Commo “Cuties” By Mrs Vera West
I have been following the controversy over the TV show, “Cuties,” featuring the sexual exploitation of 11-year old girls. The show has been attacked strongly by conservatives’ sites like Breitbart, and in counter-attack the Left, who have defended it, because that is just what they do for a day job, have bitten, not Biden, back:
“The left-wing Slate magazine insisted that “right wing moral panic” and Breitbart News helped fuel the widespread and bipartisan backlash against Netflix with its release of the film Cuties, the butt-shaking and crotch-grabbing drama Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard called “child porn” that will “whet the appetite of pedophiles & help fuel the child sex trafficking trade.” In a Slate article entitled “The Creepy Conservative Obsession With Netflix’s Cuties, Explained,” Sam Adams claims that Cuties “finds itself at the toxic intersection of QAnon delusion and right-wing moral panic, with a smattering of leftist outrage on the side.”
“The Netflix movie ‘Cuties’, which has received a massive backlash for sexualizing children, also features subtly placed Communist hammer & sickle messaging in some of its scenes. “Oh look, there’s the communist symbol paint over the graffiti in the background and prominently displayed during this gross scene. Could it be some sort of message?” asked Twitter user GhostJim.”
Surely a coincidence, eh? Anyway, politicians are moving on dealing with this filth by the legal option, force being the only thing that some people listen to:
“Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) is among the Republican lawmakers calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to open a criminal investigation into Netflix for what Cotton called “peddling child pornography” after the streaming giant released the preteen twerking film Cuties. “Like any parent, I find [Netflix’s] decision to peddle child pornography disgusting. And it’s criminal,” tweeted Senator Cotton on Saturday. “The Justice Department] should take swift action.” Netflix is facing heavy backlash for releasing the film many critics say engages in the sexual exploitation of children. Netflix, however, has defended its release of Cuties — despite intense scrutiny it has faced over the movie’s sexually charged depiction of underage girls — calling the film a “social commentary.” Cuties centers around 11-year-old Amy, who “joins a group of dancers named ‘the cuties’ at school, and rapidly grows aware of her burgeoning femininity — upsetting her mother and her values in the process,” according to the film’s IMDb page. Now, Senator Cotton and Jim Banks (R-IN) are calling on the DOJ to bring legal action against Netflix for the release of Cuties, according to a report by the Daily Caller. “There’s no excuse for the sexualization of children, and Netflix’s decision to promote the film ‘Cuties’ is disgusting at best and a serious crime at worst,” Senator Cotton told the Daily Caller. “I urge the Department of Justice to take action against Netflix for their role in pushing explicit depictions of children into American homes.” Rep. Banks also shared his sentiments, adding that the DOJ should prepare charges against Netflix for disseminating “child pornography.”
People need to be slammed into jail for this stuff.