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Harvey Weinstein Probe Halted by Andrew Cuomo After $25k Donation From Weinstein’s Lawyers

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At the end of June, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, (D-NY) suspiciously halted an investigation into New York Attorney General Cy Vance Jr’s potential mishandling of 2015 sexual misconduct claims against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein only days after Weinstein’s lawyers donated $25,000 to Cuomo.

“On June 26, Cuomo’s office sent Attorney General Barbara Underwood a letter calling for a six-month pause in the investigation so that it would not hamper Vance’s prosecution of Weinstein on sexual assault charges stemming from allegations that came to light in 2017 in the New York Times and the New Yorker,” according to BuzzFeed.

According to Capital & Main, law firm Boies, Schiller & Flexner sent a $25,000 donation to Cuomo dated June 20. The same law firm represents Weinstein.

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The complainants allege that Weinstein’s abuse occurred in 2015, and that the Attorney General’s office mishandled their complaints, allowing Weinstein to skate.

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The pretext for halting the investigation is so that it does not interfere with Weinstein’s upcoming trial for rape stemming from allegations made during the #MeToo movement according to Amy Spitalnick, a spokesperson for the attorney general’s office.

The #MeToo allegations were made well after the original complaints against Weinstein from 2015.

“Upon receiving a referral from the Governor, this spring the Attorney General’s Office commenced an inquiry into the handling of recent sexual assault investigations conducted by the Manhattan DA and the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit,” Spitalnick told BuzzFeed. “This summer, pursuant to the Governor’s office, we temporarily suspended our inquiry to avoid any interference with the District Attorney’s ongoing prosecution of Harvey Weinstein. We remain committed to conducting a comprehensive, fair, and independent review.”

But Attorney General Vance is close with Weinstein’s lawyers too.

“Attorney David Boies, the partner in the firm who oversaw Weinstein’s defense, has been near the center of the investigation into Vance’s handling of the Weinstein case from the start,” said BuzzFeed. “Months after Vance dropped the 2015 case against his then-client, Boies donated $10,000 to the Manhattan DA’s campaign fund, a contribution that fueled the calls for an investigation into Vance.”

The district attorney’s office has assured the public that the investigation into Vance’s handling of the 2015 complaints will be re-opened at the proper time.

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App Data Shows That Sexting by Children Has Increased by 183 Percent During COVID-19 Lockdown

Another negative ramification of the lockdown.

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While the world was surrendering their civil liberties and mindlessly obeying authority throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, children were reportedly sending sexually obscene text messages to each other at overwhelming rates.

Parents in Britain made the discovery after downloading a phone safety app provided for free in many instances by the government. Sexting from children has risen a stunning 183 percent as the lockdown has persisted, showing the crippling effects the mass hysteria has had on the morals of the youth.

SafeToNet, the app given away to one million British parents for free, has found that sexting during regular school hours has increased 55 percent as well. They have found that it is young girls, who are now being taught about empowerment rather than traditional morality, that are sending the majority of dirty messages.

They found that lewd texts are being sent by girls as young as six years old and by boys as young as nine years of age. The average age for children to sext was 11 for girls and 13 for boys, respectively.

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SafeToNet founder Richard Pursey believes the technology used by his app is what is necessary to protect children from their own immature decisions that can result in humiliation, bullying, and even suicide in some tragic circumstances.

“Some say sexting is natural and is another unintended consequence of the digital age but the problem is the distribution of messages and images once they have left the child’s phone. It’s the tube of toothpaste analogy. Once it’s out you can’t put it back. The harm that is done to those poor children who naively send sensitive content is catastrophic at its most extreme level. Children suffer low self-esteem, they are ashamed and in the worst of cases, they commit suicide,” Pursey wrote about his app.

“The tech is complex and needs continual development as online harms change shape and style with alarming regularity,” he concluded.

Big League Politics has reported on how the fake news media and Big Tech have combined to actually encourage children to sext during the lockdown:

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) is putting the spotlight on Snapchat and Teen Vogue for allegedly encouraging children to make pornography during the coronavirus pandemic.

The center implored Snapchat and Teen Vogue to refrain from encouraging teens “to create child sexual abuse material (child pornography) by sexting during quarantine.” They are telling Snapchat to stop featuring content from Teen Vogue, a publication that has promoted anal sex and totalitarian communism to children in the past.

“Snapchat and Teen Vogue are playing right into sexual predators’ hands,” said NCSE executive director Dawn Hawkins.

“With the likely surge of young viewers on Snapchat due to quarantine, it is socially irresponsible for Snapchat Discover to encourage minors to self-produce underage pornography (i.e. child sexual abuse materials), thereby increasing their vulnerability to sexual predators,” she added.

The NCSE believes that instructing children to create and distribute sexually-obscene materials is wrong in every instance.

“Online predators use social media platforms to pose as peers and groom children to send them sexually explicit material (i.e. ‘sext’ with them) that they can then distribute and/or use to blackmail the child into other forms of sexual exploitation,” the NCSE said.

“What Teen Vogue is doing by promoting sexing to teens is insidious and harmful,” Hawkins said to the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Some of the objectionable content that Teen Vogue has published for kids includes, “How To Sext: The Best Tips & Tricks,” “Here Are 7 Things You Might Not Have Known About Sexting,” and “Sexting Should Make You Feel Good.” They have consistently promoted sexting to children throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Parents must be very proactive about protecting the sanctity of their children in this day and age when creeps, perverts and Marxists dominate institutional power in a globalized society that has abandoned God.

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