Both involve the Wi Spa sex offender
Speaking to journalist Andy Ngo about his charges in the Wi Spa affair, career sex offender Darren Agee Merager name-dropped a certain California state senator. Emphasis mine:
Merager says she is speaking with progressive California lawmakers, like state senator Scott Wiener, in the hope that they change state law to better protect trans people.
“If you go into an area where you’re expected to be nude, there has to be an indecent exposure exemption,” she says. Merager says she may file complaints or lawsuits for the discrimination she says she has been made to suffer by law enforcement and women in the Wi Spa. She says she has been in contact with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office since learning of the warrant and plans to turn herself in.
Passed with almost no debate, that legislation flew under the public radar in 2020 thanks to a bitter presidential race. However, when explained to Californians in plain language, a poll commissioned by the Women’s Liberation Front found that most Californians oppose the measure because they are not ridiculous, or moral cretins.
Wiener has not denied taking Merager’s input. He has not distanced himself from Merager.
While he ostensibly represents District 11, which includes all of the city and county of San Francisco, Broadmoor, Colma, Daly City, and parts of South San Francisco, clearly Wiener is in fact the state senator representing career sex offenders.
Perhaps between now and 2024, when he faces re-election, his constituents will ask him two pointed questions.
First, is your office in fact working with career sex offender Darren Agee Merager to make it easier for people like him to victimize unsuspecting women and girls?
Second, why do you think that Darren Agee Merager should be locked up with more potential victims?