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01-29-2023    09:09 AM    OPINION    

It's Already Illegal

Pornography depicting sex between adults and children, whether that pornography is fictional or a true story, is illegal... Yet Wyoming groomers are now claiming that Weston County Attorney Michael Stulken ruled that reading material portraying sex between adults and children is within the standards of what most Americans in Wyoming want their kids to read, and that he stated that it was non-prosecutable by Wyoming Law.

At the most recent library board meeting a resident was making the claim that Stulken's opinion is law.  That resident is in fact misrepresenting the facts in an attempt to bolster the position of Wyoming Groomers.

Participating groomer Librarians should be prosecuted and they know it, which is proven by the fact that they are working to pass a bill which will remove parental rights to challenge any reading material, including graphic child pornography, and will contain a protection clause for themselves that:  "No teacher or school librarian shall be liable for harm caused by an act or omission of the teacher or school librarian if the actions of the teacher or school librarian were carried out in conformity with the right to read."  You can read United States H.R. 9056 for yourself.

No Hidden Agenda

Charlie Anderson, now the municipal court judge in Gillette, Wyoming, who is a groomer supporter, asked if anyone believes the Wyoming Library Association has a hidden agenda to sexualize children.  The agenda is not hidden at all.  In addition to their open agenda to sexualize children, the WLA is telling all members to become activists against SF177 which promotes the repeal of an alleged exception for obscenity in "educational material."

The Wyoming Statutes do not make an exception for obscenity to children, do they? only for "educational pornography."  Educational pornography might include showing kids the various mental disorder diagnoses for people who call it sex when they torture one another, or when they defecate on one another.  Educational pornography does not include persuading kids ages birth plus to try these abnormal things, presenting them as "normal, fun, and everyone does it."

It's Sexy to Groomers

At the most recent library board meeting a groomer supporter tittered and observed she had never heard kid books made to sound so sexy.  If an adult brain thinks it's sexy to teach children sex torture for play, and to have sex with adults, there's probably a Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5-TR) code for that as well.

If we want Wyoming, the Equality State, to be the first to normalize sex with kids, let's put that vote on the table instead of the lies and wording all around it disguising what is really being presented as the norm.

God Bless Brave Americans and the books they use to train up children in the way that they should go.

Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.

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