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Stewart Meadows
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Jewish NBC defends the soft-core child-porn movie Cuties:

Nolte: NBC Article Defends ‘Cuties’ — Only Conspiracy Theorists Oppose Soft-Core Child Porn

JOHN NOLTE 17 Sep 2020

An NBC News article defends Netflix’s Cuties premised on the idea that only a right-wing conspiracy theorist could oppose soft-core child pornography.

So Netflix releases a movie with countless scenes off 11-year-olds dressed like hookers twerking, which includes countless shots of the camera lingering on 11-year-old butts shaking in short-shorts, 11-year-old legs spread wide-open wearing only bikini shorts, 11-years old girls dry-humping the ground; and NBC believes criticism of such a thing can only come from “the pedophile-obsessed American right, driven by QAnon.”

I guess we shouldn't be surprised since NBC has a history of promoting degeneracy...

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