Jerry Harris, best known for his appearance in the Netflix documentary film Cheer, is being accused of pedophilia and other sex crimes involving minors.
Having appeared at various digital campaign events promoting presidential hopeful Joe Biden, Harris is a particular subject of inquiry due to the impending election, which is a little more than a month away.
In a now deleted tweet, Harris bragged that he "had the opportunity to speak with @JoeBiden about some really important issues facing our country right now."
"Check out part of our conversation about voter apathy and why it is so important that we all register to vote," Harris added. "Together we have the power to make a real change!"
A resident of Illinois, Harris is accused of engaging in illegal sexual conduct with various underage children. He also allegedly sent explicit photos and other filth to minors, as well as petitioned them to meet up with him in order to engage in sexual activity.
When news of the search warrant on his property went public, Harris quickly deleted all references to Biden from his social media accounts, though all of these accounts are still active.
The raid of Harris' home comes just days after Netflix made headlines for streaming a film called Cuties that, like Cheer, features underage children in sexually provocative situations.
Both films center around sex with kids, in essence, though for some it takes a discerning eye to detect the true intent of these Netflix features.
Truth be told, Netflix has basically become a pedophilia network, which is interesting considering that Barack and Michelle Obama formed a partnership with the platform back in 2018.
Lovers of Obama should know that Netflix entered into "a multi-year agreement" with the Obamas that to this day is still in place. The Obamas were essentially given free rein to:
"... produce films and series for Netflix, potentially including scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, and features."
While it is unknown if the Obamas are behind Cheer and/or Cuties, we do know that the former president announced upon the partnership's establishment that "everyone has a story that is pretty sacred."
"We want to tell stories," Obama told the world. "This [Netflix deal] becomes a platform. We are interested in lifting people up and identifying people doing amazing work. We did this in the White House."
If "lifting people up" means focusing actual camera lenses on underage cheerleaders who are quite literally being lifted up by their teammates for "peeping Toms" who subscribe to Netflix to see under their skirts, then yes, Obama's goal has been accomplished.
As for Harris, it remains to be seen what becomes of him and his case following these developments. What law enforcement found in his home may lead to his arrest, and possibly the takedown of others who are connected to him, which potentially includes Biden.
"There are some serious institutional problems at Netflix, an understatement, considering there's now a track record of tolerance for purported child sexual abuse," writes Richard Moorhead for Big League Politics.
"It's probably time for Americans who oppose sexualizing children to cancel their subscriptions to the streaming platform," he adds. "It's also time for a comprehensive federal investigation into the company's legally questionable practices."
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