Netflix Doubles Down on “Cuties,” Amazon Bans Movie Raising Awareness about Child Sex Trafficking

Talk about obvious! Even as Netflix is doubling down on the “Cuties” film — a movie created solely to give pedophiles their jollies by watch the exploitation of little girls — Amazon has banned an important film that helps to raise awareness about child trafficking.

Parents were correctly outraged when the movie poster for “Cuties” was first released, and Netflix apologized for that poster. But the movie was far worse than anything on the poster. The film was so exploitative that Members of Congress are calling on Attorney General Bill Barr to investigate Netflix for distributing child pornography. Netflix insists that this pile of garbage is “art.”

And on the flip side of that, Amazon’s streaming service is now working to lower the public’s awareness of child exploitation and trafficking. Immediately after Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested, Amazon banned the film called “A Child’s Voice” from the streaming service, claiming that it was not popular enough with viewers.

This, of course, was a ridiculous lie because there was a huge spike in interest in the film about e inner workings of the child sex trafficking trade…right after Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested. Meanwhile, the mainstream media is defending Netflix and claiming that if you believe any of those wacky QAnon conspiracy theories about the elites (like Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein and their friends) belonging to child trafficking rings, it is “dangerous.”

Huh. Dangerous to whom?

Anyway, check out this incredible reporting from Ben Swann, as he looks at the connections between Netflix promoting a child porn film and the book-burners at Amazon banning a film that raises awareness of child exploitation.


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