former Midwest Christian Services student convicted of myriad sex crimes because the individual now identifies as a woman.

Court records show the state dismissed the application on Jan. 9. Attorney general spokesman Lynn Hicks wouldn’t comment on the reason for the dismissal other than to say “an offender’s hormone levels are an important part of substantiating an offender’s likelihood of recidivism.”

In November, the Storm Lake Times reported that Joseph Matthew Smith, a 23-year-old convicted of molesting a fellow MCS student in 2014, was “undergoing medical treatment that is needed prior to (Smith) potentially undergoing gender reassignment surgery.”

Yes, you read that correctly: Iowa state officials might release a convicted rapist simply because of a sex change operation and hormones. They seem to have forgotten all those cases of teenaged boys being sexually seduced by their female teachers.