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Netflix Demands Feds Save Kiddie P*rn Series
Monopolies and groomer-enabling; name a more iconic duo. Weeks ago, Netflix asked the Federal government to intervene against a lawsuit by Tyler County, threatening to end their pedophilic series, Cuties. A decision date has not been set yet.
Lawyers for Netflix are seeking injunctive relief from the Tyler County district attorney’s lawsuit against the 2020 film Cuties.
On Sunday it was reported that a Tyler County grand jury has indicted Netflix Inc. over the film, charging the California-based streaming service with “promotion of lewd visual material depicting child.”
According to the Tyler County document, the indictment was filed with the district clerk’s office on Sept. 23.
The text of the indictment states that Netflix knowingly promotes “visual material which depicts the lewd exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of a clothed or partially clothed child who was younger than 18 years of age at the time the visual material was created, which appeals to the prurient interest in sex and has no serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value … "
After bashing Tyler county Attorney Lucas Babin (the man holding Netflix accountable), Netflix justified their attempt to stifle the people’s will and promote child grooming, claiming it “violates no laws” and kid twerking scenes are protected by the First Amendment somehow. The statement is followed by a series of character attacks on Babin.
The fact a major “professional” company not only defends content sexualizing children, but hurls character attacks at a non-pervert lawyer, and demands the Federal Government intervene when a jury sees through Netflix’s lies, is disgusting.
What makes a notoriously Leftist monopoly so bold in crying to the DOJ for help? Maybe because these same mega-corporations can expect special treatment from the magic suits in DC and Austin. They give companies that subvert Texas tax breaks, subsidies, and carte blanche for mass-censorship of political opposition.
The classic “muh private company” defense of corporate malfeasance is thankfully no longer taken seriously by actual conservatives. In order to succeed, conservative politicians need to be less pro-corporate in legislating. Instead, implement and enforce strict penalties for companies violating decency laws, and screwing Texan constituents. Think less about donors, and more about voters; after all, that’s why people elected you.
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