Florida moves forward with death penalty for pedophiles bill | Eastern North Carolina Now

A bill is moving through the Florida legislature and expected to pass which would allow the death penalty to be imposed on pedophiles who molest children under 12 years of age.  While it will almost certainly be challenged in court by liberals, this is a strong move to protect young children from these monsters.


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Big Bob said:
( April 29th, 2023 @ 9:35 am )
And neither can you.
Big Bob said:
( April 29th, 2023 @ 9:41 am )
Although its hard to argue against the death penalty for those who molest kids under 12, Big Bob is not a fan of the death penalty because of how its unjustly applied. On the flip side, a lot of clergy are going to be staring at a needle.
Bill said:
( April 28th, 2023 @ 9:00 pm )
Yes, yes, yes, we need this, it is about time.
( April 14th, 2023 @ 7:35 am )
Just because you constantly put your ideological narrative ahead of facts, does not mean others do, Bob. As to lynch mobs, there is little doubt you would have put on a dress and joined that lynch mob against Riley Gaines. You cannot even bring yourself to admit those thugs were wrong in what they did.
Big Bob said:
( April 13th, 2023 @ 9:53 pm )
I think many on here paint with a broad brush and cherry pick facts to fit a narrative. I will not join your lynch mob.
( April 13th, 2023 @ 4:40 pm )
So you disagree that Riley Gaines was bullied when she was physically assaulted by Trans activists and bottled up in a room for 3 hours with demands that she pay them money to be able to leave unharmed? That is bullying alright, and even more than bullying, that is domestic terrorism.
Big Bob said:
( April 13th, 2023 @ 12:26 pm )
Then we will have to agree to disagree.
( April 13th, 2023 @ 11:33 am )
John has got you there on that one Big Bob.

Leftists always accuse others of bullying, which makes them the bullies, simply because of the projection value of their collective low intellect.

It is quantifiable by real data, it is undeniable, and it is singularly why the Democratic Socialist party no longer has any purpose to exist.
( April 13th, 2023 @ 10:51 am )
You have it ass backward, Bobbie. For several years now, it has been the Gaystapo doing the bullying. And the trangender bunch seem to be the worst of them. Ask Riley Gaines, but then I suppose you support what was done to her.
Big Bob said:
( April 13th, 2023 @ 10:32 am )
Big Bob supports LBTGQ rights. That's what I support. People who do, often experience bullying from self loathing extremists. I get it. Big Bob does not support harming anyone. However, there are no Jewish space lasers. There is no pizza pedophile ring in the basement of Pizza Hut. Kari Lake is not the Governor of AZ. There are no children being mutilated. It's that simple.
Too many people looked the other way when the Lynch mob came for African Americans. I will not look away while you try and destroy human beings for the crime of existing. No good person should.
( April 13th, 2023 @ 10:08 am )
The only fool I see posting on these boards regularly is YOU, Little Bobbie. And I would add EVIL fool over your support of genital mutilation of children.
Big Bob said:
( April 13th, 2023 @ 9:10 am )
Your making a fool of yourself CV.
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