Texas lawmaker demands investigation of ‘child porn’ Netflix film ‘Cuties’

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Texas lawmaker demands investigation of ‘child porn’ Netflix film ‘Cuties’

TEXAS, September 11, 2020 ( LifeSiteNews) – Texas legislator Matt Schaefer has called for an investigation into a new Netflix film accused by conservative commentators of promoting “child porn.” Shaefer announced on social media that he is asking the state’s Attorney General’s Office to “investigate the Netflix film ‘Cuties’ for possible violations of child exploitation and child pornography laws.”

Liberals pretend to oppose sexualizing children while also supporting it in ‘Cuties’

Shortly before the coronavirus epidemic, I went to see a major exhibition of the work of William Blake in London’s Tate gallery: artistic visionary, political radical, and follower of the peculiar religious opinions of Swedenbourg. One of the exhibits was a book about the horrific treatment of African slaves in the plantations in Blake’s time, which he had illustrated.

Lawmakers Demand Federal Investigation Into Netflix Film ‘Cuties’ For Child Pornography

Both Democrat and Republican members of Congress are demanding the DOJ investigate Netflix for distributing child porn via the new Netflix film, “Cuties,” which many people believe sexualizes young girls and encourages pedophilia. The French film “Cuties” is about Amy, an 11-year-old Parisian, who struggles to balance the strict rules of her Senegalese Muslim family and the hyper sexualization of young girls on social media.

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For those claiming that the filmmakers did “nothing illegal,” the law & case law is crystal clear here. The filmmakers & Netflix have violated Title 18, section 2256. The Fifth Circuit created the “Dost test,” a 6-factor test to determine if images are child porn. Here they are: